The Midas Companies added Amanda Raman to its senior executive team as the chief financial officer.
In her role, Raman will be responsible for fully aligning finance, accounting and operations to best support the company’s strategic initiatives. She will also support a variety of transformative business initiatives as the company continues to expand geographically and adds new end markets and services.
Headquartered in Capitol Heights, Maryland, The Midas Companies offers a comprehensive portfolio of rehabilitation services and products for critical water, wastewater and industrial pipe infrastructure throughout the Mid-Atlantic and southern region states.
Raman has more than 15 years of experience in finance, accounting, human resources and marketing within the construction, transportation and healthcare industries. She most recently served as the CFO for Shapiro & Duncan, a large mechanical contractor in the Mid-Atlantic region. Previous roles include financial management roles within Amtrak as well as Al Hayat Polyclinic.
“Amanda is an operationally oriented, results driven financial executive with significant accomplishments leading teams within the construction industry, and we are very happy to have her as part of the Midas team,” said Dan Cathell, Midas’ CEO. “Her blend of experience throughout many functional areas and markets will be paramount to creating value for Midas’ customers; furthermore, her proven track record of helping guide organizations through periods of growth and change will prove to be invaluable as we move forward. We’re confident she will provide a crucial voice as we strive to become the preferred provider of infrastructure solutions in the industry.”
Raman graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia and a Master of Business Administration in Financial Management from George Mason University. Additionally, she is both a board-certified Public Accountant and a Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional. Raman lives in the Washington D.C. metropolitan region with her husband and son.