Cameron elects Eberhart to board of directors


Cameron has elected H. Paulett Eberhart to the company's board of directors. She is currently CEO of CDI Corp. (NYSE:CDI).

Eberhart joined CDI as president and CEO in January 2011. She came to CDI from HMS Ventures, a privately held real estate and consulting services firm where she served as chairman and CEO. Prior to that, she served as president and CEO of Invensys Process Systems, a $1.7 billion industrial automation firm.

Her resume also includes a 26-year career at Electronic Data Systems (EDS, now part of HP), where she held multiple senior-level financial and operational roles, including four presidencies. Most recently, she served as corporate senior vice president and EDS' president for the Americas, leading the company's largest operating unit.

With an extensive background in information technology, and engineering solutions and business services, Eberhart holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and accounting from Bowling Green State University in Ohio, and is a certified public accountant. Eberhart sits on the board of directors of CDI Corp. (CDI) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) in Sunnyvale, California; and Anadarko Petroleum Corp.

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