Following the February appointment of President and CEO Larry Mondry, Stream has brought on two additional executives to help diversify its energy-centric business.
The Texas-based company announced Monday that Dan O’Malley, a consumer products and services veteran, is stepping into the roles of Executive Vice President and Chief Products and Services Officer, a new position within the company. O’Malley has held similar roles with Viamericas, an international payment services provider, and mobile payments platform Mozido Inc.
For a number of years, he served as Executive Vice President and President of the Americas and Emerging Markets for MoneyGram International, helping the financial services provider achieve multibillion-dollar revenue. Stream is looking to tap O’Malley’s expertise as it pursues a national growth plan, according to Mondry.
“Stream is an already successful company on the edge of significant expansion,” O’Malley said in a statement. “I’m looking forward to being part of the company’s strong executive team and applying my expertise to help Stream reach its growth goals.”
Earlier this month, Kelly Habbas joined the company as Chief Information Officer. Habbas hails from the energy industry, where he has held leadership roles across various U.S. and Canadian energy markets. He will oversee Stream’s IT strategy as the company expands its existing energy, mobile, protective and home services.
“With his impressive technology expertise specifically in various energy markets, Kelly is a fantastic addition to our team, and we’re fortunate to have him on our executive team,” said Mondry. “I know that Kelly will help advance our mission of propelling Stream to the next level of growth.”