Outdoorsy, the world’s largest peer-to-peer RV rental platform, announced today that Jillian Slyfield, AON’s digital practice leader and innovator in the on-demand economy, has been appointed to the company’s board, Arpan Nanavati has joined as chief technology officer, and Kristi Jackson has been appointed vice president of global finance.
Slyfield founded AON’s digital sharing economy insurance practice and helped it become one of the world’s most successful insurance practices for the burgeoning marketplace economy. Jillian led the development of Uber, Airbnb’s global insurance programs, and the development of AON’s global insurance practice focused on innovation in the on-demand economy. Jillian also serves on AON’s diversity and inclusion board.
“Arpan Nanavati joins the company as chief technology officer. Nanavati led Walmart Labs’ development of the company’s grocery delivery platform and previously held engineering leadership roles at PayPal and Zynga.
“Kristi Jackson has been appointed vice president of finance for the company. Jackson previously served as Outdoorsy’s senior director of finance and comes from a successful career at Deloitte and Touche, LLP, where she managed audits and M&A.
“This diverse addition of innovators is sure to bring positive change and incredible growth within Outdoorsy and beyond,” said Jeff Cavins, Outdoorsy’s co-founder and CEO. “We believe their strong experience will be extremely valuable as Outdoorsy continues to grow around the world.”
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