CarbonCure Welcomes New CFO
Kristal Kaye brings to CarbonCure Technologies more than two decades of financial management expertise across various sectors.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, February 9 — CarbonCure Technologies is proud to announce the appointment of Kristal Kaye as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Kaye joins CarbonCure with 25 years of finance expertise across a variety of industries, including mining, energy and retail pharmacy. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) who most recently served as CFO for Arctic Canadian Diamond Company.
“I am very excited to join CarbonCure and contribute to its mission, and I feel grateful to be part of such an incredible team,” Kaye said. “I’m inspired by CarbonCure’s success to date, deploying its decarbonization solution across the global concrete industry and helping to build a greener future for all.”
A category leader in low carbon concrete and carbon removal tech, CarbonCure reduces the production cost and carbon footprint of concrete. CarbonCure offers the global concrete industry an integrated and easy-to-adopt decarbonization platform, featuring a suite of CO2 mineralization hardware, software and services.
“I'm thrilled to welcome Kristal Kaye as our CFO. She brings a proven track record of driving sustainable growth, positive financial outcomes and operational discipline,” said CarbonCure CEO Robert Niven. “Kristal’s expertise in financial management and strategic planning will undoubtedly be assets to CarbonCure and our mission, helping us achieve our goals, operate with efficiency at scale and generate even more value for our customers.”
Kaye has an MBA from Laurentian University and a Bachelor of Applied Business Administration from Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT). She is based in Calgary, where she lives with her husband Ted and their two children. Connect with her on LinkedIn or get in touch here.
CarbonCure Technologies is a fast-growing carbon dioxide removal tech company deploying easy-to-adopt solutions that enable concrete producers to use captured CO₂ to produce reliable, lower carbon concrete mixes. With hundreds of systems operating across dozens of countries, more than six million truckloads of CarbonCure mixes have supplied thousands of sustainable construction projects worldwide amid surging demand for greener building materials. CarbonCure’s cutting-edge research and innovation have garnered global recognition and prestigious awards, most notably the Carbon XPRIZE Grand Prize and induction into the Cleantech 100 Hall of Fame. CarbonCure’s investors include Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Blue Earth Capital, BDC, Amazon, Taronga Ventures, 2150, Microsoft, Samsung Ventures, BH3 Growth Equity, Carbon Direct, GreenSoil Investments and Mitsubishi Corporation. Follow CarbonCure on LinkedIn.
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