oversaw


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o·ver·saw

 (ō′vər-sô′)
v.
Past tense of oversee.
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Most recently, he managed the Strategic Alliance Partnership for HSBC Bank's portfolio, and oversaw the American Financial Realty Trust portfolio.
At CGNU, Thiele oversaw strategic development and e-commerce initiatives, and he was responsible for the recently announced divestiture of CGNU's operations in the United States.
Baca argues that since she oversaw the production and designed much of the work herself, she should oversee the restoration and supervise the at- risk youths involved.
Previous Experience: Most recently, she was chief marketing officer, where she oversaw all of Kraft's marketing, which resulted in $1.
Watts also oversaw production on the upcoming comedy Reno: 911, I Robot, Behind Enemy Lines, Shallow Hal, and others while Young also oversaw production on the first two films in the X-Men franchise, Fantastic Four, and the upcoming Live Free or Die Hard and Fantastic Four: Rise of The Silver Surfer.
Prior to joining Murray Hill Properties/TCN Worldwide, Goodman served as a principal at Douglas Elliman Commercial, where he negotiated more than $1 billion worth of transactions and oversaw the leasing and marketing for such clients as IBM, Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide, and the Taubman Company.
Tehranian comes from a vice president of production position at Live Entertainment, where she oversaw the development and production of several theatrical films.
As President of NBC News from June 2001 to September 2005, he oversaw the global operations of NBC Universal's top-ranked news division.
She was soon promoted to vice president, finance where she oversaw the day-to-day operations of the accounting department including commission processing, trust functions, payroll, general ledger, vendor payables, and compliance issues.
He is the senior editorial executive at TV Guide magazine and oversaw all editorial aspects of the historic re-launch of the publication from a digest-sized magazine to a full-size, full-color entertainment magazine in October, 2005.
Since 1992, Purdy was manager of Corporate Real Estate Administration for Unisource Worldwide, where she managed the negotiation of all real estate contracts and oversaw legal and business issues for 400 properties totaling more than 17 million square feet.
In addition to her Finance responsibilities, Karla oversaw all of the key "shared services" functions including Housing, Insurance/Risk Management, Information Technology and Human Resources.