Krauthamer & Associates Assists the Corporate Angel Network with CEO Search

March 7, 2024 – Krauthamer & Associates has assisted in the recruitment of Robert Stangarone as president and CEO of the Corporate Angel Network in White Plains, NY. “The decision to bring Robert on board was driven by the recognition of his impressive background, extensive expertise and proven success as a corporate leader, journalist and pilot,” said Jean Rosanvallon, chairman of the Corporate Angel Network. “I believe he is the ideal leader to steer CAN to even greater heights.” Mr. Stangarone has decades of experience as a corporate leader, journalist, and pilot. He has worked with dozens of chairmen and CEOs and held senior management roles at United Technologies’ Pratt & Whitney and Sikorsky units, Rolls-Royce, Litton, Fairchild Dornier, Cessna Aircraft and Embraer.

Mr. Stangarone is a former flight and aerobatics instructor and has his commercial pilots license with instrument and multi-engine ratings. He is type-rated in the Cessna Citation Series business jet. Mr. Stangarone has been widely published in aviation trade and general news media, including the Washington Post, International Herald Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Aviation Week & Space Technology Magazine, Smithsonian Air & Space Magazine and Air Transport World Magazine.

Mr. Stangarone serves on the board of directors of the National Aeronautic Association and its Collier trophy selection committee and is the chairman of the board of directors of the New England Air Museum. Since he took the role of chairman in 2020, the New England Air Museum has seen exponential growth and the introduction of innovative exhibits incorporating virtual reality and other advanced technologies. Mr. Stangarone has also held roles on numerous aerospace industry advisory boards and committees.

“Corporate Angel Network is a quintessential illustration of how the business aviation community contributes to our quality of life and helps save lives,” said Mr. Stangarone. “The program offers companies with corporate jets the ability to couple business activities with corporate social responsibility, while reducing cancer patients’ physical, emotional and financial stress as they go through the most difficult of times.”

The Corporate Angel Network is a non-profit that provides cancer patients with free transportation on corporate aircraft to specialized medical centers to undergo treatment. It has coordinated over 68,000 flights since it was founded in 1981.

Krauthamer & Associates serves a wide range of industries, including: aviation, consumer products, healthcare, industrial, natural resources, professional services, public sector and non-profit, real estate, technology, and transportation.

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Gary Krauthamer, who founded the firm in 1971, has completed more than 1,000 search assignments throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Over the last 30 years, he has worked extensively within and across the public and private sectors. His clients can be found in the aerospace industry, federal government, entrepreneurial organizations, middle-market entities, and large multinational Fortune 100 corporations.

Past Assignment

Krauthamer & Associates recently placed Raj Srinath as the new senior vice president and chief financial officer of the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, an independent state agency serving Duval County, has multi-modal responsibilities. The company designs and constructs bridges and highways and provides varied mass transit services. These include express and regular bus service, community shuttles for a neighborhood ride, a downtown Skyway monorail, the St. Johns River Ferry, the Gameday Xpress for various sporting events at TIAA Bank Field, Paratransit for the disabled and elderly, and Ride Request on-demand services.

Mr. Srinath is a top-performing management professional with abilities to optimize capital, reduce risk, and increase corporate profitability. He has nearly 30 years of financial management experience, most recently serving as the CFO at the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA). In this role, Mr. Srinath was responsible for MARTA’s strategic direction, operational and capital budgets, debt & investments programs, financial viability, and daily management of MARTA’s department of finance. In addition to the department of finance, he managed the federal and state grants programs, and the department of contracts, procurement & materials. He also advised the general manager and the board of directors on fiscal management matters.

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Contributed by Scott A. Scanlon, Editor-in-Chief; Dale M. Zupsansky, Executive Editor; Lily Fauver, Senior Editor – Hunt Scanlon Media

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