Cargill Names Jamie Miller CFO

March 17, 2021
Miller will be a member of the company's executive team and will start at the beginning of the fiscal year, June 1.

Cargill announced it has named Jamie Miller as its Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Serving as a member of the company's executive team, she will start on June 1, at the start of the company's new fiscal year.

The company recently announced several other executive changes, as it looks to implement "strategic growth initiatives." 

Miller had been with GE and GE Capital, holding various leadership positions, since 2008. She succeeds David Dines, who has held the CFO role since December 1, 2018. He will retire from Cargill on September 2, 2021, after 29 years with the company.

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