Outstanding Women in Finance Slideshow, Part III

Thirty finance executives who have made a difference this year.

Karen Matusinec
Treasurer & SVP
McDonald’s

Matusinec served as vice president of the fast-food retailer’s tax department before she was named treasurer last year. She now oversees the areas of tax and insurance in addition to treasury. Matusinec focuses on ensuring access to capital as McDonald’s and its operators make investments to upgrade the restaurants.

 

Lisa Martin
SVP, Global Procurement & Operations Finance
Pfizer

 

Annemarie Moore
Group Treasurer
Plan International

 

Jo-Ann Longworth
CFO & SVP
Resolute Forest Products

 

Maureen O’Connell
CFO, CAO & EVP
Scholastic Corp.

 

Linda G. Sullivan
CFO & SVP
Southern California Edison

Sherry Smith
CFO & EVP
SUPERVALU

Gina Wilson
CFO & EVP
TIAA-CREF

Since joining the retirement provider for academics in 2010, Wilson has worked to streamline the company’s financial systems, develop activity-based costing methods and support investment in new products. She also heads TIAA-CREF’s Asset Liability Committee and guided its work through the European debt crisis.

Katherine Gill-Charest
Controller & SVP
Viacom

After Viacom was spun off from CBS Corp. in 2006, Gill-Charest worked to strengthen the finance group. She’s currently establishing centers of excellence for the international payroll and statutory reporting areas, part of the media company’s finance transformation efforts.

Cathy Smith CFO and SVP, Strategy Walmart International

Smith heads finance and strategy for Walmart’s fastest-growing segment, encompassing more than 5,000 stores in 27 countries outside the U.S. Since her appointment in 2010, she has completed the Massmart acquisition in South Africa as well as some smaller acquisitions and implemented SAP in four countries.

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