Jane Moran - CIO at UnileverJane Moran was appointed Unilever CIO in 2014, and\u00a0tasked\u00a0with\u00a0doubling the size\u00a0of the business while reducing its environmental footprint and increasing its positive social impact.\nHer key initiatives at the consumer goods giant include digitising the supply chain, shifting\u00a0to cloud services, and rolling out mobile, social and collaboration tools to help employees become\u00a0more agile and productive.\nMoran's career as a CIO spans more than 15 years. Prior to joining Unilever, she\u00a0had stints as the Thomson Reuters Global CIO, Markets Division CIO and Thomson Financial CIO. She also spent two years\u00a0as CIO at CCBN, a Thomson acquisition.\nRead next:\u00a0 Unilever CIO Jane Moran interview - Developing an Agile platform for growth and innovationFerenc Vezer - CIO at 2 Sisters Food GroupFerenc Vezer was appointed Group CIO at 2 Sisters Food Group in 2013 after an eight-year\u00a0spell as the International IT Director of Hallmark Cards.He began his current role by stabilising the IT estate,\u00a0before\u00a0moving on to developing business intelligence capabilities and scenario modelling\u00a0with predictive analytics, automating processes, streamlining customer on-boarding\u00a0and\u00a0replatforming the business onto a single accounts system.Mike Faiers - E-business and IT Director at BSHMike Faiers was appointed Director of IT and eBusiness at BSH UK & Ireland\u00a0in 2014 and promptly created a team of digital experts and\u00a0merged the IT and digital functions to make his department a change enabler.Fairs joined BSH in 2012 as the company's\u00a0Group Marketing Manager. The next year he was promoted to the position of Group eCommerce Manager, and a year later to his current role of Director of IT and eBusiness.\u00a0Prior to joining\u00a0BSH, he had stints in senior\u00a0digital roles at Audi and Bluecube Technology Solutions.Read next: How one UK CIO changed IT from a support service to a business enabler driving innovationNick Reeks - Director of IT and Vendor Management at Tata SteelAs Tata Steel's Vendor Management Director of IT, Nick Reeks is focused on building the partner model, improving cost and performance levels and deploying digital products in the landscape ahead of a company-wide ICT transformation.Reeks has worked at Tata Steel for almost two decades where he was first appointed Hub Manager of Procurement in 2000. He also served as the company's\u00a0Procurement\u00a0Integration & Synergy\u00a0Manager, Director of Procurement Development\u00a0and Solutions Group Director of IT before he took on his current role.Read next: How one UK CIO changed IT from a support service to a business enabler driving innovationPaul Boardman - CIO at Northwood & WepaNorthwood & Wepa CIO Paul Boardman leads a digital strategy that aims to\u00a0modernise the bathroom tissue and kitchen towel\u00a0business so it can profitably leverage technology, manage risk and improve productivity.Boardman joined the company in May 2015 after three years at SCA\u00a0Hygiene\u00a0Products, initially in IT Services\u00a0before progressing to the role\u00a0of Project Delivery & Process Expertise IT Director. He began his career as an SAP Consultant at Royal Mail and then spent six years as an IT Director at American pulp and paper company Georgia Pacific.Dominic Howson - Supply Chain Planning & IS Director at HovisDominic Howson\u00a0was appointed Hovis Supply Chain Planning & IS Director\u00a0in 2014, and\u00a0immediately set his sights on\u00a0moving the bakery giant's IT infrastructure to the cloud. Howson has used the new infrastructure to roll out a range of apps, including a trade promotions platform, and a\u00a0product\u00a0shortage\u00a0notification.Howson joined Hovis after eight years at Premier Foods and has also worked in IT management\u00a0roles at easi\u00a0Solutions, Serano Holdings\u00a0and Manor Bakeries.Read next: Hovis IS Director Dominic Howson video interview - Advocating for cloud computing and automationPaul Nicholson - Human Resources & Digital Director at Aunt Bessie'sPaul Nicholson was appointed as Head of People and IT at Aunt Bessie's in early 2017. He has since transformed a team focused on supporting day to day operations and\u00a0beset by shadow IT\u00a0into a streamlined team with a clear strategy\u00a0for technology change aligned with the business.Prior to joining\u00a0Aunt Bessie's, Nicholson spent two years as a Director at Young's Seafood, five years as a Director at Arco, and ten years of Head of IT at Honeywell. In 2009, he gained an MBA from the University of Hull.