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Advice and Information for Finance Professionals

Women in finance and operations are leading the way

Lynne Sampson
Managing Editor

At Oracle, we love to celebrate our customers’ success. Over the past few years, we’ve been fortunate to work with some of the most innovative companies in the world—many of whom have women leading their finance and operation teams. As the world celebrates International Women’s Day, we’d like to look back over the past year, at the women in finance and operations who have inspired us.

In alphabetical order:

Amrita Ahuja, CFO, Square with Oracle CEO Safra Catz


Lisa Blackwood-Kapral, Chief Accounting Officer, Lyft

 

Frances Chao, GVP, ERP and Business Systems, Providence St. Joseph Health

 

Sandra Clarke, CFO, Blue Shield of California

 

Ivgen Guner, SVP Global Business Finance, Oracle

 

Christine Hall, Associate Programme Director, NHS NEP

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Dr. Linda Livingstone, President, and Cheryl Gochis, CHRO, Baylor University

 

Stacey Lucchesi, Director, Enterprise Transformation Planning and Governance, Southern Company

 

Tina Mashiko, former VP of Finance, Western Digital (now CFO of Hardinge Inc.)

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Hazel Matthews, Strategic Service and Supply Chain Director, Argent Energy

 

Christine McMahon, President and CEO and Carol Khoury, Controller, The Fedcap Group

 

Vilma Ranoy, Corporate Controller, Informatica

 

Stacie Robbins, Senior Director of Financial Planning and Analysis, Blue Nile

 

Maria Smith, SVP and Corporate Controller, Oracle

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