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Condé Nast has added two new C-level executives to its leadership team after the appointment of Roger Lynch as CEO in April of this year. The company announced that Mike Goss, who was previously executive vice president and CFO of Sotheby’s, will be its new finance chief, and former Stitch Fix CMO, Deirdre Findlay, will assume the CMO role. Both Goss and Findlay will commence their positions in January 2020. Goss, who replaces David Geithner as CFO, previously spent 15 years at Bain Capital in various senior managerial capabilities, including chief financial officer and chief operating officer. He also served as CFO of global digital media firm Digitas and Playtex Products. Goss will be responsible for Condé Nast’s global financial operations, together with global business development and partnerships. Deirdre Findlay, a former Google senior director of global hardware marketing for Google Home, Chromecast and Wifi, became the chief marketing officer at personal styling service Stitch Fix in May 2018. She takes over the role from Pamela Drucker Mann who was promoted to global chief revenue officer and president of U.S. revenue at Condé Nast. Findlay, who was named to the Forbes CMO Next 2019 list of 50 Game-Changing Marketing Leaders, will will oversee all consumer marketing efforts for the company.