Sparta man named CFO of Kent Place private school

| 15 Feb 2012 | 08:57

SPARTA — Kevin Quinn of Sparta was named this month by Kent Place School in Summit as Chief Financial Officer. A member of the school’s administrative team, Quinn will be responsible for directing and controlling all phases of business and financial operations. A finance executive with a record of accomplishments across diverse business disciplines, Quinn most recently served as the vice president of finance, division controller at EdisonLearning, Inc., a leading international educational solutions provider, for the past six years. Prior to his work at EdisonLearning, Quinn was the senior vice president of finance and operations at the Pearson Education International Group in Upper Saddle River, NJ, where he was responsible for providing financial services management to the international division of the global publishing company. As vice-president/controller at The McGraw Hill Companies, he spent seven years providing divisional financial analysis and accounting functions for the school division business unit. Quinn is a certified public accountant. He earned his BBA in accounting at the University of Notre Dame. “Kevin’s breadth and depth of business, finance and education, knowledge and experience will be a true asset to Kent Place School’s financial and operations management,” said Head of School Sue Bosland. Kent Place School is an independent, nonsectarian, college-preparatory day school for young women.