Former CFO - Lumara Health
Tom McHugh has over 25 years of experience representing both private and publicly held companies across multiple industries and complex situations in senior financial roles. He has driven organizational, financial and operational excellence by designing and executing high-yield strategies that enable organizational transformation, capability and profitability. Tom has been guided through his career by adherence to core values including integrity, honesty and candor and his belief in aligning people with process, developing and clearly communicating a plan and using the strength of the team to deliver results. He has helped companies achieve their objectives through leadership in:
Completed over $1 billion of debt and equity financing enabling them to execute commercialization, acquisition and market expansion strategies.
Significantly improved cash flow from operations through rigorous forecasting, controls and reporting.
Organizational Engineering to Drive Transformation
Created and built departments ultimately strengthening organizational momentum.
Fostered collaborative working relationships and open lines of communication with other functional areas.
Developed detailed strategic and organizational plans to achieve company objectives.
Led financial analysis, due diligence and integration activities for various acquisition and divestiture opportunities.
Financial and Organizational Management to Drive Profitability
Automated functions and processes to improve efficiency and reduce costs by 30%.
Internal and External Communication to Drive Market Recognition
Presented at industry conferences; presented financial performance on quarterly earnings calls; managed analyst relationships.
Tom earned his B.S. in Finance from Bentley University and his Masters in Accounting from Northeastern University. He began his career in public accounting at PWC in Boston, MA while also serving in the U.S. Army National Guard. His professional experience includes working in highly competitive industries with complex financial challenges including leasing, distribution, professional services and pharmaceuticals.