Harley-Davidson has recruited Tralisa Maraj as chief financial officer of its LiveWire electric motorcycle operation, which is in the process of being hived off into a stand-alone business.
Having started her career with a 14-year stint at beancounting giant PWC, Maraj joins LiveWire with extensive experience in corporate leadership, governance, accounting and finance. She formerly served as CFO and corporate secretary for CGX Energy, after stepping up from a chief accounting officer role. Prior to that, Maraj was corporate controller at Remora Energy Management.
“It’s great to have Tralisa join the team at such an exciting point in LiveWire’s journey to becoming the first publicly-traded EV company in the US,” said Harley-Davidson supremo Jochen Zeitz, having forgotten that Tesla and many others have already achieved such status.