Stemilt announced Thursday, the hiring of a new Chief Financial Officer. Cristian Wulf joins the Wenatchee-based company after 32 years in various senior management roles at Accenture, a professional services company that specializes in management and strategy consulting, technology services, and outsourcing. Among his many roles with Accenture, Wulf was responsible for the CFO management & technology practice, lately focused on the West Coast. In addition, he also served as the CFO for Avanade, a venture between Microsoft and Accenture, helping the company from startup to global business launch.
Wulf replaces David Millheisler, who retired earlier this year.
“We are excited to welcome Cristian to the Stemilt team,” said West Mathison, Stemilt President. “His experience in leading global companies through organization and process improvements, along with his international accounting background, will help guide Stemilt as we continue to evolve our business of growing, packing and shipping World Famous Fruit.”
Wulf was born and raised in Argentina and earned his Accounting degree and CPA credentials from the Universidad de Buenos Aires. He has an MBA from the University of Washington with a concentration in finance and international accounting. His 32 years with Accenture were focused on driving the CFO Agenda and guided companies through organizational, process and technology transformations.
“This is an exciting new career chapter and challenge for me,” said Wulf. “Stemilt is known globally as an industry leader and is a company continually evolving with a new perspective on the industry. I look forward to being part of the leadership team and helping this family-owned business as it grows in the future.”
Wulf speaks three languages and authored the book CFO Insights: Enabling High Performance through Leading Practices for Finance ERP.
Outside of work, Wulf has been married to Ramalee Wulf for almost 30 years. They have three adult sons, and enjoy any time spent outdoors as a family, including hiking and skiing.
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