Whitney has been one of the most visible female analysts on Wall Street, earning recognition from Fortune Magazine as one of the “50 Most Powerful Women” (2008 – 2013) and from Time Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World” (2009). She is revered for predicting Citibank’s need to raise capital in October 2007, a forecast which ultimately proved to be correct and was widely recognized as an opening event for the global financial crisis. Kindbody, a fertility and family-building provider and benefit solution, welcomes Whitney at an exciting time in its growth trajectory. Whitney most recently served as CFO of Zume, a SoftBank-backed technology company, where she built the accounting and financial reporting platform, spearheaded M&A, and was instrumental in the Company’s fundraising. Prior to Zume, she served as SVP at Arch Insurance Group, the world’s largest mortgage insurer. Whitney’s experience as a dynamic, data-driven, and highly quantitative CFO will enable Kindbody to accelerate its already rapid growth.