Financial Executives International (FEI) is a non-profit association designed for financial officers of public and private companies worldwide. FEI enhances member professional development through peer networking, career planning services, conferences, publications and special reports, and research. Its members include Chief Financial Officers, Vice Presidents of Finance, Treasurers, and Controllers. FEI was formerly known as Financial Executives Institutes and changed its name in 2000. FEI was founded in 1931 and is based in Morristown, New Jersey.
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Financial Executives International Announces Election of 2012-2013 Board of Directors
Jul 12 12
Financial Executives International announced the election of a new slate of executive officers for the fiscal year, effective July 1, 2012. Marsha Hunt, CPA, vice president, corporate controller of Cummins Inc. will now serve as national Board Chair. Additional elected officers for the 2012-2013 year include: Taylor Hawes Sr., GM corporate finance and services for Microsoft Corporation, will serve as the national vice chair. David Nunes, Senior Vice President of Finance for Minor League Baseball, will continue his role on the company's Board in the capacity of treasurer. Robert Shultz, recently retired from his role as Vice President, Enterprise Services Strategy at the Hewlett-Packard Company, will continue to serve as secretary. Additionally, twelve professionals will serve as members of the Board of Directors: Jennifer Boese, William D. Parmelee, Mitch Danaher, Donald Robillard, Jeff Davis, Patrick Sheridan, Bruce M. Goldstein, Ann Svoboda, Ann Kaeserman, Gregory Ulferts, Michael McNamara and Dale Wallis.
Financial Executives International Announces Executive Appointments
Jul 7 11
Financial Executives International announced the election of a new slate of executive officers for the fiscal year, effective immediately. George Boyadjis, CPA executive director of CresaPartners, LLC, was elected to the position of FEI's national chair, after serving as national vice chair for the previous year. Boyadjis, who has been a member of FEI since 2006, also served a vice president at large from 2008-2010. Prior to his current position at CresaPartners, he was EVP, CFO, secretary and treasurer for American TeleCare Inc., and before that served as CFO, treasurer and corporate compliance officer for MedManagement, LLC. Additional elected officers for the 2011-2012 year include: Marsha L. Hunt, CPA, vice president, controller and principal accounting officer of Cummins Inc. will now serve as national vice chair. Hunt, an FEI member since 2000, has been a trustee of FERF for seven years (2004-2011), as well as a member of the FEI Hall of Fame Selection Committee, Strategic Planning Committee and the Committee on Corporate Reporting. Prior to joining Cummins in 2003, Marsha worked with Corning Incorporated for 7 years and served as its Assistant Controller. Taylor Hawes, Sr. CFO of intellectual property and licensing for Microsoft Corporation, will continue to serve as vice president at large. Before joining Microsoft Corporation, Hawes was the North America controller for U.K.-based Raleigh Bicycle Corporation. Harry W. Zike, CPA, CFO and Board member of GTE, Plc., will now serve as vice president at large. A member of FEI since 1989, Zike previously served as Chief Financial Officer of Energy Conversion Devices (ECD), and prior to that spent nearly two decades with Siemens, where he held a number of executive financial positions in both Europe and the USA. David Nunes, senior vice president of Finance for Minor League Baseball, joins the FEI Board in the role of treasurer. Prior to joining Minor League Baseball, Nunes was Vice President of Finance for Sun Life Stadium home of the Miami Dolphins. Nunes has been a member of FEI since 2000 and has served as Area vice president for the Southern Region and Chapter President for the Southern Florida Chapter. Robert Shultz, vice president, Enterprise Services Strategy at the Hewlett-Packard Company, will serve as secretary. A member of FEI since 2005, he served as chairman of FEI's Committee on Finance & Information Technology (CFIT) from 2008-11. Shultz joined HP in 1982 and prior to his current position, he served as vice president of Internal Audit, general manager of the Business Process Outsourcing organization, and vice president of Shared Services. Kim K. Gazzola, vice president for Finance and Administration at Cambridge College, will continue to serve as FERF chair for a second year. Gazzola, a member of FEI since 1989, was previously the president of the Boston chapter. Prior to her tenure at Cambridge College, she served in senior roles at Bridgewater State College, Wentworth Institute of Technology and Gaston & Snow.