Chief Financial Officer
Doug Kikendall, formerly CFO at TheTVDB.com and Oak Harbor Capital, brings years of business and industry experience in fiscal management, financial reporting, internal controls, human resources, strategic planning, structuring legal entities, and mergers and acquisitions. His roles as Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Finance and Financial Reporting Manager have given him strong financial acumen and extensive experience in developing strong teams. He has a passion for developing sound financial infrastructures based on operational excellence, and in managing growth in both emerging and established companies.
As CFO of ProbablyMonsters, Kikendall is excited to work with a highly passionate team that focuses on culture first, building strong mentorship, while at the same time having fun and giving back to the community. Kikendall has primary day-to-day responsibility for planning, implementing, managing and controlling all financial-related activities of the company. This includes direct responsibility for accounting, finance, forecasting, strategic planning, treasury, legal, property management, deal analysis and negotiations, investor relationships and partnerships with compliance and private and institutional financing.
Kikendall previously held executive and senior financial leadership roles at CliftonLarsonAllen, Oak Harbor Capital, Funko LLC, TheTVDB.com, and Reischling Press Inc. Before that, he worked as public accountant performing audits within the financial services, retail, manufacturing, and other industries.
A graduate of Washington State University with a Masters in Accounting, Kikendall lives with his wife in Seattle, Washington. When not looking for ways to improve the financial strength of the business, Kikendall is passport-ready and loves traveling to ease his curiosity about new places, experiences, and cultures. Beyond catching flights, he enjoys discovering Seattle’s hidden gems through its culinary delights, wine country, and ever-expanding craft beer scene.
Game(s) that got me into gaming: Big Buck Hunter on arcade and Fable on console