Caryn Hubbard is Buffer’s VP of Finance

Apr 26, 2021 1 min readOpen
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Joel Gascoigne

CEO and co-founder @ Buffer

I'm happy to share that Caryn Hubbard was recently promoted to Buffer's VP of Finance. 🎉

Caryn has been on the Buffer team for over five years now and has made huge contributions in her time on the team, both as the leader of our Finance team and as a member of our Executive team. She was instrumental in our $3.3M buy back of VC investors, in helping us navigate the turbulence of the financial impact of the pandemic, as well as in launching Buffer's annual charitable donations. She has also piloted several projects that advanced Buffer's transparency around compensation, including multiple versions of our salary formula.

Beyond the Finance team, Caryn has overseen Buffer's legal and compliance focus through industry changes and Buffer's expansion. She continues to be a strong leader for the financial team and most recently has been working on our approach to liquidity and equity.

I'm so grateful for everything that Caryn does for Buffer and our team. Buffer's financial future is more secure, and we have a more sustainable business as a result of Caryn's hard work. She is a trusted and calming presence who is relied on to provide regular thoughtful updates on Buffer's finances to our team and investors. You can see the most recent report here.

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