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As Part of Its Next Stage of Scaling, Miro Appoints Justin Coulombe As Its Chief Financial Officer to Promote Profitable Growth

As Part of Its Next Stage of Scaling, Miro Appoints Justin Coulombe As Its Chief Financial Officer to Promote Profitable Growth

Miro, the online platform accelerating innovation through visual collaboration, today announced the appointment of Justin Coulombe as its first Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Coulombe brings more than 15 years of experience to Miro, having led strategic financial and planning operations in his previous roles at Momentive Global (previously SurveyMonkey), Box, Autodesk, and others. As a key member of Miro’s leadership team, Coulombe will report directly to Miro co-founder and CEO Andrey Khusid and join the company’s New York City hub.

“Over the past 10 years, the Miro team has done an incredible job of building and scaling our business, enabling us to effectively respond to the market and turn opportunity into success. One of the keys to our success is bringing in leaders with a strong vision and desire to help us help our customers build the next big thing with Miro,” said Khusid. “As we look to our future, I believe that Justin’s experience, energy, and passion for building strong teams and company culture will help us to further mature as an organization and continue driving profitable growth.”

Coulombe’s experience spans roles in technology investment banking and public accounting, to strategy and finance leadership roles in public software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies. Prior to joining Miro, Coulombe was CFO of Momentive Global, helping scale the company’s operations post-IPO. Prior to that, Coulombe spent four years at Box in various finance leadership roles as the company transitioned from a single to a multi-product business. Before Box, Coulombe held various leadership roles in corporate development and finance at Autodesk as the company navigated a business model transformation at a multi-billion dollar revenue scale. Coulombe earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder.

“Before joining Miro as an employee, I was a customer and learned firsthand how valuable the product can be for teams of all sizes. I simply loved it and it’s now become an important element in how I work every day,” said Coulombe. “It is rare to find a company with this mix of opportunity, product, team, and culture that’s also ready to meet the moment. I believe we are uniquely suited to build a generational platform – and an exceptional business. I look forward to building on the success of this talented team and working with them on what’s to come.”

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