Trulieve Cannabis Corp. has named Tim Mullany as chief financial officer, effective July 10.
Mullany has over 20 years' experience in accounting and finance, including prior chief financial officer roles at publicly traded companies such as Jack in the Box Inc. and RAVE Restaurant Group.
"Mr. Mullany brings extensive financial leadership experience to Trulieve, having served as chief financial officer in a diverse set of private and public companies across quick service restaurant, fitness and financial services industries," said Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve. "We are pleased to welcome Tim to our executive leadership team ahead of numerous growth catalysts. His prior experience and contributions to high growth service industries are well suited to help Trulieve execute on its strategic vision in the coming years."
"Trulieve has a proven track record as an industry leader and pioneer in U.S. cannabis," Mullany added. "I look forward to working with the team as Trulieve navigates the many exciting opportunities ahead."
The company has accepted the resignation of Alex D'Amico, the company's chief financial officer, and has appointed Ryan Blust, vice president, finance, as its interim chief financial officer, serving until Mullany assumes the role.
Blust has more than 18 years’ experience in accounting and finance. He joined Trulieve in September 2018, and has previously served as interim CFO for the company. Prior to joining Trulieve, Blust served as controller at Vector Solutions, a software company. Blust also served as CFO for Honeycomb Company of America, an aerospace manufacturer, and as assistant controller for Marinemax, a retail boat company. He began his career in public accounting in 2004, serving with both Cherry Bekaert as well as Bobbitt, Pittinger & Company.