Cellebrite names Dana Gerner its CFO
Cellebrite, a developer and provider of mobile forensics and mobile retail solutions, announced on May 7 that Dana Gerner has been appointed its chief financial officer. Gerner brings significant financial and operational expertise to the leadership team.
Gerner brings 20 years of experience in a wide range of financial and operational functions, including financial strategy, international operational and service networks, multinational financing, Initial Public Offerings and mergers & acquisitions.
She has been a successful financial leader in both private and public businesses, including those experiencing accelerated change. Her most recent experience has been with innovative solution and service oriented businesses with international revenue streams.
Gerner joins Cellebrite from Polymer Logistics, a leading global provider of packaging solutions for retailers, where she served as president, pool management director and CFO.
Before joining Polymer Logistics, she held CFO positions at Leiman Schlussel, and Mimsar Ltd. Earlier in her career, she managed audits at Ernst & Young and served as a section head in the Israel Defense Forces.
“I look forward to working with the executive team to help further strengthen Cellebrite’s solid financial foundation,” said Gerner. “I was drawn to Cellebrite’s industry leadership, domain expertise and highly attractive business models, and I look forward to leveraging my experience to help Cellebrite achieve its near- and long-term financial objectives.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Dana aboard. She has exceptional experience in guiding companies that are going through periods of intensified market demand. As Cellebrite continues to expand its operations and bring new solutions to market, we will leverage her knowledge to ensure that world class financial practices are developed and implemented,” said Yossi Carmil, corporate co-CEO.
She earned a master’s degree in innovation management from Swinburne University and a B.A. in accounting and economics from Tel-Aviv University.