OAUG Elects 2013 Board of Directors

  OAUG Elects 2013 Board of Directors

Business Wire

ATLANTA -- October 24, 2012

The Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG), the world’s largest user
knowledgebase for Oracle Applications users, welcomes four new and three
reelected members to its 2013 board of directors.

The new board members are Danica Bartolf, power business group document
control director at CH2M Hill Corp.; Peter Gee, director of financial services
at Ryerson University; Donna Rosentrater, systems manager at The TJX
Companies; and Rob Tudor, director of business technologies at LifeWay
Christian Resources.

Danica Bartolf has more than 15 years of experience using Oracle’s Primavera
Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) for various types of contract
and construction management, program management and Engineering Procurement
Construction (EPC) projects. She was instrumental in forming the Oracle
Primavera Special Interest Group (OPSIG) and is currently the program and
education coordinator for the group.

Peter Gee served on the OAUG Board of Directors from 1997 to 2006. He
previously served several leadership roles as vice president, treasurer,
conference chair and Geo/SIG chair and has contributed articles and
participated in numerous conference presentations at various OAUG events. He
has 18 years of experience with Oracle E-Business Suite Financial Management.

An OAUG member since 1992, Donna Rosentrater has worked with Oracle products
for 22 years while working for several global New England-based companies. She
is the systems manager for New England’s largest global retail company where
she helps in the transformation of the purchasing system into an E-Procurement
platform in the Oracle E-Business Suite. Rosentrater has also served on the
OAUG Board of Directors from 2000 to 2007, in leadership roles such as vice
president and Geo/SIG Committee chair, and has participated in a number of
OAUG special interest groups.

At LifeWay, Rob Tudor is responsible for enterprise and applications services
that primarily use Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle’s PeopleSoft systems. He
has more than 26 years of experience with large system deployments and
providing support for medium-to-large sized enterprises in the financial and
publishing industries. He has served on the OAUG Customer Support Council for
more than a year.

OAUG board members reelected for 2013 are Mark Clark, senior partner of O2
Works; Joseph Imbimbo, Oracle Applications DBA, PPG Industries, Inc.; and
Alyssa Johnson, associate practice director at ROLTA. Board members completing
their elected terms in 2013 are John Bushell, JT&M Bushell; Patricia Dues,
City of Las Vegas; Melissa English, Alticor; Christine Hipp, Los Alamos
National Laboratory; Kaberi Nayak, MITRE Corporation; Tammy Norton,
independent; and Margaret Wright, Southern Company. OAUG members elect
representatives to the OAUG Board of Directors from a slate of current, active
members.

“The 2013 OAUG Board of Directors consists of highly experienced and dedicated
professionals committed to representing the interests of our membership and
guiding the development of relevant educational content and powerful
networking opportunities,” said Mark Clark, president of the OAUG.

For more information about the entire OAUG Board of Directors, visit the
website at oaug.org.

About Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG^®)

Founded in 1990, the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) is the world’s
largest user knowledgebase for Oracle Applications users.The organization
serves as an advocate to Oracle Corp. forcompanies worldwide and represents
users of more than 65 Oracle Applications products including Oracle Fusion
Applications, Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle’s Agile, Oracle Hyperion,
Oracle’s Primavera EPPM, Oracle Communications, Oracle's Customer Experience
including Oracle CRM On Demand and Oracle’s Siebel CRM, and others. The OAUG
provides its members with education, networking and support via a wide range
of activities and forums including conferences, publications, special interest
groups and online communities. For more information about the OAUG, visit the
website at oaug.org.

Contact:

For OAUG
Sarah Wroble, 678-781-7236
 
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