Full Name
Shannon Nash
Title
Chief Financial Officer
Organization
Reputation
Speaker Bio
Shannon Nash scales company growth and positions for successful exits through financial and operations excellence, M&A, technology adoption, and governance. She is a qualified financial expert, attorney, and CPA with over 20 years of experience. Shannon is the Chief Accounting Officer of Reputation, a SaaS company and provider of the first — and only — complete Reputation Experience Management (RXM) platform. In this role, she manages Accounting, Finance, Revenue Operations, Real Estate, Payroll, and Procurement and oversees the company’s overall finance and accounting strategy, focusing on building out the strategic direction and the control structures across the organization, while optimizing processes to create a built to last organization. She was previously the CFO and also led a dual role as COO for a global space design company, Insidesource. She served on the Executive Management Team and as Board Treasurer. Her career has spanned the globe including time as an ex-pat in Switzerland and with major companies (Amgen, Cooley LLP, Cumulus Media). Shannon is an Independent Board Member and member of the Audit Committee at UserTesting, the premier SaaS platform for customer-center product, marketing, design, and research teams. She is also a Board Member and member of the Audit Committee at the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, the largest community foundation in the world with over $11B in assets under management. Shannon holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce and a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law. She was featured on Accounting Today’s 2020 list of the Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting and named one of 2020’s Most Powerful Women in Accounting by the AICPA and CPA Practice Advisor. She’s also an award-winning documentary film producer with her film, Colored My Mind, winning best short at the 2013 American Pavilion in Cannes.
Shannon Nash