RJE Business Interiors (RJE) is thrilled to announce Jennifer Burton as Chief Financial Officer. Joining the organization with over 20 years of progressive financial leadership experience, Jennifer’s skills span multiple industries including manufacturing, SaaS technology, and professional services.
Indianapolis president, Shelly Langona stated, “we are so incredibly excited to add Jennifer to the RJE team. She is a wealth of financial knowledge, and her skills blend so well within our team and culture. We look forward to our continued growth and success. Welcome to the team, Jen! We are so happy to have you.”
Outside of work, Jennifer is very dedicated to her family. She and her husband Jason have five children and four dogs. When she’s not taking the kids to and from activities (including travel soccer, competitive cheerleading, and tennis) you can find her enjoying time on the lake.
Rapid Fire Questions… Get to Know More About Jennifer
Describe yourself in three words.
Dependable, Kind, Authentic
You are a new addition to the crayon box. What color would you be and why?
I think I would be a purple crayon because I like purple but also because purple is a combination of red and blue representing the most success coming from working together as a team. Finance is a necessity of every business, but we (Finance) cannot do our jobs effectively if we are not an integral part of the wider business team. We need to understand not only financial processes and rules but also all business processes to add the most value to any organization. Just like purple cannot exist without both red and blue, Finance cannot exist without the rest of the business.
What emoji do you use the most?
Tears of joy emoji; I love to laugh.
Favorite outdoor activity?
Cats or Dogs?
Dogs, we have 4! (lol)
Spring or Fall?
Fall – football season and bonfires!
What is your favorite place you have traveled to?
Favorite downtown Indy spot?
Anywhere live music is playing
Favorite movie or TV show?
Any personal mantra or words to live by you follow?
“When you get up in the morning, the attitude you choose is the most critical thing you do.” – Lou Holtz