The ability to analyze and interpret data has never been more integral to business success than it is in today’s business environment. On October 10, the Chaifetz School of Business Edward Jones Dean’s Breakfast Series will bring together those who perhaps utilize data analytics most in their profession - chief financial officers. Moderated by David Heimburger, vice president and chief financial officer of Saint Louis University, the panel will include CFOs from retail, public utilities and healthcare to discuss the importance of data analytics in their roles and the future of the accounting and finance professions.
Ken Hannah is the chief financial officer for Caleres, Inc., a $2.8 billion global, footwear company. In the role, Hannah oversees all aspects of the company’s domestic and international finance, accounting, treasury, tax, real estate, store operations, asset management and investor relations functions.
Marty Lyons is executive vice president and chief financial officer of Ameren Corporation as well as president of Ameren Services. In these capacities, Lyons is responsible for corporate strategy, investor relations, accounting and finance, information technology, risk management, supply chain, nuclear and project oversight, environmental services and a number of other shared business services.
Cheryl Matejka is the chief financial officer of Mercy East Communities, based in and around the St. Louis area. As Mercy East Communities CFO, Matejka has financial responsibility for the region’s six hospitals, 800+ clinic providers, and a variety of other joint venture relationships.
The event begins with a free networking breakfast starting at 7:30 a.m. in the Shanahan Atrium of Cook Hall. The presentation begins at 8:00 a.m. in the Anheuser Busch Auditorium.
Complimentary parking is available in the University's Laclede Garage (3642 Laclede Ave.) for non-SLU guests. Please keep the parking ticket received upon entry to the garage. An exit pass will be provided to you at the event's registration table.