Michelle Gill has been named SoFi’s chief financial officer.
She will replace interim CFO Steven Freiberg effective April 30. Meanwhile, Freiberg, who also serves as vice chairman of SoFi’s Board of Directors, will remain in that position.
"Michelle is also an exceptional leader who has a passion for building a great culture. I look forward to partnering with her as we continue to build the next great consumer financial services company,” CEO Anthony Noto said.
Gill holds a bachelor's degree from UCLA and a law degree from Cornell.
Prior to her appointment as chief financial officer, Gill was affiliated with TPG Sixth Street Partners. She also worked as a partner at Goldman Sachs & Co. for 14 years, her last position being co-lead of the company’s structured finance business.
Based in San Francisco, SoFi has funded $25 billion in loans for over 430,000 clients.