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Charles Noski

Charles Noski
Born August 23, 1952 (1952-08-23) (age 63)
Eureka, California
Occupation CFO of Bank of America
Board member of Microsoft
Spouse(s) Lisa
Children 2

Charles H. Noski (born August 23, 1952 in Eureka, California[1]) retired from Bank of America, September 1, 2012 .[2]

Education

In 1973, Noski earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from California State University, Northridge. In 1995, he returned to earn his master's degree in accounting while continuing to work full-time at Hughes Electronics. The university awarded him an honorary doctorate in 2007.[2][3]

Career

In 1973, Noski began his career at accounting firm Haskins & Sells (now Deloitte & Touche) where he served for 17 years and was named partner in 1983. In 1990, he joined Hughes Electronics Corp. as corporate vice president and controller. In 1992, Hughes named him corporate senior vice president and chief financial officer, in 1996 he was elected vice chairman, and he later became the company’s president and chief operating officer.[2][3]

From 1999 to 2002, Noski was senior executive vice president and chief financial officer of AT&T Corporation. In February 2002 he was named vice chairman of the company's board of directors. From 2003 to 2005, Noski was at Northrop Grumman Corporation as corporate vice president and chief financial officer; he was a director at the company from 2002 to 2005.[2] [4]

Noski has been a director of Air Products & Chemicals (2005-2010), Automatic Data Processing (2008-2010), AT&T Corp. (2002), and Northrop Grumman (2002-2005).[2] He has served on the board of directors at Microsoft since 2003.[4]

Noski is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Financial Executives International. He is a past member of the FASB's Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board's Standing Advisory Group.[4]

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