AKRON—Goodyear is promoting Christina Zamarro to vice president of finance, and treasurer, succeeding the Peter Rapin, who is retiring but will remain with the company through September to help with the transition.
Zamarro joined Goodyear in 2007 from Ford Motor Co., and was named assistant treasurer, capital markets and risk management, in 2010, according to Goodyear. In that role, she was responsible for Goodyear's global capital markets, creditor relations, risk management and pension asset management.
In 2014, she was named vice president, investor relations, and added responsibility for Goodyear's financial planning and analysis function in 2018.
She will remain responsible for those functions in her new role, Goodyear said, and will report to Darren Wells, the tire maker's chief financial officer.
"Christina's deep knowledge of our business and industry, as well as deep treasury experience, make her uniquely qualified to lead Goodyear's treasury function," Wells said.
"We are grateful to Peter for his leadership and many achievements over the past five years and we wish him all the best."
Rapin, treasurer since 2015, steps down from that role May 1, but will remain with the company through his retirement on Oct. 1.