Meredith Taps Jason Frierott as Vice President-CFO

Meredith Corp has tapped GE veteran Jason Frierott as its vice president and Chief Financial Officer. Frierott succeeds Joe Ceryanac. Ceryanec is set to retire at the end of March, while Frierott will take on his new role March 9.

Frierott will report to Meredith President-CEO Tom Harty.

As vice president-CFO, Frierott will be responsible for all of Meredith Corp.’s financial activities, such as accounting, financial planning, treasury, investor relations, internal audit and information technology.

Frierott’s role will also extend to strategic planning, business operations, mergers and acquisitions and debt-reduction strategies.

He brings 21 years of experience at GE, where he served as CFO for several of the company’s large business units for over a decade, including senior financial executive at GE Transportation, GE Power & Water and GE Energy. He also served in an executive role on GE’s Corporate Audit staff for eight years.

"Jason has a proven track record of senior financial management of multi-billion-dollar enterprises within the prestigious GE brand," stated Harty. "He has led large financial teams, and we look forward to Jason applying his experience and expertise to help us grow Meredith's market-leading competitive position."



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