Myers Industries Announces CFO Transition Plan

Myers Industries Announces CFO Transition Plan

Sonal Robinson will continue in her role until July 1, 2022. Monica Vinay, vice president, investor relations and treasurer, has been named interim CFO.

Myers Industries, Inc. announced the upcoming departure of Sonal Robinson, executive vice president and CFO. Monica Vinay, vice president, investor relations and treasurer, has been named Interim CFO and will assume that role upon Robinson’s departure and until a formal search process to identify a permanent successor is complete.

To support a smooth transition, Myers says Robinson will continue in her role at Myers until July 1, 2022.

Robinson, who resigned to pursue other opportunities, joined the company in February 2021 and was appointed Chief Financial Officer effective March 15, 2021.

“On behalf of everyone at Myers Industries, I’d like to express my gratitude to Sonal for her outstanding leadership, consistent partnership, and financial stewardship. Sonal has played a central role during one of the most significant periods in the company’s history,” said Myers Industries’ President and Chief Executive Officer Mike McGaugh. “Her contributions have been a key factor in the important steps we’ve taken to transform the company. Monica Vinay is a well-respected and accomplished colleague, and she, along with our experienced finance leadership team, has my full confidence in leading the Finance function as a search for a permanent CFO is conducted.”

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