Ms. Burke serves as Ener.co’s Chief Financial Officer. ln both in¬house and outsourced roles, she has provided accounting, finance, and operations services to over fifty companies during the past 17 years. As outsourced CFO, she took Interactive Solutions from the start¬up stage through a merger, acquisition, international software implementation, and IPO as part of Agency.com ¬ all in a period of three years. Ms. Burke has provided strategic financial and operations services to companies in the marketing and building services industries, including international architects, designers, software vendors, advertising agencies, and building engineers.
Ms. Burke holds a Master of Business Administration from the Simmons College Graduate School of Business Management. She has taught both Financial and Management Accounting at Northeastern University (University College) as an Adjunct Professor.
She can be reached directly at (212) 582-0784.
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