Weyerhaeuser Appoints New Vice President, E-business
Press release from the issuing company
FEDERAL WAY, Wash.---June 13, 2001--Weyerhaeuser Company today announced that Heidi E. Biggs has been named vice president of the company's new e-business organization.
"For some time, we've been engaged in developing the company's e-business strategy, both through our involvement in ForestExpress and with other efforts within Weyerhaeuser,'' says Mack Hogans, senior vice president. "Heidi has played a key role from the beginning and we're very pleased that we can continue to rely on her knowledge and expertise to effectively lead this new organization.''
Biggs also will join the board of ForestExpress, the industry-backed, electronic marketplace formed last year by Weyerhaeuser, Georgia-Pacific and International Paper.
Biggs joined Weyerhaeuser in 1992 as a Government Affairs manager in Washington, D.C., working on public-policy issues for the company. She later joined the company's Strategic Planning organization where she was director. Before coming to Weyerhaeuser Biggs served as an assistant to two U.S. senators.
Biggs has a master's degree in business administration from Georgetown University and bachelor's degrees in English Literature and Economics from the University of Puget Sound.
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