John Jensen brings nearly 2 decades experience to CFO role at flooring company.
Ecore International, which transforms reclaimed materials into flooring, has hired Josh Jensen as its chief financial officer.
“Josh is a broad based leader with a record of value creation in manufacturing, distribution and services across both the public and private sectors,” said Art Dodge, president and CEO of Ecore.
Jensen brings more than 18 years of experience to the performance surfaces company, including financial reporting and analysis, accounting, project management and strategic planning for organizations in the pharmaceutical, education, industrial, government and healthcare markets.
Prior to joining Ecore, Jensen served asCFO for PEI-Genesis where he was responsible for all financial, risk management, treasury and legal aspects of the operating and real estate entities of the enterprise and managed a global team.
He has also held financial and operational leadership positions with Avantor and VWR International.
Jensen earned his master’s degree in accounting from the University of Notre Dame and his bachelor’s degree in social science and finance from Benedictine University.
“His deep understanding of business strategy and impressive performance make him an asset. We look forward to his contributions and to working with him to continue growing Ecore’s business and success,” said Dodge.
In his new role, said the firm, Jensen will be responsible for all finance, accounting, business intelligence and information technology aspects of the company and will manage Ecore’s financial plans and organizational growth strategies.
Ecore, headquartered in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, said it empowers human performance with safe, quiet, and ergonomic flooring.
The company serves athletic and commercial flooring customers in more than 75 countries. The firm said it was “born ‘green’ and is committed to sustainable business practices.”