As salespeople, many of you are always on the hunt for someone new to do business with. As Hoover’s customers, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got 100 million contacts in our comprehensive information database. Many of you have asked for high-level information technology executives such as Chief Information Officer and Chief Technology Officer. Here are some new hires who are probably setting up their new offices right now:
- DataSource promoted Eugene Arokiasamy to VP Technology and Professional Services, having previously served as Director of Information Technology. Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, DataSource offers print supply chain management services.
- Vicki Barbur was named Chief Technical Officer of Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), a nonprofit that provides IT consulting services to mostly federal agencies. Barbur, who has a PhD in physics from the University of London and an MBA from Dartmouth, comes to CTC from Cardinal Health. She joins Chief Information Officer George Appley.
- Bridget Burke is the new Chief Information Officer of HID Global, a company that makes contactless cards and readers for security systems, such as the badge I swipe to enter my building at work. She will also be the company’s Chief Security Officer, responsible for overseeing HID Global’s security policy compliance. She joins Chief Technology Officer Selva Selvaratnam.
- Bobby Chowdhury joins publisher Rodale as the company’s first dedicated Chief Technology Officer. Chowdhury knows the ins and outs of a newsroom as much as he does the IT department, having worked at Condé Nast and Scripps.
- New Chief Information Officer Michael Mathias comes to Blue Shield of California from Aetna, where he worked for 16 years and spent the last two as CIO of the health insurance giant.
- Frankie Rios is the new Vice President of Information Security & Compliance at Atlanta-based Global Net Access, LLC (doing business as GNAX Health), a company that provides IT services to the health care industry. Rios joins CIO Janakan Rajendran.
- Tissue behemoth Kimberly-Clark appointed Jennifer Sepull as Chief Information Officer and Vice President of IT Services. Sepull comes to Kimberly-Clark from Honda.