Lordstown Motors Corp.
as its next chief financial officer, effective Oct. 25.
Mr. Kroll would succeed Julio Rodriguez, who left the Ohio-based electric-vehicle maker in June. Mr. Rodriguez and Lordstown’s chief executive at the time,
stepped down after a board committee found that parts of the company’s disclosures about truck preorders were inaccurate.
Since then, Rebecca Roof had been serving as interim CFO. Ms. Roof would remain at the company through the end of the year to help with the transition, Lordstown said.
Since April, Mr. Kroll has been the chief administrative officer of Hyzon Motors Inc., a supplier of hydrogen-powered commercial vehicles. He previously worked as interim CFO at UPG enterprises, a family office, and at PSAV, a provider of event-technology services.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Kroll was an investment banker at J.P. Morgan.
became Lordstown’s CEO in August, replacing Mr. Burns.
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