Kelsey Cunningham Named “Outstanding CFO" by D CEO
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April 27, 2022
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(FORT WORTH, Texas)—D CEO Magazine has recognized Kelsey Cunningham, Chief Financial Officer at TimelyMD, as “Outstanding CFO: Midsize Private Company.”
Cunningham was honored as part of D CEO’s 2022 Financial Executive Awards, presented in partnership with the Association for Corporate Growth, Financial Executives International, and TXCPA Dallas. The program recognized the top corporate financial executives in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area across 18 different categories at an awards ceremony on April 26.
She and other honorees will be featured in D CEO’s May issue.
“It’s an honor to be recognized for this award, both by D CEO and TimelyMD,” Cunningham said. “It doesn’t take one person to achieve this; it takes a community of amazing individuals who have been such a strong, loving and encouraging support system to me over the years: my family, friends and colleagues. They are the real heroes, and I would not be here today without them. I also would like to thank TimelyMD for the opportunity to work for such a mission-driven company that is positively changing the landscape of healthcare – what we do each and every day truly makes a difference, and the passion of its employees is unparalleled.”
Cunningham joined TimelyMD, the leading virtual health and well-being solution in higher education and fastest-growing company in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, as Senior Vice President of Finance in 2020. She has been instrumental in leading the company during a significant growth stage — managing 30x annual recurring revenue growth since 2018 — and was quickly promoted to CFO and the company’s executive team in 2021.
“Kelsey is a rockstar CFO whose leadership has exemplified TimelyMD’s core values, including accountability, innovation and positive impact. Her ability to maintain a laser-like focus on our company’s strategic direction while making big decisions at a rapid pace and positively influencing our culture have been invaluable. She’s a tremendous asset to our team,” said Luke Hejl, CEO and co-founder of TimelyMD.
This is TimelyMD’s third award from America’s best regional business magazine in recent months. In November, D CEO honored TimelyMD for outstanding “Achievement in Innovation” at its 2021 Excellence in Healthcare Awards celebration. In January, the company was recognized for “Innovation in Healthcare” at The Innovation Awards 2022, a collaboration between D CEO and Dallas Innovates.
Prior to joining TimelyMD, Cunningham most recently served as CFO for Inspirus, an HR technology and employee recognition company within Sodexo. She has also served as the Vice President of Finance for Signify Health and began her career in audit at Ernst & Young. Cunningham earned a BBA in Finance and Accounting and a Master of Accounting degree from Texas Christian University and has been a CPA since 2011. She serves on the TCU Accounting Advisory Board and the Neeley School of Business Board of Advisors.
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TimelyMD is the leading virtual health and well-being solution for higher education. Its mission is to improve the well-being of college students by making virtual medical and mental health care accessible anytime, anywhere. TimelyMD’s virtual care platform, TimelyCare, includes a range of services, including mental health counseling, on-demand emotional support, medical care, psychiatric care, health coaching, basic needs assistance, faculty and staff guidance, and digital self-care content. Visit timelycare.com to learn how TimelyMD is inspiring the digital transformation of campus health and the future of student care.