YOUR CAREER CAMPAIGN™ C-SUITE
For those executives who meet three criteria:
(1) Title is GC or a “C+” (i.e., CEO, CIO, CFO, CMO, etc.).
(2) On or qualified to serve on corporate boards.
(3) Significant philanthropic and/or nonprofit interests.
HQ Services Founder Kathy Graham has teamed up with corporate and nonprofit leader Eileen Kamerick to offer C-Suite executives in this rapidly changing world a proven approach on how to position their multi-dimensional careers—corporate, boards, and philanthropic— for greater personal and professional growth.
View the WHY YOUR CAREER CAMPAIGN C-SUITE VIDEO here, a conversation with Kathy and Eileen.
Bio information of note:
EILEEN KAMERICK, SEC Financial Expert and NACD Board Leadership Fellow
Corporate Director: Associated Banc-Corp (NYSE), Legg Mason Closed End Mutual Funds (NYSE), Westell Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ), and Dedicated Computing, Inc., a private company board that is a Mason Wells portfolio company.
Nonprofit Director: Eckerd Kids, Cristo Rey’s Tampa Bay High School and Chicago’s King High School, and Boys and Girls Club of Chicago; prior President of AMOCO Foundation, Heidrick & Struggles International Foundation, and Houlihan Lokey Foundation.
Eileen Kamerick is known as a strategic and collaborative executive who drives profitable growth and enhances shareholder value. She is a leader in finance and corporate governance and an adjunct professor at leading law schools. She holds an MBA, with honors, in Finance and International Business and a JD from The University of Chicago. Kamerick served as CFO for major global corporations including Leo Burnett, Heidrick & Struggles International, Houlihan Lokey, and BP Amoco Americas. She also chaired several of those corporations' foundations. She has spoken on corporate governance to numerous national organizations and law schools.
Kamerick serves as vice chairman of Eckerd Kids, a national child welfare charity, and is on the boards of Cristo Rey’s Tampa Bay High School and Christ the King High School in Chicago. She is profiled in The Board Game: How Smart Women Become Corporate Directors. She is a member of the Chicago Network, the Economic Club of Chicago, and the Chicago Finance Exchange.
Of Note: Since its launch in January 2009, the Your Career Campaign™ group of services has: