KLA Names Marie Myers To Board Of Directors


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 KLA Corporation announced the appointment of Marie Myers to its board of directors.

A multi-faceted strategic finance executive with a proven track record in driving innovation and global business development and spearheading transformational change, Myers brings a wealth of experience to the KLA board. She also currently serves on the board of directors of F5 Networks, Inc.

"We're excited to have Marie Myers join the KLA board," commented Edward W. (Ned) Barnholt, chairman of the board of KLA. "Marie's extensive experience in global financial leadership for a multinational technology company, and her expertise in advanced data analytics and artificial intelligence make her an ideal fit for KLA's Board as we execute our strategies for growth."

Myers was most recently the CFO of UiPath, a robotics process automation software company and prior to that she served as the global controller of Hewlett Packard (HP), where she was responsible for HP's financial statements and global financial operations. In her twenty-year career at HP and Compaq, Marie held various leadership positions in finance, including VP of finance strategy, sales, and Hp.com, as well as head of audit, and CFO of the personal systems group.

She has been widely recognized for her leadership expertise and contributions as a technology executive. Myers is also a passionate advocate in the community. She founded and is president emeritus of Anti-Gray Market Alliance and serves on the advisory board for the University of St. Thomas, Houston, the Girlstart Council for Houston and the U.S. advisory board for the University of Queensland North America.

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