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Hit the ground running

We interviewed Nadia Asoyan, VP of Finance at Trusted Health, to get her advice on how the first finance hire at an early-stage startup should approach the first 90 days on the job.

Nadia is a two-time startup veteran. She started her career at Ernst & Young and made the jump to the startup world when she joined Square in 2013. Three years and one IPO later she left the then-public Square to join Robinhood to lead finance and accounting at the then fresh-faced Series B company. Being the first finance hire is an amazing opportunity to gain strategic experience and build out a finance function from the ground up. Looking back at her own journey, Nadia says, “When I joined Robinhood a lot of processes were nonexistent. I needed to start building them from scratch. Everything from a payroll and reimbursement process to compliance and regulatory exposure.”
Thinking about all the moving pieces means expertly juggling conversation, process-thinking, and long-term planning.
Here’s Nadia’s 0–90 day framework for the first finance leader at an early-stage startup.

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Your First 90 Days for Startup Finance Leaders.

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Hit the ground running

We interviewed Nadia Asoyan, VP of Finance at Trusted Health, to get her advice on how the first finance hire at an early-stage startup should approach the first 90 days on the job.

Nadia is a two-time startup veteran. She started her career at Ernst & Young and made the jump to the startup world when she joined Square in 2013. Three years and one IPO later she left the then-public Square to join Robinhood to lead finance and accounting at the then fresh-faced Series B company. Being the first finance hire is an amazing opportunity to gain strategic experience and build out a finance function from the ground up. Looking back at her own journey, Nadia says, “When I joined Robinhood a lot of processes were nonexistent. I needed to start building them from scratch. Everything from a payroll and reimbursement process to compliance and regulatory exposure.”
Thinking about all the moving pieces means expertly juggling conversation, process-thinking, and long-term planning.
Here’s Nadia’s 0–90 day framework for the first finance leader at an early-stage startup.

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