Cancer Research UK CIO Tiffany HallCancer Research UK Tiffany Hall joined the charity in 2017 after a\u00a020-year career at the BBC\u00a0in roles\u00a0that included CIO, Head of IT at BBC News, Director of the Parliamentary Broadcasting Unit that films the House of Commons. She was recently named CIO of the Year at the Women in IT Awards after successfully bringing together two very different teams at the charity.\n"There are still places where people bump up against each other within teams because they've merged now, but the conversations are had with respect and with open-mindedness, and we jump on it when that's not the case," Hall told CIO UK.\nRead next: Cancer Research UK CIO Tiffany Hall describes her award-winning workDirector of ITS at Girls' Day School Trust Dan HallDan Hall, Director of Information Technology Services at the Girls' Day School Trust, earned a spot on the 2019 CIO 100 after a highly successful year at the network of independent girls' schools.Hall's key achievements included restructuring his function from an IT-led department to an education-led team, standardising\u00a0key processes and systems across the 25 schools in the group and moving members from paper-based student applications to a digital process.Prior to joining GDST\u00a0in 2016,\u00a0Hall enjoyed stints as Director of Information Systems at the British Council and as Head of IS at Blind Veterans UK. He also currently chairs the Charity IT Leaders networking group.Anthony Nolan CIO Danny AttiasCIO 100 high-flyer Danny Attias has been CIO at Anthony Nolan\u00a0since May 2016, responsible for all aspects of the technology strategy and delivery at\u00a0the bone marrow transplant charity. He also held the role of Data Protection Officer at Anthony Nolan for 16 months, during which he established a professional\u00a0data protection function. He remains the senior leadership team sponsor for data security\u00a0and protection and specifically the GDPR programme.Prior to joining\u00a0Anthony Nolan, Attias was CIO at management consulting firm Grass Roots Group for eight years. He has also worked as an IT\u00a0Infrastructure Project Manager at Marks and Spencer, an IT Project Manager at John Lewis Partnership and a Chemical Engineer at Kodak.Shaw Trust CIO Alan CrawfordShaw Trust CIO Alan Crawford was appointed CIO\u00a0at the Shaw Trust in July 2018 and tasked with helping to\u00a0consolidate the\u00a0organisation into\u00a0a single unified charity and social enterprise for people with disabilities while adopting cloud platforms\u00a0to support better future services.He previously\u00a0spent two years as CIO at educational organisation City & Guilds Group, where he developed\u00a0the business digitally\u00a0and its corporate, e-learning, apprenticeships and technical education.\u00a0Prior to that, he was CIO at Action for Children for three years,\u00a0bringing in \u00a31m in discounts, grants and donations for a digital enablement project and enabling flexible and mobile working.Amnesty International CIO John GillespieAmnesty International CIO John Gillespie joined the human rights organisation in January 2013 and immediately began to transform the technology that supported its global workforce. His accomplishments since then include redeveloping the Amnesty website, introducing a new CRM system, opening new offices in Africa and the Americas and\u00a0upgrading the entire technical infrastructure.He began his career working in sales and marketing at Shell and went on to work as a\u00a0business analyst at Vision\u00a0Consulting, as an\u00a0interim\u00a0CIO at Help for Heroes and an\u00a0IT strategy and architecture consultant at Deloitte.Greenpeace UK Head of IT Andrew HattonAndrew Hattonhas been overseeing Greenpeace's IT and digital strategy, cyber security needs, IT operations management\u00a0and business continuity since\u00a0he\u00a0was appointed as Head of IT at the charity in May 2010.His CV also includes a 10-year spell at Oxfam where he helped to deliver the charity's\u00a0first Online Direct Debit Platform, the UK's first Online second-hand charity shop, a global logistics system and the Gift Aid Shops Platform.Read next: Greenpeace UK Head of IT Andrew Hatton using technology to improve customer engagementAge UK Chief Digital and Technology Officer Lara BurnsLara Burnshas been leading the digital transformation at Age UK since she joined the charity as Head of Digital in January 2014. She was promoted to\u00a0Chief Digital and Technology Officer at the organisation\u00a0in April 2017\u00a0and has\u00a0gone on to move the charity's archives onto digital platforms, upgrade its CMS and\u00a0secure over \u00a32m in third-party funding for\u00a0a range of technology-based projects.Burns has also served as Head of Online at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) and as a Trustee at Charity Comms,\u00a0where she acted as a mentor to other people working in the sector who want to progress their careers.British Red Cross CIO Rosie Slater-CarrRosie Slater-Carrhas been CIO at British Red Cross since April 2015. Her recent\u00a0achievements include a website redevelopment that has already proven its value. During the fundraising concert for the victims of the Manchester Arena attack,\u00a0it handled\u00a02.8 million hits in a day compared to the usual\u00a025,000 over a weekend, helping the charity to process millions of pounds of donations.Slater-Carr's CV also includes spells as Director of Information Systems at the Children's Society, Portfolio Manager of Digital and Fundraising IT at Cancer Research\u00a0UK, and as a Sessional Lecturer\u00a0in Quantitative\u00a0Methods and Philosophy of Science at Birkbeck College, University\u00a0of London.Marie Stopes International CIO Daniela WeberDaniela Weberwas appointed\u00a0CIO at Marie Stopes International in August 2015, and tasked with turning the heavily federated charity\u00a0into an integrated operation with a common collaboration platform across 37 country programmes and support offices.Prior to joining\u00a0the contraception and safe abortion provider, she spent three years as a Senior Manager Consulting, Applications Delivery and Advisory at Deloitte UK, where she helped clients. Her CV also includes spells at Hewlett-Packard, Reckitt Benckiser, SAP Svenska AB and Procter & Gamble.