Warren's promotion from vice president of finance to CFO reflects his accomplishments in successfully leading Trojan Battery's financial team and implementing innovative management strategies that have successfully guided the company's expansion and finance programs.
SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif., Dec. 1, 2011 - Trojan Battery Company, the world's
chief financial officer (CFO). Warren's promotion from vice president of
finance to CFO reflects his accomplishments in successfully leading Trojan
Battery's financial team and implementing innovative management strategies
that have successfully guided the company's expansion and finance programs.
"As CFO, John's responsibilities include financial management of the entire
Trojan Battery organization which includes Safe-Start, a wholly owned
subsidiary of Trojan Battery. John's finance expertise was instrumental in
helping Trojan successfully complete the acquisition of Safe-Start earlier
this year," said Jeff Elder, Trojan Battery president. "John has been a
leader in driving change throughout the Trojan organization. He has
developed an excellent finance team and significantly upgraded Trojan's
reporting and analytical capabilities. These programs have enhanced
Trojan's overall operations contributing to the company's continued
Prior to joining Trojan Battery in 2006, Warren served in a variety of
financial operations management positions with ConAgra Foods and Mattel Inc.
and was responsible for manufacturing and corporate finance, planning and
analysis. In these positions, he administered financial programs for
manufacturing facilities throughout the U.S. which included the development
and implementation of reporting and analytics programs in support of
corporate business improvement programs.
Warren received an MBA from the Boston University Graduate School of
Management with an emphasis in finance. He earned his bachelor's degree in
psychology from Framingham State College in Framingham, Mass.
About Trojan Battery Company
Trojan Battery Company is the world's leading manufacturer of deep-cycle
batteries and a longtime battery technology pioneer, having built the first
golf car battery in 1952. Trojan batteries provide power for a wide variety
of industrial, renewable energy, recreational and auxiliary power
applications. Founded in 1925, the company is ISO 9001:2008 certified with
operations in California and Georgia, and maintains two of the largest and
most extensive research and development centers in North America dedicated
to engineering new and advanced battery technology.
For more information on Trojan Battery Company, visit www.trojanbattery.com.