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Apr 26, 2018

Paciolan Announces Kimberly Boren as Chief Financial Officer

kimB.jpgPaciolan, a leading provider of ticketing, fundraising, marketing and analytics solutions, today announced that Kimberly Boren has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer. In her new role, Boren leads all finance and accounting teams, serving as the financial liaison with parent company Learfield along with other divisions within the organization. As CFO, Boren guides forecasting and budgeting for the company and oversees Paciolan’s legal team to manage contracts and compliance.


“We are excited to welcome Kim Boren to our team as Chief Financial Officer, where she will play a key role in the financial future of Paciolan,” said Kim Damron, President and CEO of Paciolan. “She has a deep breadth and history of executive financial leadership and will leverage that experience to help lead our team to continued success.”

Boren joins Paciolan from AutoWeb, where she held several roles with an increasing level of responsibility over her 10-year history with the company. She has served as the company’s Chief Financial Officer since April 2015. Under her leadership, AutoWeb generated record revenues in 2016, increasing 18 percent year-over-year. She was instrumental in completing the company’s acquisitions of Dealix and AutoWeb, bringing in important strategic assets, and completing the sale of AutoWeb’s specialty finance leads product in early 2017.


“I can’t imagine a more exciting time to join Paciolan and the Learfield family of companies,” said Boren. “Kim Damron and the team at Paciolan have a focus on driving revenue for clients and maintaining a commitment to excellence. Their culture of enthusiastic service with an emphasis on growth resonates with me and I’m thrilled to be part of the family.”


Boren has also held high-level financial management positions with Experian, Honeywell International, and Shepherd Packaging & Container. She is a University of California, Santa Barbara alumna and earned her MBA in Finance from the Marshall School of Business at University of Southern California.