Q&A with Schneider CFO Stephen Bruffett
“It’s funny, back when I was still in business school in 1989, I wrote two goals on a piece of paper: 1) become the CFO of a public company, and 2) retire by age 50."
“But then… two years into my retirement I was contacted about the opportunity at Schneider, and it really made me stop and think."
“There are constant challenges and changes; it’s complex and competitive. You either like that or you don’t. I happen to like both."
“I’m happy to report that was not the case with Schneider. We have a sincere culture, a strong team, a compelling brand and effective strong platform for continued growth – exactly what I expected.”
“I feel really fortunate to be a part of this organization. It’s great platform to work from – we’ve got a fantastic team of people and an extremely bright future.”
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