Arlene Weatherdon has resigned as Eaglewood Energy’s chief financial officer (CFO). She is relocating to Bogota, Colombia with her husband who has recently been transferred to the country.
Weatherdon has been with Eaglewood Energy, a junior Canadian oil and gas exploration company, since its inception in 2007 and has made a meaningful contribution to the company’s success. She has agreed to remain in a consulting role as long as her services are required. Diana Moes, Eaglewood’s controller, will become interim CFO, taking over many of Weatherdon’s duties.
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