Natalie Delemar has been a volunteer with ODTUG since 2008, holding various roles such as Hyperion SIG secretary, EPM/BI content chair, and ODTUG Kscope conference chair. She recently completed a four-year tenure as president of ODTUG.
Natalie is a management consultant with PWC, serving the office of CFO through Finance transformation and specializing in EPM solutions. She has been working in Essbase since 1999 and Planning since 2007. Prior to becoming a consultant in 2010, she was an Essbase developer for AT&T (formerly BellSouth) and has held roles as Hyperion administrator and Hyperion systems manager at various companies.
Thank you Natalie for your commitment to ODTUG these past 12 years. We are excited to have you continue on with ODTUG as Oracle Liaison, a pivotal role which will benefit from your wealth of knowledge and dedication. We appreciate all that you've done for us thus far, and we're so glad we don't have to say goodbye.
"On behalf of myself and the whole Board of Directors, we add our thanks to Natalie for her decade (and counting) of service to the ODTUG community," says Tim German. "Over this time she has worked to develop deep relationships with, and an understanding of, both our membership and our Oracle partners. I'm thrilled that we can continue to benefit from that experience after the conclusion of Natalie's term as president and director, and I'm grateful that she is willing to continue to serve our community in this new role."
"The ODTUG family has been an integral part of my life for the past 12 years and it was an honor serving on the Board of Directors for the last six year. I am beyond confident that the newly elected board will continue to move the organization forward and provide extraordinary education and networking opportunities for our members in my new subcommittee role as Oracle Liaison by strengthening the partnership between ODTUG and Oracle. Oracle has been a strong strategic partner by providing ODTUG with exceptional speakers and delivering insightful and meaningful content at our conferences and meetups. I look forward to helping ODTUG better leverage the partnership to the benefit of ODTUG members." - Natalie Delemar