Alayna Oliver, Vice President of Finance

Alayna manages all aspects of accounting and finance at Centerline Solutions. Her guidance ensures Centerline’s financial stability while positioning it for future growth as the company continues to create new opportunities for clients. Throughout her career, Alayna has held various leadership positions in both construction and professional engineering service companies.

In her current role, Alayna is responsible for leading Centerline’s daily accounting operations and financial planning & analysis efforts. She also maintains a strong partnership with the operations team ensuring controls, process and profitability goals are met. 

Prior to joining the Centerline team, Alayna was the Regional Controller for juwi inc., a German-based utility scale solar company.  At juwi, Alayna led the integration of domestic and international business divisions to a new America’s reporting region and oversaw accounting operations.  Prior to her time at juwi, Alayna was the VP of Finance for RGS Energy, a residential and commercial solar installer.  There she created the financial and accounting function for a commercial operating division and led the implementation of a construction-based accounting software program.  She also partnered with operations teams to streamline planning and analysis functions.  And prior to juwi, Alayna held several positions with MWH Global, a wet infrastructure professional engineering services company.  There she was an integral team member in the creation of a shared services center and implemented a project review and forecast model which included the roll out and training of over eight hundred project managers.

Alayna gained her initial accounting background at Deloitte and Touche and earned a B.B.A. in accounting with honors from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. She is also a CPA in the state of Massachusetts.

Alayna keeps active in her spare time by enjoying the great outdoors in sunny Colorado. She also enjoys cooking and spending time at the ocean when she needs a change of scenery.