Workplace mental health platform Unmind has appointed Mong-Trang Sarrazin as its first chief financial officer.
Joining the London office, Sarrazin has 18 years of experience in the field of corporate finance, with a strong focus on growing young tech companies and high-value scaleup businesses.
Prior to her new role, she was the group CFO of Doctolib, a SaaS medical booking platform, for four years where she helped grow the business into a unicorn. Before that, she spent close to four years as the group CFO for Ullink/Itiviti, a global provider of multi-asset trading technology.
Sarrazin kickstarted her career as an auditor at Deloitte in both Paris and London, before taking her experience to the C-Suite level in 2012.
“I am thrilled to start my new journey in a fantastic mission-driven company: Unmind. After two challenging and successful experiences at Ullink/Itiviti and Doctolib, my passion for entrepreneurship and scaling businesses made me find my third golden nugget, Unmind,” said Sarrazin.
CEO and co-founder of Unmind Nick Taylor said: “I am thrilled to announce that Mong-Trang is joining us as our new CFO.
“We have been looking for an individual who shares our passion and values and who brings expertise in healthcare, technology and fast growth startups. And we have certainly found in Mong-Trang the perfect person.
“We believe in a world where mental health is universally understood, nurtured and celebrated and we couldn’t be more delighted that Mong-Trang has joined us to help turn our vision into a reality.”