Less than two weeks after losing CFO Harry Hawks, K12 has named a replacement. James Rhyu will take up that post, and also serve as executive vice president starting in early June.
Rhyu joins the company from IAC's Match.com, where he has filled the roles of both CFO and chief administrative officer since 2011. Previous to that, he was a senior vice president at News Corp's Dow Jones & Company. He also served as corporate controller for both Sirius XM Radio and GrafTech International.
K12 quoted its Executive Chairman Nate Davis as saying of the company's new hire that, "I've worked with James in the past and I'm confident his financial and strategic contributions will be welcome and well utilized here."
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