Motorola Solutions Elects ComED CEO to Board
Motorola Solutions elects Anne R. Pramaggiore, president and CEO of the largest electric utility in Illinois, Commonwealth Edison, to baord. Pramaggiore served as Commonwealth Edison 's COO previously, being with the Chicago-based company since 1998 in various executive roles including overseeing customer operations and regulatory and external affairs. Prior to that, she was an attorney with McDermott, Will & Emery for eight years.
DreamWorks Animation Names New Chairman
DreamWorks Animation’s Chairman Roger Enrico, 67, resigns. The company has named fellow Board member Mellody Hobson, 43, as the new Chairman of the Board. Mr. Enrico has served as Chairman of DreamWorks Animation since its inception as a public company in 2004. Mr. Enrico formerly served as Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, where he spent 31 years.
Ms. Hobson has served as the president of Ariel Investments, a Chicago-based investment management firm, since 2004. She also has served as president and a director of its sole managing member, Ariel Capital Management Holdings. She is also the president of Ariel Investment Trust, an open-end management investment company, and has served as a trustee and as chairman of the board of trustees. She previously served as SVP and director of marketing, and VP of marketing at Ariel Capital Management.
Convergys Names President, CEO and Board Member
Convergys appointed Andrea Ayers, 48, as president and CEO, and a member of the board of directors. Ms. Ayers joined Convergys in 1990 and has served in a variety of a leadership positions, most recently as president and COO. She also served as President, Customer Management, President, Relationship Technology Management, and President, Government and New Markets, for the company.
Global Interactive Marketing Provider Makes Board Changes
ExactTarget elected Julie Bradley, 43, as an independent director. Bradley is SVP, CFO and treasurer of TripAdvisor and has held executive financial leadership roles at high-growth technology companies including Art Technology Group (acquired by Oracle) and Akamai Technologies.
Former Apple and Venture Exec Joins Xtime’s Board
Heidi Roizen has joined the board of Xtime, maker of a cloud-based CRM platform for the automotive services industry. Roizen, who recently took the post of venture partner with Draper Fisher Jurvetson, will help the company with corporate development efforts. In 1996, Heidi joined Apple as VP of Worldwide Developer Relations. Heidi co-founded T/Maker Company (an early personal computer software company) in 1983, where she served as CEO from inception through its acquisition by Deluxe Corporation in 1994.
Google and Former Yahoo! Exec Joins Move’s Board
Move, online real estate and operator of the Move Network, named Jennifer Dulski to its Board. Dulski currently leads the product management team for shopping and product ads at Google. She joined Google in 2011 when it acquired Dealmap, a company Dulski co-founded and served as its CEO until its acquisition. Prior to Dealmap, Dulski served in multiple roles at Yahoo!. Her last position was Yahoo's group VP and general manager of local and commerce. Additionally, Dulski founded and ran Summerbridge Pittsburgh (part of the Breakthrough Collaborative), a non-profit organization that launches high potential, underserved middle school students on the path to college and inspires high school and college students to pursue careers in education.
Online Patient Registration Software Company Appoints CEO and Board Member
RegisterPatient named Jana Skewes, former CEO of Shared Health, a provider of Web-based patient information software, as president and CEO and member of its board. She collaborated with health systems, physicians, State Medicaid divisions, payers and employers to build one of the largest health information exchanges in the country. Prior to building Shared Health, Skewes was officer of a $5 billion health plan with P&L responsibility for all major product lines. Skewes has presented information on Capitol Hill and has testified before the National Governors Association on topics ranging from physician adoption of health IT, to information security, to interoperability. She also served on the statewide eHealth Council of Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen.
ApeniMED Names New Board Member
ApeniMED, a vendor of health care interoperability and workflow management services, named Barbara Stinnett, CEO and managing partner of the Timmaron Group, which advises CEOs, boards and investors, as new Director.
Date range: October 1st - October 28th