John Reiland has more than 29 years’ C-level experience, has served in 6 CFO roles and sits on a number of boards in the telecommunications, software and retail industries.
Reiland leverages his experience to lead initiatives in capital and debt financing, systems development, acquisitions and divestitures. He uses his analytical and motivational skills to collaborate with management to improve profits, resolve variances, refine forecasts and identify opportunities for improvement.
Since 2011, Reiland has served as CFO for the Kabbalah Centre International. From 2008 to 2011, he was CFO at SingerLewak, a Top 100 CPA firm. From 2000 to 2007, Reiland was engaged by Edelman Financial Group (formerly Sanders Morris Harris Group, Inc.). His company portfolio included StarVox Communications, a $40M telecommunications provider where he served as CFO during its Chapter 7 liquidation. He also acted as Independent Restructuring and Turnaround Advisor for Ronco Corporation; U.S. Dataworks Inc.; New England Pantry Inc., a $61M convenience store chain, and IQ Services Inc, a start-up company producing handheld wireless tablets for HVAC industry technicians. Before that, Reiland served as CFO and Director for NEON Systems Inc., where he led the IPO launch. Earlier in his career, he was CFO of Charter Communications and held similar roles at WorldCom International in Switzerland and was CFO for Houston International Teleport. He began his management career at Price Waterhouse.
Reiland earned a BBA in Accounting from the University of Houston and attended Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is a Member of the AICPA and a Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor. He currently serves as Chairman of the Audit Committee for Flotek Industries. Los Angeles Business Journal nominated him for CFO of the Year 2009. A CPA, he has significant turnaround and restructuring experience.