About David Geithner


A New York City, New York-based senior finance executive with fiscal oversight experience at major media brands with revenue exceeding $1 billion, David Geithner previously served as the CFO at ReactiveCore. He joined the healthcare technology company in July 2020 and has since been engaged in identifying strategic partnership opportunities and raising capital for Series A funding rounds. In July 2021, David Geithner join the live event company On Location as Executive Vice President of Strategy & Business Development. In addition to his leadership expertise, David Geithner has garnered a reputation throughout his career for developing high-performing teams and effective collaborative partnerships.

Mr. Geithner previously served five years as chief financial officer at Condé Nast, which produces leading print, digital, and video brands including Vogue, Vanity Fair, and The New Yorker. Responsible for the billion-dollar company’s financial performance and strategic planning, he implemented measures to increase its video revenue, acquired three brands as part of a comprehensive diversification strategy, and doubled consumer revenue by implementing an online paywall. David Geithner also cut costs by consolidating its real estate footprint and leading a major organizational restructuring.

David Geithner spent the majority of his career at Time, Inc., where he rose through the ranks of the worldwide mass media corporation from advertising revenue analyst to executive vice president. In the latter role, he helped grow digital revenue and triple ad revenue via a successful digital video initiative. Mr. Geithner also managed consumer product development and pricing strategy activities at Time brands including InStyle, Entertainment Weekly, and People. Moreover, he helped diversify revenue streams for Time’s Mexico-based subsidiary Grupo Expansión.

A former David Rockefeller Fellow, Mr. Geithner was nominated by Time for the prestigious one-year senior corporate executive program in 2010. He also acted as Time’s representative on the CFO Council for the Internet Advertising Board. He holds an MBA in finance and accounting from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and is an advisory board member for the Kellogg Finance Network.