By now, executives are knee deep in planning for next year and beyond, and the sound of plows and snow blowers — at least here in the Northeast — can't be too far off. As we prepare for winter and the year's end, we see a number of new CIO appointments.
Julie Stansbury was promoted to CIO of GE Capital. Stansbury was previously CIO for GE Capital Americas.
MasterCard promoted Ed McLaughlin to the newly-created role of CIO. Previously, McLaughlin was the company's chief emerging payments officer.
Joy Global named Colin Boyd its vice president and CIO. Boyd was formerly CIO of Johnson Controls.
Cooper-Standard announced the appointment of Susan Kampe as CIO. Most recently, Kampe served as managing partner and founder of Zang Consulting LLC.
Zions Bancorporation promoted Jennifer Smith from director of enterprise operations to CIO.
Lifespan Corp. named Cedric Priebe as CIO. Priebe previously served as CIO at Brigham & Women's Faulkner Hospital
Donna Flood joined Crocs as senior vice president and CIO. Flood previously served as executive vice president and CIO at Coolcore.
Gander Mountain named Carissa Rollins its new CIO and executive vice president. Rollins was previously vice president of enterprise information management with Kohl's.
Tom Sheppard joined Brake Parts Inc. (BPI) as CIO. Previously, Sheppard was the director of consulting services with several different companies.
Gianluca D'Aniello was hired as CTO by The Associated Press and is responsible for all IT within the company. He was previously vice president of IT for News Corp.
William Morse was appointed vice president and CIO at Pomona College. Morse was the associate vice president and CIO at University of Puget Sound.
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