Two New Female Committee Members at Dell
Janet Clark, 56, the EVP, Treasurer, & CFO of Marathon Oil, has been selected to serve on Dell’s Audit Committee. In the past, Clark has served as SVP & CFO for Nuevo Energy and as CFO & EVP of Corporate Development and Administration at Santa Fe Snyder.
Laura Conigliaro, 65, a former Partner at Goldman Sachs, has joined the Board's Finance Committee. At Goldman Sachs, she was codirector of the firm's Americas Equity Research unit and was on the Compensation Policy Committee. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Conigliaro served as a computer and design automation analyst at Prudential and as an intelligence analyst at the National Security Agency.
SVP of Medical Systems Company on Altera Board
Altera, a manufacturer of programmable logic devices, announced that Elisha Finney, 49, has become the newest member of the company's Board. Currently, Finney serves as the SVP & CFO of Varian Medical Systems. Prior to Varian Medical Systems, she held management positions at The Fox Group and Beatrice Foods. Finney also serves on the Board of Directors for Thoratec, a medical device company.
Banking Industry Veteran on Board of Coding Technology Company
Veritec has appointed Sandra Hartfield, 60, to its Board of Directors. Currently, she is the President & CEO of Hartfield Financial Services. Prior to this, Hartfield served as the CAO & CFO of Palm Desert National Bank and as the President & CEO of the company’s Electronic Banking Division.
Former HP Exec on Saba Board
Saba Software, a learning and talent management provider, announced the addition of Nora Denzel, 49, to its Board of Directors. Currently, she is the SVP of Marketing at Intuit, a company which provides cloud financial management software and services. Prior to her experience at Intuit, Denzel served as the SVP of Software at HP, SVP of Product Operations at Legato Systems, and held several engineering and marketing positions at IBM.
New Board Member at Network Engines
Patricia C. Sueltz has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors at NEI. She will also join the company’s Compensation Committee and Nominating Committee. Sueltz currently serves as an independent director for Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, UpStart Mobile, and Objectivity. She is also on the Board of Directors at the American Foundation for the Blind. In the past, Sueltz served as CEO of LogLogic, an enterprise-class log management infrastructure and analysis provider. She was also the CEO of SurfControl, an Internet filtering and blocking proxy.
Date range: August 30th - September 30th