Former Geomagic CFO, Steve Carnevale will now serve as Chief Operating Officer for StepLeader, bringing more than 27 years of experience in financial management, business analysis, strategic planning and operational controls.

No stranger to life at a startup and venture-backed companies, Steve served as CFO for five years at Geomagic, a venture backed 3D software company, sold to 3D Systems in February 2013.  He rounds out his experience from other high-tech industries including software, semiconductors, consumer products and home networking.

StepLeader CEO Brian Handly states “I am thrilled with such a fantastic addition to our team.  In addition to Steve’s strong leadership capabilities, he brings a wealth of experience in technology, fundraising, mergers & acquisition, and making businesses run better, faster, smarter.”

Steve himself offers “I had the good fortune to first meet Brian years ago while he was growing another venture backed company.  I came away extremely impressed. I am now excited to join StepLeader and make an impact in the very fast growing and constantly evolving mobile app and ad sector.  StepLeader’s team and technology is well situated and respected.  I look forward to working with the team and our investors to further drive our success.”

Steve started his career in public accounting after graduating from Northeastern University with a BS in Business Administration and later earned his MBA from University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.

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