Jamie Cohen was most recently executive vice president of finance and accounting.
Ms. Cohen was most recently executive vice president of finance and accounting at the Golden, Colo.-based home-services company, a role she had held since its formation as a public company in January 2017. Before that, she held the same position at IAC/InterActive Corp.’s HomeAdvisor and played a crucial role in IAC’s acquisition of Angie’s List in 2017, combined with the HomeAdvisor homeowner-services brand to create ANGI HomeServices.
She succeeds Glenn H. Schiffman, who held dual roles as CFO of ANGI HomeServices and CFO of IAC. Mr. Schiffman will continue as CFO at IAC, a position he has held since April 2016.
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“Having partnered with Jamie over the last several years, I’ve seen firsthand the combination of her skill, energy, category expertise, and leadership,” Mr. Schiffman said in a statement.
In her new role, Ms. Cohen will oversee finance, accounting, business analytics and data, economics, real estate, and corporate development for ANGI HomeServices, a spokeswoman for IAC said.
ANGI Homeservices owns a portfolio of digital home service brands that include HomeAdvisor and Handy.
The company last month reported fourth-quarter earnings of $36.7 million on revenue of $279 million, compared with a loss of $58.2 million on revenue of $223.2 million in the same period of 2017.