Fort Worth-based higher education virtual health and well-being provider TimelyCare announced that veteran financial executive Cortney Johnson is joining the company as chief financial officer.
TimelyCare said that Johnson has a rich background in financial leadership and will play a pivotal role in guiding its financial planning, strategy, accounting, and reporting to propel the company’s exceptional growth.
“We are excited to welcome Cortney to our executive team at such a pivotal time in TimelyCare’s history,” Luke Hejl, TimelyCare co-founder and CEO, said in a statement. “She brings a wealth of experience and fresh perspective to move TimelyCare forward at this stage in our growth.”
Johnson, a certified public accountant, certified internal auditor, and certified fraud examiner, brings more than two decades of financial expertise to the company. TimelyCare said that her recent roles at Texas-based technology companies in chief financial officer positions underscore her ability to drive financial success and innovation.
“The mission and values of TimelyCare inspire me, and I look forward to leveraging my financial expertise to drive strategic planning and ensure fiscal resilience and continued innovation,” Johnson said in a statement.
Johnson has served on the Small Business Advisory Board Committee of the Financial Accounting Standards Board, which provides advice on FASB projects related to the operationality and the anticipated costs, complexities, and benefits of potential solutions, the company said.
Founded in 2017, TimelyCare serves more than 2 million students at more than 350 campuses nationwide. TimelyCare said it pioneered the first telehealth solution built exclusively for higher education, with a mission to improve the health and well-being of college students by making virtual medical and mental health care accessible anytime, anywhere.