Rubicon, a waste and recycling software provider based in Lexington, Kentucky, has announced it has hired Jevan Anderson as its new chief financial officer.
According to Rubicon, Anderson will oversee the company’s end-to-end financial operations, including developing the financial infrastructure, teams and processes to augment the company’s growth. He will also become a member of the company’s executive leadership team.
“Jevan is a valuable addition to our already established leadership team at Rubicon,” says Nate Morris, Rubicon’s founder and CEO. “He brings with him an impressive portfolio, proven financial leadership and M&A deal experience that will drive our continued growth both in the software and waste and recycling industries.”
Rubicon says it’s helping its customers and partners move away from the legacy landfill model and toward circular solutions that slow the accumulation of waste and its harmful byproducts.
“Rubicon is transforming one of the oldest industries in existence by digitizing one of the last unconnected markets,” Anderson says. “The waste created by businesses and private citizens accumulates with each passing day, and the entire Rubicon team is working hard to move our partners and customers towards more circular solutions. I am extremely excited to join Rubicon at this critical time and to help the company achieve its ultimate goal of ending waste.”
Anderson has 30 years of experience in corporate leadership, financial advisory, investment banking, corporate development and strategy consulting. He comes to Rubicon from Finjan Holdings, a cybersecurity company based in New York, where he served as chief financial officer and chief operating officer. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Lehigh University and an MBA from The Stern School of Business at New York University.