SouthPeak Interactive Corporation has appointed Reba McDermott as chief financial officer. She has served as SouthPeak’s interim chief accounting officer since August 2009.
Previously, McDermott was the CFO of OuterNetManagement, a Texas-based data centre services company providing network security, software-as-a-service (SaaS), virtualisation, hosted business applications and private cloud architectures. Before that, she served as assistant plant controller and plant controller at the Canton, New York facility of Corning, a Fortune 500 specialty glass and ceramics manufacturer. Prior to joining Corning, McDermott was assistant controller and corporate controller for AspyrMedia, a Texas-based developer and distributor of video games. She has also served in various capacities, including cost accounting manager and revenue analyst, for Silicon Laboratories, a semiconductor manufacturer.
McDermott holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Virginia Commonwealth University, a bachelor’s degree in marketing management from the University of Arkansas and a MBA from the University of Texas.
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