Joseph Hayek serves as executive vice president and chief financial (CFO) and operations (COO) officer. Most recently, Hayek served as vice president and CFO of Worthington Industries, where he oversaw the initiative to separate the Company's steel processing business and create two standalone, publicly traded companies: Worthington Enterprises and Worthington Steel. Hayek helped to position both companies to capitalize on differentiated growth and value creation strategies.
Hayek joined Worthington Industries in April 2014 as vice president of mergers & acquisitions and corporate development. In April 2017, he was named general manager of the Company’s oil and gas equipment business. He was named vice president and CFO in November 2018.
Prior to joining Worthington, Hayek was the president of PCM/Sarcom, a $600 million IT solutions provider and the largest subsidiary of PCM, Inc. He also served as PCM’s executive vice president of corporate development and investor relations from 2008 to 2012. Prior to PCM, Hayek spent 10 years in investment banking with Raymond James and Wachovia.
Hayek serves on the board of trustees of the Community Shelter Board, the board of Catholic Social Services and the board of advisors of the Fishel Company. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Miami University and MBA from Duke University, where he was named a Rollins Scholar.