CSC's Sheri Thureen Among Women Worth Watching in 2009

21 November 2008

CSC (NYSE: CSC) announced today that Sheri Thureen, vice president of CSC's North American Public Sector, Defense Division, was listed among the "Women Worth Watching in 2009" by Diversity Journal. Thureen was recognized for her initiative, achievements, purpose and drive, and for representing diversity within her spheres of influence.

Thureen joins 108 other leading business women from around the nation who were nominated by their colleagues, peers and mentors for the honor.

"To be successful in today's corporate world, I believe you must have integrity, respect for people, a desire to continue to advance your education and a commitment to teamwork," said Thureen. "You must set high standards for yourself and deliver what you promise. I also believe you need to find a strong mentor."

"This award reflects Sheri's technical knowledge, approach to teamwork and commitment to excellence," said James W. Sheaffer, president of CSC's North American Public Sector line of business. "She exemplifies the passion, responsiveness and innovation for which CSC is known, and we are honored to have her on our team. We are proud of her much-deserved acknowledgement and her continued dedication to helping American government agencies achieve excellence in executing their core missions."

With 21 years of information technology experience, Thureen has an extensive background in enterprise resource planning and business reengineering transformations, infrastructure upgrades and sales and marketing initiatives. She has worked on global projects spanning Europe, Asia and the U.S. Her educational background includes a bachelor's degree in computer science and psychology from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., and a master of business administration in international relations degree from the University of Delaware.

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