Haleh Fardi

Midwest Region | Regional Director / Principal

Haleh Fardi is an accomplished strategic CFO with more than 25 years of experience in both private and public companies. She has a track record of delivering desired results in the areas of finance, business development, operations and marketing. She has held roles as a CFO, COO and President of companies ranging in Size from $3 million to $150 million.

Haleh has successfully completed numerous mergers and acquisitions, business divestitures and debt financing exceeding $50 million in transactions. She is an expert in optimizing and leveraging corporate resources, identifying and utilizing revenue drivers and is especially skilled at cash flow optimization and management. Haleh has broad industry experience including Technology, Manufacturing, Retail, Marketing and Financial Services. She is an effective leader and developer of high-performing teams. She attributes her success to partnering with founders and owners and establishing lifelong relationships with colleagues.

Haleh and her daughters split their time between Chicago, Boston and Southern California. She is committed to volunteering at non-profit organizations and is an Executive Board member at CHILD International and a pro bono consultant at Taproot Foundation. Haleh is an art and music enthusiast and can be usually be found at museums and local music festivals.

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