INDIANAPOLIS (April 27, 2011) – Angie’s List announced today that Robert R. Millard has joined the privately held company as Chief Financial Officer.
Millard served as CFO at FinishMaster, Inc., an Indianapolis-based national distributor of automotive paints, coatings and paint-related accessories. The company was sold in January to Uni-Select, Inc., a $1.3 billion, publicly traded corporation. Prior to that role, Millard was CFO at Personnel Management, Inc., a publicly traded industrial staffing company, which was sold to Linsalata Capital Partners, a private equity firm.
“We couldn’t be happier to have Bob join the company,” said Angie’s List CEO Bill Oesterle. “His strong financial leadership will be instrumental as we continue to aggressively grow our business.”
Millard will assume his Angie’s List duties May 2.
“Angie’s List continues to set the standard for providing trustworthy consumer information and has proven that a subscription-based business model can succeed in today’s digital world,” Millard said. “I’m excited to join such a creative and focused group.”
In addition to his most recent positions, Millard, a Certified Public Accountant, has held leadership positions at Lacy Diversified Industries, Ltd. and Callahan Enterprises, Inc. He began his financial career with positions at Arthur Andersen & Co. and Ernst & Young LLP. He earned his undergraduate degree from DePauw University and his Masters of Business Administration from Indiana University.
Millard serves on the Board of Directors for the YMCA at the Athenaeum, and the Planned Giving Committee of the Greater Indianapolis YMCA Foundation.
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