Relizon Promotes Sarah Burton to Chief Financial Officer
Press release from the issuing company
Dayton, Ohio, Nov. 24, 2003 --- The Relizon Company, a leading business process solutions provider in document management, billing and relationship marketing, today announced that it has promoted Sarah L. Burton to the post of chief financial officer. Burton had been acting as Relizonís CFO since June 2003, when Timothy Schriner was promoted from CFO to president of Relizon's U.S. Business Communications Group.
In the role of company CFO, Burton is responsible for the corporationís finance, accounting, tax, and internal audit functions, as well as the treasury responsibilities, which include banking relations, cash management, investor relations, debt management, risk management, lease analysis, and real estate functions.
"When Relizon became an independent company in August 2000, Sarah became Relizonís first treasurer. She and her team played a key role in building and deploying that critical function for our new company," said Rodney Hedeen, Relizon's president and CEO. "Sarah has won the confidence of our investors, board of directors, and senior management team and displays keen insight into our business. I am pleased that we found the best choice for this important leadership position right here in our own company."
Burton joined Relizon after spending 12 years with the Ohio Casualty Insurance Company, progressing through a variety of leadership roles in finance and treasury management positions, most recently as corporate treasurer. Originally from Ft. Wayne, Ind., she received a B.S. degree in Finance with honors from Indiana University and an M.B.A. in Finance and Management from the University of Cincinnati.
Burton is a recent past president and current member of the board of directors of the Cincinnati Treasury Management Association and serves on the board of directors as treasurer of the Miami Valley-Dayton Chapter of Planned Parenthood.
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