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Flow Science Elects New Officer
Posted Tue June 26, 2012 @09:57AM
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News The Board of Directors of Flow Science, Inc. has announced the election of Joyce Lathrop as Treasurer.

Ms. Lathrop joined Flow Science in 2010 and has been Accounting Manager til now.


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Ms. Lathrop has an MBA from City University in Seattle, and a BS in Business Accounting from the University of Colorado. Prior to joining Flow Science, she owned and operated Accounting Concepts, which provided accounting services for numerous small businesses in and around Santa Fe. Before that, she was controller for the development company, Rancho Viejo de Santa Fe, Inc., from 2000 to 2005.

Joyce joins the senior management team that includes Thomas S. Jensen, President, Michael Barkhudarov, Vice President of Research & Development, John Ditter, Vice President of Software Engineering, David Souders, Vice President of Sales, Marketing & Customer Support, and Ron Harper, Vice President of Programming.

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