Osprey Packs has announced the appointment of Layne Rigney as its new president. The announcement comes two months after the departure of Tom Barney, Osprey's longtime president. In addition, the Colorado-based outdoor pack and adventure-travel luggage company has named Jason Dunlap as vice president of finance and promoted Scott Pfotenhauer from a director to chairman of the board.
Rigney, who will join the company on Nov. 28, has most recently served as president of Camelbak. During his 11 years at Camelbak, he also worked as senior vice president of global sales, from 2011 to 2015, and vice president of global sales, from 2005 to 2011. Before joining Camelbak, he worked at Franklin Resource Group, PowerBar and RockShox. Rigney is also a board member of Outdoor Industry Association (OIA) and Camber Outdoors.
Dunlap most recently served as vice president of finance at Black Diamond Equipment, where he has spent nine years. Prior to that, he worked for Gregory Mountain Products, Montgomery Professional Services and Oracle.
Pfotenhauer joined Osprey's board of directors earlier this year. He has been with the company for two years, helping it refine its long-term strategic goals and scale the business to support customer demand. Prior to joining Osprey, Pfotenhauer held leadership positions at Intel and Morgan Stanley. As chairman of Osprey's board, he will focus on developing team members and driving strategic initiatives.