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ServiceMaster's Goodspeed Recognized in 'Profiles in Diversity Journal'

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Linda Goodspeed, senior vice president and chief information officer at ServiceMaster, was named as an award recipient in the diversified outsourcing services industry.

| September 17, 2012

Cleveland-based Profiles in Diversity Journal, a bi-monthly magazine focusing on leadership diversity in all industries, has recognized ServiceMaster's Linda Goodspeed in its 11th annual “WomenWorthWatching Awards” competition.

Goodspeed, senior vice president and chief information officer at ServiceMaster, was named as an award recipient in the diversified outsourcing services industry. Goodspeed was named CIO in September 2011 and came to ServiceMaster from Nissan North America.

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