Wolfe named Kimball International CFO

By Herald Staff


JASPER — Kimball International Inc. announced Monday the leadership changes in the company’s finance and corporate business practices functions effective Oct. 19.

Michelle Schroeder informed the company of her decision to step back from her role as chief financial officer for personal reasons but will remain a senior leader at Kimball International, with responsibilities in governance, SEC compliance and investor relations. Schroeder, who has been with Kimball International for 32 years, will join Mark Johnson, chief legal, governance officer and corporate secretary, in building the company’s recently-formed corporate business practices function.

Timothy "T.J." Wolfe was named to succeed Schroeder as chief financial officer. Wolfe is a proven finance leader with experience in global consumer branded organizations. He has more than two decades of experience, including expertise enacting large-scale organizational transformation, as well as managing integration and strategic planning activities. Most recently, Wolfe served as vice president, chief financial officer of the Great Britain Unit of Coca-Cola European Partners. His early career in public accounting and subsequent roles of increasing scope and responsibility have shown him to be a strategic and operational finance leader and business partner.


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