- RE/MAX names a new board member.
- Kathleen Cunningham’s experience is mostly outside of real estate.
- Dave Liniger impressed by her background in finance and governance.
Kathleen Cunningham, who has more than 30 years of executive experience at a wide-range of enterprises, has joined the RE/MAX’s 12-member board of managers.
“Kathy’s depth of experience and extensive leadership skills, are the reasons we asked her to join our board,” said Dave Liniger, co-founder and chairman of Denver-based RE/MAX LLC.
“With her finance and governance knowledge, she has been a valued contributor at a number of organizations, guiding them through various stages of growth.”
Cunningham will serve as chair of the audit committee and as a member of the nominating/governance committee for the board.
Currently, she is a member of three corporate boards. Cunningham also has executive experience as CEO, Chief Operating Office and Chief Financial Officer in software, telecommunications and banking companies.
She also has a background in real estate, working as a financial a financial consultant and board member with Chileno Bay LLC, a resort development company in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Cunningham served as CFO with three Colorado software companies: NxTrend Technology Requisite Technology and Webroot Software.
She also has held and has also held executive positions at U S West (now Century Link) and Intrawest Financial Service (now Wells Fargo).
Cunningham earned an MBA in finance from the University of Denver and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Politics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She is a fellow and past president of the National Association of Corporate Directors, and completed the Harvard Business School’s Audit Committee Governance Program. She currently lives in the Denver area.
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