Daktronics, a supplier of large screen video displays, electronic scoreboards, LED text and graphics displays, and related control systems, has promoted Sheila Anderson to chief financial officer (CFO) and treasurer. Anderson joined the company as a senior accountant in 2002 and has served as corporate controller since 2006. She replaces Bill Retterath, who recently departed from the company.
As corporate controller, Anderson has supervised Daktronics’ accounting functions and been responsible for the company’s internal and external financial reporting. Her experience prior to Daktronics includes senior accountant at Dakota Minnesota and Eastern Railroad, and accounting and auditing functions at two public accounting firms.
Anderson holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Southwest Minnesota State University and is pursuing an MBA degree from the University of South Dakota.
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