Daryl Mintz is Sesame Workshop’s chief financial officer, ensuring that the Workshop’s resources are properly allocated to achieve the long-term strategic goals of the organization.
As CFO, Mr. Mintz oversees all of the Workshop's financial functions including financial planning, accounting, reporting, treasury, and cash management and is responsible for evaluating and monitoring the financial health of Sesame Workshop’s business activities in the United States and around the world. He also serves as the treasurer of the Joan Ganz Cooney Center for Educational Media and Research, a subsidiary of Sesame Workshop, and is a director of Sesame Workshop India Initiatives, the Workshop’s wholly owned subsidiary in India.
Mr. Mintz plays a leadership role in Sesame Workshop’s business development activities, evaluating new business opportunities and determining their alliance with Sesame Workshop’s strategic and financial objectives.
He is also responsible for ensuring that the Workshop’s financial assets are deployed to support current operations while being available to ensure the long-term sustainability of the organization.
From 2005 to 2010, Mr. Mintz served as the Workshop’s vice president, controller. He joined Sesame Workshop in 1999 as its AVP, assistant controller, overseeing the Workshop's accounting and reporting functions.
Prior to joining the Workshop, Mr. Mintz worked in the Accounting, Reporting, and Financial Planning departments for Asarco, Inc. He began his career in public accounting at Wiss & Company in Livingston, N.J. Mr. Mintz has a bachelor of science in accounting from Rutgers University. He lives in Morristown, New Jersey with his wife, Kim, and daughter, Lucy.