VC-backed Aceable Appoints One As CFO and Another As Finance VP

Austin-based Aceable, a provider of digital high-stakes education, has named Justin Kvasnicka as chief financial officer and Nancy Spencer as vice president of finance. Previously, Kvasnicka worked at RetailMeNot while Spencer worked at Google. Aceable is backed by Sageview Capital, Silverton Partners, Floodgate Fund, Next Coast Venture Partners,...

Austin-based Aceable, a provider of digital high-stakes education, has named Justin Kvasnicka as chief financial officer and Nancy Spencer as vice president of finance. Previously, Kvasnicka worked at RetailMeNot while Spencer worked at Google. Aceable is backed by Sageview Capital, Silverton Partners, Floodgate Fund, Next Coast Venture Partners, Wildcat Venture Partners, Nextgen Partners and the Capital Factory Fund.

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AUSTIN (PRWEB) APRIL 08, 2019

Aceable, the leader in digital high-stakes education, today announced the hiring of Justin Kvasnicka as Chief Financial Officer and Nancy Spencer as Vice President of Finance. Mr. Kvasnicka and Ms. Spencer, who are both proven financial leaders with accomplished backgrounds, will work together to oversee the company’s aggressive growth plan to further expand its driving and real estate products nationwide. In addition, the company is also exploring new industry verticals.

“We are fortunate to welcome Justin and Nancy, who both bring an impressive set of financial and leadership skills that will help propel growth and success at Aceable.” said Blake Garrett, CEO of Aceable. “As we continue to extend our footprint both regionally and nationally, there’s never been a more exciting time at the company.”

Prior to joining Aceable, Justin Kvasnicka spent over five years at RetailMeNot, Inc.—a leading coupon aggregator and savings destination that connects businesses with consumers—where he served as Vice President, Corporate & Business Development, as well as the CFO of the company’s Gift Card segment. He also worked at Capital Southwest Corporation, a private equity and venture capital firm, and at J.P. Morgan, where he was an Investment Banking Analyst. Kvasnicka earned his MBA from Cornell University’s SC Johnson College of Business and his BBA from Texas A&M University.

Nancy Spencer spent nearly three years at Google, serving as an Operational Controller and a Google Fiber Regional Finance Lead. Prior to her time there, she spent over 10 years at Ernst & Young, where she was a Senior Manager, Assurance Services. An experienced accounting and finance leader, Spencer has a demonstrated history of working in multiple industries with a focus in tech and real estate. She received both her BBA and MPA from the University of Texas at Austin’s Red McCombs School of Business.

About Aceable
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Aceable is a mobile education platform that offers accredited education anytime, anywhere. Replacing tired formats with dynamic content that’s easy-to-use across all platforms and devices, Aceable makes required education delightful and relevant. From its’ origins in driver’s ed—where it now has 70% of the Texas market—to the meteoric growth of real estate training, Aceable aims to empower tens of millions of people with the high-stakes education they need to accomplish their life goals and is consistently on city wide lists named one of the best places to work (Austin American Statesman and Austin Business Journal), Lastly, Aceable is proud to have received backing from great investors like Sageview Capital, Silverton Partners, Floodgate Fund, Next Coast Venture Partners, Wildcat Venture Partners, Nextgen Partners, and the Capital Factory Fund. For more information about Aceable, visit http://www.aceable.com.

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