AWS Enterprise Strategist
In business and technology leadership positions throughout her 25-year career with The Coca-Cola Company, and now at Amazon’s Web Services Division (AWS), Miriam has consistently driven high impact global enterprise technology strategy. In her role at AWS, her mission is to make the case that transitioning to the cloud is a sound, secure strategy to positively transform their business.
Recently, she's been talking with CXOs across the diverse AWS customer base to learn how they’re using cloud to address some of today’s most top-of-mind topics.
In this video, AWS Enterprise Strategist Miriam McLemore asks four CIOs to share what has inspired them as they navigate their own career and lead their organizations through a cloud and digital transformation journey. Read the blog.
Adam Raymer, Vice President, GE (former)
Adam was Vice President of Public Cloud at GE until early 2019, where he held numerous technology roles since 2005 including Principal Technologist, End User Services Leader, and Enterprise Architect. Adam now serves as Executive Director at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Steve Day, EGM Infrastructure - Cloud and Workplace, National Australia Bank
Steve is responsible for the management of Infrastructure, Cloud and Workplace at National Australia Bank. He has over thirty years of experience managing technology teams of which eight years was focused on building and supporting cloud-based technology. He has passion for building customer obsessed, innovation based cultures within large enterprises.
Ann Carver, CIO, Coca-Cola North America
Ann is responsible for IT strategy and customer-centric solution delivery. She has a background in front-office and enabling solutions, e-commerce, business analytics, and business integration initiatives, and has held roles across a broad range of business functions with domestic and global responsibility.
Shaown Nandi, CIO, Dow Jones
Shaown Nandi is responsible for Cloud, DevOps, End-User Support, Networks, Infrastructure, and SaaS applications. He has a deep focus on Cloud Services and has led the relationships with Amazon and Google and driven Dow Jones adoption of public cloud. Prior to News Corp, Shaown was a global technology executive at IBM. He managed product development teams in the cloud space, led the NA technical sales teams for Cloud Service, and worked in transformation within the CIO's office.
Herve Coureil, Chief Digital Officer, Schneider Electric
Herve Coureil assumes the role of Chief Digital Officer for Schneider Electric, a company leading the Digital Transformation of Energy Management and Automation. Prior to his current role at Schneider Electric, Herve has served as their CIO and has spent over 15 years in finance, business development, and M&A.
Mahmoud El-Assir, CIO, Verizon
Mahmoud is responsible for developing and guiding Verizon’s technology strategy across the company’s internal technical infrastructure. His role includes overseeing Verizon’s Data Centers and Cloud Strategy, Information Technology development lifecycle automation, Information Technology Network and Technical infrastructure with focus on transforming employee’s technology experience.
Morgan Reed, CIO, Arizona
Morgan is a results-oriented leader with a proven track record of inspiring and building strong performing teams. A problem-solver who improves business processes, he is a strategic thinker and decision maker who manages projects to align business goals with technology solutions.
Charlie Ewen, CIO, UK Met Office
Charlie is a technology leader with a proven track record of successfully delivering big IT in Blue Chip FTSE 150 retail and public sector organizations.
Mohamed Al-Qaed, Chief Executive, Information & eGovernment Authority, Kingdom of Bahrain
Mohamed Al-Qaed is the man behind many of the technological innovations changing the lives of hundreds of thousands of Bahrain residents. He helped to establish the security framework for government information and played an active role in the development of the Government Data Network and Smartcard Infrastructure.