DMC Names Marcum EVP Finance

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DALLAS-Dallas Market Center has promoted Cherie Marcum, its vice president of finance, to executive vice president of finance at Dallas Market Center. Marcum is responsible for overseeing the company's financial processes, audits and budgeting system.

"Cherie has been instrumental in streamlining accounting functions and the budget process throughout the past six years," said Cindy Morris, COO, Dallas Market Center. "We value her contributions and dedication and are thrilled to have her lead our finance team."

Marcum joined Dallas Market Center in 2007 as a controller and was promoted to vice president of finance in 2008. Marcum previously served as accounting manager then assistant corporate controller at Carreker Corporation, responsible for financial practices and procedures relative to accounting systems and reporting. She also coordinated external audits for the company.

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