The June 25th dinner capped off a year of special programs hosted by the SEC Historical Society, including online 'fireside chats' and a series of special programs held at the SEC's regional offices in conjunction with the Association of SEC Alumni (ASECA); I enjoyed attending the program at the SEC's New York Regional Office in May. The SEC Historical Society, founded as a virtual museum and archive to preserve the SEC's history, is celebrating its own 10th anniversary this year.
FEI was among a number of professional associations and firms in attendance at the June 25th dinner honoring the SEC's 75th anniversary; leadership representing FEI's global headquarters, FEI’s Washington D.C. chapter, and FEI's Committee on Corporate Reporting are pictured here.
Photo: Courtesy of Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society
Pictured l-r in the photo are: Seated: Marie Hollein, president and CEO, FEI; Deborah Lansford, president, FEI Washington D.C. Chapter and CFO, Cort Business Services; Marsha Hunt, national vp at large, FEI, member of FEI’s Committee on Corporate Reporting (CCR), and vice president and controller, Cummins Inc.; Loretta Cangialosi, vice chairman, CCR and senior vice president and controller, Pfizer Inc. Standing: Lorraine Malonza, senior manager, Technical Accounting, FEI; Billie Rawot, member CCR and senior vice president and controller, Eaton Corp.; Christine DiFabio, vice president, Advocacy and Accounting Policy, FEI; Jamie Miller, member CCR and vice president, controller and chief accounting officer, General Electric Co.
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