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    Bill Blausey

    SVP and CIO
    Eaton Corporation

    Americas Chapter Member
    Bill Blausey is vice president and chief information officer of Eaton Corporation, a global $14 billion diversified industrial manufacturer. Mr. Blausey assumed his current position in January 2006 after serving as vice president, Information Technology for Eaton’s Fluid Power Group beginning in 2001. Prior to Eaton, he worked at Aeroquip-Vickers, first as a programmer and then holding positions of increasing responsibility in financial applications and manufacturing systems including directing ecommerce initiatives for Aeroquip-Vickers. The company was acquired by Eaton Corporation in 1999. Mr. Blausey earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Bowling Green State University in Ohio.

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    Max Braun

    Vice President
    Swarovski

    European Chapter Member
    After graduating with a degree in economic and business science at Innsbruck University, Max Braun joined Swarovski (Wattens, Austria) in 1984, as an SAP Consultant and IT Project Manager. Over the next few years, the company consolidated several independent IT units into a single global Corporate IT organization. In the course of this process, Max held the lead position for various business application areas within Corporate IT, continuing to focus on SAP. From 2006 until 2011, he managed a new unit called ‘IT Business Application Services’. This unit supported all IT business solutions for Swarovski on a global basis. In 2011, Max was appointed as CIO for the company and continues in this role today.

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    William Braun

    CIO
    Chevron Upstream & Gas

    Americas Chapter Member
    William Braun is the CIO for Chevron’s global exploration and production business. In this role, he is responsible for ensuring IT delivers business performance and growth. Braun oversees a global IT organization including IT strategy development, solution delivery and IT operations in 23 countries.

    Prior to his current role, Mr. Braun was a general manager in Chevron’s Information Technology Company in San Ramon, California where he was responsible for IT strategy and business planning, organizational design and performance management. In addition, he led critical planning and management processes to ensure high-value returns for Chevron’s investment in IT. He was also a regional IT manager in Chevron’s Upstream organization in Houston. There, he supported IT managers in six Upstream business units, as well as providing leadership on key initiatives in Upstream and Chevron’s IT function. Previously, Mr. Braun held the position of CIO - global supply & trading.

    He joined Texaco in 1991 as an IT coordinator and transferred to Caltex in 1998. Since then, he has held numerous technical, business and management positions of increasing responsibility in Singapore and the United States.

    Mr. Braun received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Saint Thomas, Houston Texas.

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    Edward G. Happ

    Global CIO
    International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

    European Chapter Member

    Edward G. Happ is the Global CIO of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, based in Geneva, Switzerland, and Chairman of NetHope, a U.S. based consortium of 41 leading international relief, development and conservation nonprofits focused on information and communications technology (ICT) and collaboration. He is the former Chief Information Officer at Save the Children in Westport, CT.  During his first year at Save the Children, in March 2001, he presented a paper to Cisco on “Wiring the Virtual Village,” which became the basis for NetHope.

    Before joining Save the Children, he was a senior partner and founder of HP Management Decisions Ltd. (www.hpmd.com),  a management consultancy, and has held a variety of corporate management positions, to the Senior Vice President and General Manager level, with Wall Street data providers, service and software product companies. His 35 years of professional experience include all facets of managing information services and high technology businesses, including general management with P&L responsibility, operations, product management, sales, marketing, customer service, human resources management, technical consulting, manufacturing, and both software and hardware development. 

    In 2007, the editors of eWEEK, CIO Insight and Baseline selected Mr. Happ as one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in IT and one of the Top 100 CIOs. In 2008, the Center for Digital Strategies at the Tuck Business School at Dartmouth appointed Mr. Happ as Executive Fellow and first CIO in residence for the spring term. In 2010, the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) honored Mr. Happ with a Lifetime Achievement Award for technology leadership in the nonprofit community. In 2011, he was selected to be a Fellow and Practitioner in Residence at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center, where he began work on a book on collaboration. In 2012, Mr. Happ was invited to be a Technical Advisor for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Since 2008, Mr. Happ has volunteered as a software design and grants judge in the Microsoft Imagine Cup, the world’s largest student software competition.

    He is a recognized thought leader in the NGO sector and the author of numerous articles,  blogs, presentations and publications, including the chapter on the future of IT in the NTEN book Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission.

    He began his career as an Assistant VP, Equity Research at the First Boston Corporation.  Mr. Happ is a graduate of Drew University where he also did graduate work.  He is also the founder and editor of The Fairfield Review, Connecticut’s first on-line literary magazine.  Further information on Mr. Happ may be found on his web page.

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    T.J. Graven

    VP & CIO
    Brown-Forman Corporation

    Americas Chapter Member
    Timothy Graven (T.J.) is the Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Brown-Forman Corporation in Louisville, Kentucky. In this position, he is responsible for providing technology vision and advocacy, leadership of the company’s global IT efforts, and defining priorities for fundamental organizational transformation. Brown-Forman, founded in 1870, is a producer and marketer of fine quality adult beverages, including Jack Daniel’s, Southern Comfort, Canadian Mist, Finlandia Vodkas, Herradura and el Jimador Tequilas, Chambord Liqueur and Chambord Vodka, Woodford Reserve, Sonoma-Cutrer, and Korbel California Champagnes. Brown-Forman is among the top 10 largest spirits companies in the world and sells its brands in more than 135 countries across the globe. Prior to this position, Graven served as Vice President, Director of Investor Relations for Brown-Forman. Graven joined Brown-Forman in 1998 as a Finance Team Lead. In 1999 he was appointed to Manager, Planning & Analysis, and was subsequently named Controller for the Wine Group. He has also served as the Director of Enterprise Systems with the Information Technology Team. Prior to joining Brown-Forman, Graven was a consultant for SAP America, Inc. where he worked with Fortune 500 clients to apply technology to improve business processes. Graven earned a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Indiana University and an MBA with high distinction from the University of Notre Dame.
     

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    Mike Hayashi

    EVP, Architecture, Development & Engineering
    Time Warner Cable

    Americas Chapter Member
    Mike Hayashi was appointed Executive Vice President, Architecture, Development and Engineering for Time Warner Cable in March, 2008.  Since joining Time Warner Cable in 1992, Mike has been the creative engineering force behind most of Time Warner Cable’s technological endeavors.  His contributions include involvement in digital television, Video on Demand, HD and DVRs.  He is currently responsible for all engineering development activities within Time Warner Cable.

    Mike joined Time Warner Cable in 1992 as Vice President International Development where he guided external technology partners in advanced technology product development as part of the then newly-formed Time Warner Entertainment unit.

    Prior to joining Time Warner Cable Mike held various positions at Scientific-Atlanta in Georgia including Vice President Video Product Line and Marketing Director Interdiction and International markets.  There he developed requirements for the first integrated electronic program guide and achieved the #1 market share slot in the UK and the #3 slot in Japan.  Mike started his career at Pioneer Communications of America as staff engineer for  Warner Cable’s Qube project.  Mike graduated from St Joseph College in Yokohama, Japan in 1974, earned a BS in Engineering from Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California in 1978 and an MBA from Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio in 1986.

    Mike is a member of CableLabs “OpenCable” initiative and Chairman of the “OpenCable” Certification Board.

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    Dr. Martin Hofmann

    Group CIO
    Volkswagen AG

    European Chapter Member

    Martin Hofmann has been the Group CIO and Organizational Development of Volkswagen AG since December 2011. He has held various other positions at Volkswagen AG, including Head of Organizational Development until November 2007, and Head of Group Procurement Process and Information Management until 2001. Prior to joining Volkswagen AG, Martin served at Executive Director Digital Supply Chain at EDS in Plano, TX, USA from 1995-2001. He holds a PhD in engineering from ETH Zürich, and has a degree in business informatics and business administration from the University of Mannheim.

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    Khushnud Irani

    SVP & CIO
    Holcim

    European Chapter Member
    Khushnud  Irani  is  Senior  VP  and CIO at Holcim. In his new role, he has recently introduced  the modern cloud based delivery model for a single communication and collaboration platform across the Holcim Group. Embracing this model brings a fundamental shift in the way IT services are delivered at  Holcim, reducing the technical complexities of internal operations and instead  allows  IT  personnel  to  focus  on closer involvement with their business counterparts in creating deeper business value. Prior to joining Holcim, Mr. Irani was EVP and CIO at Qualiflyer Loyalty Ltd—a Group company of SWISS International Airlines responsible for managing the  Frequent Flyer Customer Loyalty program for 3.4 mln members worldwide.

    Apart from IT, Mr. Irani led the various operational shared services areas which included  member  servicing  and  back-office  operations.  He  led a major outsouring initiative which saved  the company 40%  y-o-y and improved customer satisfaction & operational efficiencies.

    Mr. Irani holds  an  Executive  MBA degree from IMD Lausanne and has graduated in Physics from Mumbai University. He has also attained his Honours Diploma in Systems Management. He is based in Switzerland.
     

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    Volker Laska

    SVP & CIO
    Clariant

    European Chapter Member
    Volker Laska studied Physics from 1973 – 1979 at the University of Cologne in Germany. He has more than 30 years of management and leadership experience in various IT functions and international projects and assignments, with solid experience in business process re-engineering and change leadership/change management programs, and a broad understanding of the chemical and pharmaceutical business.

    After several years in hardware and software development and in business consulting, he joined the IT department of Bayer AG in Leverkusen/Germany in 1985 to work on laboratory information systems for Bayer’s polymers and agro businesses. In 1990, Volker transferred to Bayer’s US subsidiary Mobay and established a technical and scientific computing department for the chemical businesses. 

    After returning from the US in 1993, Volker took over the responsibility for IT in the Pharma research and development area of Bayer (with major research sites in the US, Japan and Germany), and 2 years later, he became global head of Pharma IT. Major work areas were the worldwide harmonisation of the R&D systems, the standardisation of the IT infrastructure including first outsourcing concepts, and the global SAP rollout for Bayer’s Pharma business with one of the first APO implementations in the chemical industry. This included new supply chain concepts and the introduction of standard costing at the headquarter in Germany.

    In 2002, Volker joined the specialty chemicals maker Clariant in the position of global CIO. Major work areas are the standardisation of the IT infrastructure, worldwide SAP rollouts, the support for Clariant’s transformation program with acquisitions and divestitures, operational and structural improvement programs, a renewed focus on how to support innovation and profitable growth from the IT side, and a more centralized governance model of the group.

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    Stephen Little

    CIO
    Xerox

    Americas Chapter Member

    Stephen Little is Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Xerox. He was named to this position in January 2014 and appointed a vice president of the corporation at that time.

    As CIO, Little is responsible for the global IT strategy and program execution, information security, governance processes and delivery of the IT infrastructure across the company. In addition, he brings a sharp focus on infrastructure simplification and disciplined execution to his organization, providing IT solutions that deliver value and keep business operations running smoothly.

    Prior to becoming the global CIO, Little was the vice president of Program Assurance for Xerox. In that position, he led a highly skilled team who consulted with business leaders to solve challenging technical problems and expedited the completion of complex IT programs.

    Little has spent his career leading large IT organizations within multibillion-dollar corporations, including former roles as the director of Infrastructure Services for ITT and as the senior vice president and Chief Information Officer for Schneider Electric. During more than 20 years at Schneider, he held a variety of IT leadership positions and supported business teams all over the world to standardize and simplify IT, enterprise wide.

    Little received a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Management from Purdue University and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Chicago.

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    Meg McCarthy

    EVP, Operations & Technology
    Aetna

    Americas Chapter Member
    Meg McCarthy is Executive Vice President, Operations and Technology. She is responsible for clinical innovation, technology and service operations. Meg also has responsibility for process and performance improvement, procurement and real estate services for Aetna, Inc.

    Ms. McCarthy served as Vice President and Head of Business Solutions Delivery at Aetna, which brought together all IT project management, development, quality engineering and IT-related business-process reengineering functions, necessary to create, develop and deliver end-to-end business solutions. She also has served as Aetna's CIO.

    Prior to joining Aetna in 2003, Ms. McCarthy was Senior Vice President of Information Technology at CIGNA Healthcare in Bloomfield, CT. She has 30 years of information systems and health care operations experience, with strengths in hospital, insurance and managed care business and systems. Her operations and consulting experience includes cost management, mergers, productivity management, care management, clinical work redesign, financial management, and information systems design and implementation. Ms. McCarthy has also worked in the hospital industry in CIO positions at Catholic Health Initiatives, Denver, CO, one of the largest Catholic Systems in the country and at Franciscan Health System. She was a consulting partner at Ernst & Young in the IT and Performance Improvement practice and also was with Andersen Consulting (Accenture) as a Senior Manager. Ms. McCarthy has been recognized as one of Insurance & Technology Magazine's “Elite 8” and Computerworld’s Top 100 leaders.

    Ms. McCarthy has a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree, Hospital Administration, from Yale University, and a B.A. in Philosophy, Magna Cum Laude, from Providence College. Her professional affiliations include Yale University Hospital Administration Alumni Association and Yale University Delaware and Massachusetts Alumni Associations. Ms. McCarthy's military experience includes U.S. Navy Medical Services Corps; Lieutenant at Bethesda Naval Hospital; and U.S. Navy Reserves, Lieutenant Commander.

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    Dickie Oliver

    VP, Global IT
    YUM! Brands, Inc.

    Americas Chapter Member
    Dickie Oliver is Vice-President of Global IT for Yum! Brands, Inc., (NYSE:YUM) the world’s largest restaurant company in terms of system units with over 37,000 restaurants in more than 120 countries and territories. Yum! Brands, with more than 1.4 million employees and franchise associates worldwide, is the parent company to KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.  In 2011, Yum! Brands generated more than $12 billion in total revenues, including company sales and franchise fees.

    As VP of Global IT, Dickie is responsible for Architecture, Security, Compliance, Messaging, Networks, Applications and Monitoring on a global basis for Yum! Brands.  He has spent 14+ years at Yum! Brands, in various roles of increasing accountability within the Yum! IT organization.  This has included IT leadership positions within individual Yum! Brands, Yum! Shared Services and Yum! Corporate organizations.  Dickie has 20 years of experience in IT related areas including Development, Consulting, Project Management and IT Leadership.

    Prior to joining Yum! Brands in 1996, Dickie was an Engineering Consultant and Instructor at PowerCerv, Inc. in Augusta, GA.  PowerCerv is a small consulting firm specializing in relational database education and PowerBuilder knowledge with Fortune 500 clientele.  Prior to PowerCerv, he served as Sr. Development Engineer at DuPont de Nemours, Inc. and Westinghouse, Inc.  His responsibilities included all areas of project management and all levels of development and DBA work.

    Dickie is currently a board member for Volunteers of America in Louisville.  He has presented at multiple IT conferences and won the Westinghouse Malcolm Baldridge award for IT excellence.

    Dickie earned his BBA in Finance, his BBA in Management and his minor in Computer Science from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, KY.

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    Roland Paanakker

    CIO & VP, Nike Technology
    Nike

    Americas Chapter Member
    Roland Paanakker was Nike VP Lean Business Solutions /CIO Nike Inc. since June 2005,  and has overall responsibility for Nike’s worldwide Information Technology, the Process & Technology Portfolio Management and Lean Business Enablement. In his role, Roland is responsible for worldwide Information Technology Strategy, IT Architecture, Infrastructure Operations, Enterprise Data Governance, Solution Development & Support. In addition, he is responsible for development and roll out of Lean, Program Management and Transition Management practices worldwide. At Nike, Roland held various executive positions in IT and Supply Chain Operations in Europe and the US. Prior to joining Nike EMEA in 1995, Roland worked for IBM the Netherlands for 10 years in a variety of IT and Program Management positions. With close to 25 years experience in IT and Business Management roles, Roland has a business value-oriented approach towards Lean Business Enablement and Information Technology. Roland holds a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and Information Technology from the Netherlands.

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    Carlos Pappier

    CIO
    Tenaris SA

    Americas Chapter Member
    Mr. Pappier currently serves as the chief information officer at Tenaris. Previously, he served as planning director. He began his career within the Techint group in 1984 as a cost analyst in Siderar. After holding several positions within Tenaris and other Techint group companies in 2002, he became chief of staff of Tenaris. He assumed his current position in May 2010. Mr. Pappier is an Argentine citizen.

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    Martin Petry

    CIO
    Hilti

    European Chapter Member
    Martin Petry became Hilti’s CIO in 2005. He is responsible for 400 IT employees based in Schaan,Tulsa, Oklahoma and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In recent months, Martin was asked to be in charge of Hilti’s Business Excellence initiatives. He first came to Hilti in 1993 and has held various leadership roles, including project manager of Oracle Applications implementations in Great Britain and in Japan, head of second-level support for Oracle Applications, IT Strategy development. Mr. Petry currently heads Hilti’s global SAP implementation project of standard business processes and SAP (global single system/single instance approach with ERP, BI, CRM and SCM) now being used by 15,000 users in 40 countries. He has headed up Hilti’s global SAP implementation since 2000. Mr. Petry earned his PhD in applied mathematics from Georg-August University in Göttingen.

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    Geir Ramleth

    Owner
    GeirHeads

    Americas Chapter Member
    Mr. Ramleth is the owner of GeirHeads, an information technology investor and advisory company. 

    From 2002 until 2013 he was senior vice president and chief information officer of Bechtel Group, Inc., where he led the global Information Systems and Technology organization.

    Prior to rejoining Bechtel Mr. Ramleth held leadership positions for a variety of companies in the technology and communications industry. Among his responsibilities in those roles, he defined strategy and market position and secured multiple forms of financial resources.

    Previously, Mr. Ramleth served as chairman and CEO of DigiPlex S.A., based in Zurich, Switzerland, which owned and operated large communications and networking facilities throughout Europe.

    He also served as president and CEO of Genuity, a Bechtel Enterprises company formed to deliver Internet and data services.

    Mr. Ramleth has held management positions with Oracle, PageMart, and PacTel Personal Communications (now a part of Vodafone).

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    Terence Stacey

    Globe Director & Group CIO
    Nestlé

    European Chapter Memeber
    In 1981, Terence Stacey entered the Nestlé Group as a Systems Analyst in South Africa. In 1995, he moved to Australia in a key role in the Business Excellence & Common Application (BECA2) team, where he subsequently progressed to the position of BECA Manager. He was then promoted to Head of the GLOBE Center AOA when the GLOBE Program1 kicked off in 2000.  He remained in this position until August 2008. From September 2008 to June 2010, he held the position of GLOBE Center Manager for Europe based in Frankfurt. He then relocated to Vevey and, following the merger of the 3 GLOBE Centers into one, he occupied the position as Head of the single GC focused on implementation. In November 2011, he was promoted to GLOBE Director and Group CIO.

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    Keith Sturgill

    VP & CIO
    Eastman

    Americas Chapter Member
    Keith Sturgill is vice president and chief information officer at Eastman. Prior to this role, he was the director of the IT Program Office at Eastman Chemical Company. Mr. Sturgill has broad responsibility for enabling business value through the application of information technology. His organization delivers technology to nearly 11,000 Eastman employees spread throughout the company’s international operations. Mr. Sturgill's management responsibilities have included the development, support, and implementation of global marketing, business and supply chain systems and leading IT architecture efforts that enable Eastman to continue delivering mission critical applications that are reliable, cost effective and flexible. He is also responsible for delivering integration services including B2B, EDI, internal integration, web services and BPM to the corporation. Mr. Sturgill holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Virginia Tech.

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    Andy Tidd

    Group CIO
    ABB

    European Chapter Member
    Andy Tidd, Group CIO for ABB, is responsible for IT strategy, project delivery and operations for ABB globally.  Since 2007, Andy has held a variety of positions at ABB in China and Switzerland. From 2007 – 2010, he was Region CIO for North Asia. The focus in this period was to implement a single SAP system for the rapidly growing North Asia business and systematic improvement in the resilience of IS operations and customer satisfaction. During this period Andy was recognized by CEO / CIO Magazine as one of the top CIO’s in China and awarded a prize for excellence in Operations. From 2010 to November 2011, Andy was global Division CIO for ABB’s Discrete Automation and Motion Division, based in Zurich.  Before joining ABB Andy worked for EDS, PwC Consulting and IBM primarily in the UK and Australia, developing a broad experience in IS from IS Strategy to Operational excellence. He has significant experience with ERP implementation.

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    Per-Åke Tobiasson

    Head of Global IM and CIO
    Tetra Pak Group

    European Chapter Member
    Per-Åke Tobiasson is Head of Global IM for the Tetra Pak Group. He is responsible for IT worldwide in the Tetra Pak Group, which has three IT centres, with 500 IT employees in Singapore, Lund, and Denton, Texas. The Tetra Pak Group turnover is Euro 9 bio and has 21 000 employees, and sales in more than 170 countries. Mr. Tobiasson has served in the Swedish Military Service, and he holds a BSc in Business Administration from the University of Lund, Sweden.

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    Carol J. Zierhoffer

    VP and CIO
    Bechtel Corporation

    Americas Chapter Member
    Carol J. Zierhoffer is the Principal Vice President and Global Chief Information Officer for Bechtel Corporation, having assumed this role in September 2013.  Carol has a broad array and depth of experience in all areas of information technology and business management including strategy formulation, governance, program management, application development, relationship management, transformation and innovation.  Carol leads Bechtel’s Global Information Systems & Technology (IS&T) organization responsible for all aspects of information technology including deployment of technology solutions into Bechtel business lines and projects around the world.  Bechtel is a global leader in engineering, procurement, construction, and project management with signature projects like the Hoover Dam, Bay Area Rapid Transit, and Hong Kong International Airport to name a few.  The Bechtel portfolio encompasses energy, transportation, communications, mining, oil and gas, and government services with projects in dozens of locations worldwide, from Alaska to Australia. Bechtel is privately held corporation with revenue of $38B in 2012 and 53,000 employees around the world. 

    Prior to joining Bechtel, Carol was Vice President and Global Chief Information Officer for Xerox Corporation from January 2012 – September 2013 where she was responsible for all aspects of Information Technology (IT) leading an organization of approximately 1250 direct and 3000 leveraged IT staff worldwide.  She was responsible for defining strategy and executing a long-term IT plan that supports the company’s transformation and growth as a provider of differentiated technology products and business services. 

    Prior to Xerox, Carol was the Vice President and Global Chief Information Officer for ITT Corporation from October 2008 – December 2011. She was responsible for the planning, alignment, governance and delivery of all information technology (IT) products and services for ITT.  She oversaw the board of directors approved transformation initiative to implement SAP worldwide, driving to common and efficient global processes and enterprise wide shared services.   Based on the decision to split the company into three separate publicly traded companies, she oversaw the IT and Shared Services separation to spin off Xylem, Inc  (NYSE: XYL;  approximate revenue $3.2B)  and Exelis, Inc (NYSE: XLS;  approximate revenue $5.9B.)  The team completed the double spin in 9 months, with the remaining ITT Corporation a $1.9B entity.

    Carol holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the Whittemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire and a Master's degree in Computer Information Systems from Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts.  She is also a member of the board director of MedAssets, Inc., where she chairs the Information Technology Committee and is a member of the Audit Committee.


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