Holley Names New CFO

Holley Names New CFO

Jesse Weaver will succeed Stephen Trussell, who has served as the company’s interim CFO since Sept. 30, 2022.

Holley Inc., a leading platform serving performance automotive enthusiasts, has announced the appointment of Jesse Weaver as the company’s CFO. Weaver will succeed Stephen Trussell, who has served as the company’s interim CFO since Sept. 30, 2022. Trussell will continue as the company’s vice president of finance, a role he has held since 2009.

Weaver, who has nearly 20 years of experience in finance, strategy and data analytics, will serve as a member of the executive leadership team and report directly to President and CEO Tom Tomlinson. Most recently, Weaver served as senior vice president of finance at SmileDirectClub, a teledentistry company and direct-to-consumer provider of dental and orthodontics products. Prior to that role, he was vice president of financial planning and analysis at Dollar General. Before joining Dollar General, Weaver held multiple leadership positions in finance at Yum! Brands’ U.S. Pizza Hut division.

“We are very pleased to welcome Jesse as our CFO,” said Tomlinson. “He brings extensive global finance and accounting experiences across multiple industries, and he has a proven track record of driving results.”

“I am excited to join Holley at this exciting time in the company’s growth and development,” said Weaver. “I have gotten to know the entire management team and board, and I am impressed with the team’s dedication to consumer engagement, new product innovation, and the commitment to become the most compelling platform in the performance automotive aftermarket space. I see a tremendous amount of opportunity for future value creation at Holley and I look forward to unlocking this potential for our shareholders.”

Weaver holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Belmont University and a Master of Business Administration from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

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