Inogen (NSDQ:INGN) announced today that it appointed Mike Sergesketter as its interim chief financial officer.
Goleta, California–based Inogen said in a news release that Sergesketter — whose role as CFO was made effective today — most recently served as CFO of Kimball Electronics.
Sergesketter succeeds Alison Bauerlein, who will remain with the portable oxygen therapy device maker in a transitional finance role through the first quarter of 2022. The company has enlisted an executive search firm to help hunt for a permanent replacement.
“I am grateful for the time and collaboration I have had with Ali and want to thank her for her many contributions as a key member of the team that launched and grew Inogen,” Inogen President & CEO Nabil Shabshab said in the release. “I wish her well in her future endeavors.”
Sergesketter has over 40 years of finance experience in the manufacturing services industry, having led the transformation of the finance and reporting functions at Kimball Electronics from its spin-off in 2014 through June 2021.
“The changes we have made to our executive team support our continued strategic evolution and our goal of transforming Inogen into a more prominent player in respiratory care,” Shabshab said. “I’m confident Mike’s strong experience in finance, strategic manufacturing and M&A, as well as his global perspective, will be a tremendous asset as we continue to execute against our plans.