ATLANTA – October 15, 2018 - The Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG), an independent, global, member-led organization that maximizes users’ investment in Oracle and partner solutions, announces the election of three new and four reelected board members.
The OAUG’s new board members are Dianne DeNezza, executive director, Business Solutions, Financial Information Systems, at the University of Pittsburgh; Troy Haan, director of development, Office of Information Technology, at Boise State University; and Sharhonda Rush, controller, Jacksonville Transportation Authority.
DeNezza has more than 20 years of experience with Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS), primarily with financial, purchasing and human capital management (HCM) applications. In her role at the University of Pittsburgh, DeNezza is responsible for software implementations and upgrades, system assessments, process improvement, strategic management, customer support and training.
Haan is a strong advocate and thought leader in the higher education IT industry, paving the way for using technology to provide students with a better educational experience. Currently, Haan leads five highly innovative teams responsible for the development and maintenance of web and mobile applications, enterprise applications, business intelligence, reporting and data integration.
Rush is a technology savvy accounting professional with more than 20 years of experience leading process improvement initiatives, developing business solutions and managing accounting operations. Rush has worked with a number of Oracle Applications, including Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS), Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Discoverer, PeopleSoft and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE).
OAUG board members re-elected for 2019 are Andrew Farber, manager of financial systems, Consumer Reports; Kathleen Fauerbach, accounting manager, City of Las Vegas; Joseph Imbimbo, Oracle Applications database administrator (DBA), PPG Industries; and Donna Rosentrater, Oracle solutions architect, PAREXEL International Corporation.
Completing their elected terms in 2019 are Felecia Alston-Green, Dekalb County Government; Karen Brownfield, Infosemantics, Inc.; Tamicka Camp, Southern Company Services; Alyssa Johnson, Keste; Douglas Manning, Johns Hopkins University – Applied Physics Laboratory; Beth McLaughlin, Dunkin’ Brands Inc.; and Jason Watkins, Hillsborough County Aviation Authority.
“The 2019 OAUG Board of Directors has an impressive, collective resume of Oracle product and industry knowledge that will enable strong advocacy of the interests of Oracle customers,” said OAUG President Christine Hipp. “The future of the OAUG is in very capable hands, and our organization is poised for continued growth and success under their leadership.”
About the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG®)
Founded in 1990, the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) is an independent education, networking and advocacy forum for Oracle Applications users. The organization serves as a unified voice to Oracle for companies worldwide and represents users of Oracle Applications products, including on-premises (Oracle E-Business Suite and EPM/Hyperion) and cloud applications (ERP Cloud, CX Cloud, EPM/Hyperion Cloud, SCM Cloud), practical hybrid solutions and Big Data, BI and Analytics. The OAUG provides its members a wide range of activities and forums including conferences, online education, regional events, publications and special interest groups. For more information about the OAUG, visit the website at oaug.org.