John Snell joins TruStar Energy as CFO

Dec. 16, 2016
TruStar Energy announced it has hired John Snell as its chief financial officer.

TruStar Energy announced it has hired John Snell as its chief financial officer. Snell comes to TruStar Energy with over 15 years of accounting, operations, and finance experience in public, private, and multinational corporate settings, according to the company.

"John brings a well-rounded financial skill set that we're excited to utilize here at TruStar Energy," said Company President and CEO, Adam Comora. "The alternative fuel market segment is constantly changing – and John's understanding of Operations and Strategic Compliance will help to ensure that TruStar Energy remains on course going forward continuing to bring value added solutions to our customers transitioning to CNG."

Snell, a California State University graduate, spent the last 13 years with accounting firm Moss Adams, serving in various audit, consulting, accounting, operations and finance rolls. Most notably, he was named a partner in the firm in 2014. According to TruStar, Snell has more than 17 years of experience in corporate finance, strategy operations, financial planning, forensic accounting, internal audit and risk management.

“As the leader of the southwest region of Moss Adams Business Risk Services, Snell helped companies comply with SEC and GAAP reporting regulations, increase profit, and design corporate structure,” the company noted. “He has given speaking engagements for nationally recognized associations on various industry leading topics including PCAOB changing landscape, COSO framework 2012, and FATCA compliance. Additionally, over the past five years Snell has directed forensic investigations leading to sizable cost recoveries. He has operationally driven efficiencies in inventory costing, revenue recognition, and expense management.”

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