Brian B. Ruttencutter, CFO of the Cumming Group, Inc., was elected to the position of FEI's national chair for 2010-2011, after serving as vice chair for the past two years. George Boyadjis, executive director of CresaPartners, LLC, will now serve as national vice chair, and Marsha Hunt, vice president and corporate controller of Cummins Inc., will continue to serve as vice president at large.
Other members of the 2010-2011 Board of Directors announced in FEI's July 13 press release include Taylor Hawes, CFO of intellectual property and licensing for Microsoft - who will now serve as vice president at large on the FEI board,David B. Braden, assistant vice president and assistant treasurer with Cargill, Inc., who will serve as FEI Treasurer, and Katherine Anderson, CFO for the Seattle Opera, who will continue to serve as Secretary.
Also elected to the FEI Board of Directors was Kim K. Gazzola, vice president for finance and administration at Cambridge College, who was elected as Chair of FEI's research affiliate, the Financial Executives Research Foundation (FERF).
Marie N. Hollein, FEI President and CEO, noted, "We are privileged to have these accomplished business leaders as part of our organization and on behalf of FEI, I am pleased to extend a warm congratulations on their well-earned positions on our board. These senior-level executives have all demonstrated excellent leadership and their contributions to FEI's mission and our members are invaluable."
Visit FEI's website at http://www.financialexecutives.org/ and see what's new with FERF at http://www.ferf.org/ .
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