United American Healthcare (UAH) has named Anita Davis as chief financial officer (CFO). Davis replaces Stephen Harris, who has resigned as executive vice president and CFO to pursue other interests. Harris will continue to serve as a director of the company.
Davis brings more than 14 years of accounting and finance experience to her role at UAH. Most recently, she was the founder and managing member of full-service accounting firm Haynes, Maufus & Davis. Previously, she served as controller at Strather & Associates, a Detroit-based real estate development company. Earlier in her career, Davis held positions in accounting and finance, with a focus on SEC reporting, at a large public accounting firm and a Fortune 500 automotive supplier. Davis holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Michigan State University and is a certified public accountant (CPA).
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