Sinohe Terrero

Sinohe Terrero has over 12 years of corporate experience in accounting and internal control design. He manages financial planning and analysis as well as financial statement reporting. He has additional expertise in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reporting and compliance along with the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Mr. Terrero earned his Bachelor’s degree in Accounting in 2001 at Baruch College, The City University of New York. In 2003, he took a Vice President position with Piquant, LLC, a nationwide radio network enterprise. He was intimately involved in building up the firm’s accounting, human resources, and Internet technology capacities. Sinohe Terrero also handled all financial operations of the $18-million annual budget company. He designed a financial and management presentation that was utilized at roadshow meetings during a $12 million venture capital fundraising round. In 2005, Mr. Terrero joined Citigroup Inc. in New York as Vice President, acting in Controller/CFO capacity with many of the firm’s private and public corporate clients. He was involved in the preparation of financial statements and footnotes, MD&A;, and pro formas. Mr. Terrero also undertook financial tables required in Securities and Exchange Commission filings such as 10-K’s, 10-Q’s, proxies, and S-1’s. Working with clients such as private equity firms, consolidating entities, and multinational subsidiaries, Sinohe Terrero took into consideration technical accounting issues, including business combinations, convertible debt, warrants, and stock options. Since 2008, Sinohe Terrero has served as Vice President of Finance and Analytics with the e-commerce firm, Etsy, Inc. In this position, he leads various accounting, financial control, planning, and forecast functions, ensuring a consistent budget process across multiple geographically dispersed business units. Mr. Terrero has created advanced forecasting models, enhancing responsiveness to web-activity trends through a dashboard used by divisional and executive management. He has also performed analytic research at executive management request, involving international expansion initiatives, product launch productivity, and business-line profit and loss statements. Sinohe Terrero earned his MBA in Finance in 2011 at the Zicklin School of Business, which is a part of with The City University of New York’s Baruch College. He now serves as an Adjunct Professor at the same institution, teaching grad