Aptuit, a portfolio company of Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, has named Dr. Jonathan Goldman as CEO. Previously, Goldman worked at ICON, where he most recently served as executive vice president of global strategic and business development and a member of the senior leadership team. Aptuit is a pharmaceutical services company.
Drip Drop has named David Zezza, managing partner at Pacific Advantage Capital, as chairman of its board of directors. The firm has also added Stan Lech, president of PharmaMax, to its board. Based in San Francisco, Drip Drop is a provider of oral rehydration solutions.
Findly, a portfolio company of Symphony Technology Group, has hired Barak Ben-Gal as its chief financial officer. Ben-Gal began his new position in November. Previously, Ben-Gal worked at Sunrun, where he served as CFO. Based in San Francisco, Findly is a talent platform.
Intersystems, a portfolio company of the Pritzker Group, has appointed David Gau as its new CEO. Gau previously worked at Gates Corp, where he served as executive vice president of global commercial operations. Based in Omaha, Nebraska, Intersystems is a maker of specialized material handling equipment.
IZEA has named Lindsay Gardner to the company’s board of directors. Gardner is a senior adviser at Oaktree Capital Management. Based in Orlando, Florida, IZEA is a provider of social media sponsorship.
Linden Care, a provider of specialty pharmacy services to the pain management industry, has added Anthony D. Luna as executive vice president of sales. Luna previously was at Allion Healthcare, where he served most recently as an officer of Allion Healthcare and the president of MOMs Pharmacy. Linden Care is a portfolio company of BelHealth Investment Partners.
Prescient has named Terry Dunn and Susan Anthony to its board of directors. Dunn is the president and CEO of JE Dunn Construction while Anthony has worked at The Pillsbury Company, Häagen Dazs, Duracell and Gillette. Based in Denver, Prescient is a provider of software design and structural system solutions. It is backed by Kanusul Investments Pte. Ltd, a private equity fund in Singapore.
Rimrock Midstream, which is backed by Energy Capital Partners, has named Randy Bruce executive vice president of operations. Bruce, who will be responsible for engineering, construction and terminal/pipeline operations, most recently directed the operations of the 500-mile Seaway pipeline.
Springleaf Holdings, which is backed by Fortress Investment Group, has named Ronald Lott to its board of directors. An NFL Hall of Famer who once played for the San Francisco 49ers, Lott is the co-founder of HRJ Capital. Based in Evansville, Indiana, Springleaf is a subprime consumer lender.