|Diane M. Bryant|
Vice President & CIO
Diane M. Bryant is corporate vice president and Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Intel Corporation. Diane is responsible for the corporate-wide use of Information Technology (IT). Intel's IT organization delivers leading technology solutions and services that enable Intel's business strategies for growth and efficiency. The IT organization is comprised of over 6,000 IT professionals worldwide.
Previously, Diane was the general manager of the Server Platforms Group, responsible for Intel's server, workstation, and storage business. She was also Director of the Corporate Platform Office, responsible for driving the transformation of Intel from a CPU company focused on performance to a Platform company focused on user experience. Prior to this role, Diane was Director of Engineering, leading the development of Intel's next generation of Xeon and Itanium microprocessors for the server market.
Bryant received her bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from U.C. Davis in 1985 and joined Intel the same year. She earned an Executive MBA from Stanford and holds four U.S. Patents.
EVP & CIO
NASDAQ OMX Group
Anna Ewing is Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of The NASDAQ OMX Group Inc. (NASDAQ: NDAQ), the world’s largest exchange. At $13.6 trillion, it was ranked the largest single pool of liquidity in the world in 2009 based on value traded on its markets.
Anna has over 25 years experience in delivering client-focused technology in the financial services industry. In her role at NASDAQ OMX, Anna is responsible for Global Technology services and the Market Technology business unit, which provides commercial technology solutions to over 70 exchanges and markets around the world. Integral to Ms. Ewing’s role is overseeing the exchange’s technology roadmap.
Since assuming her position, Ms. Ewing has been the technology architect for NASDAQ OMX’s transformation from a single U.S. cash equities market to an exchange company with 22 markets around the globe, covering all major asset classes. In addition to the OMX merger, Ms. Ewing and her team have re-platformed company acquisitions including BX, formerly the Boston Exchange and NASDAQ OMX PHLX and have successfully rolled out the INET trading system in all NASDAQ OMX equity markets across the world. The Technology team at NASDAQ OMX has supported the launch of dozens of new products across all of the company’s business units. All this was accomplished while providing 99.99+% uptime for its markets, which experienced record volumes during the financial crisis. Most recently, Ms. Ewing oversaw the acquisition of SMARTS, the world leading provider of market surveillance technology for exchange, regulator, and broker markets worldwide.
Anna’s accomplishments at NASDAQ OMX have awarded her with multiple recognitions as a tech innovator and driver of company and industry growth. Most recently, Anna ranked seventh on Institutional Investor’s Profile Index of the 2010 Tech 40: The Financial Technology Sector’s Top 40 Stars.
Prior to joining NASDAQ, Anna was with CIBC World Markets in New York and Toronto, where she served as Managing Director of Global Applications Services and as a founding member of CIBC.com. Before that, Ms. Ewing served as Vice President at Merrill Lynch, where she held various leadership positions within Technology. She is a graduate of Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto.
CIO & SVP
Ken Harris is responsible for developing and maintaining Shaklee's technological infrastructure, supporting the communications, information and operations systems that connect all divisions of the Company. Before joining Shaklee in 2005, Mr. Harris was the senior vice president, chief information officer at Gap, Inc. for six years, served as the senior vice president, chief information officer at Nike, and worked at PepsiCo for 10 years in a variety of operations and technology leadership positions including senior vice president, chief operating officer and chief information officer. Mr. Harris holds graduate degrees in both Management Information Technology and Accounting and a CPA in public accounting from the state of Colorado. He was recognized in 2004 as one of Computerworld's “Premier 100 IT Leaders” and as one of Executive Technology's “Power 50 Retailers.”
SVP, Group Publisher & CMO
Bob Melk brings more than 20 years’ media and technology experience to his role as Senior Vice President and Group Publisher of IDG Enterprise, publisher of CIO, Computerworld, CSO and Network World. In his current role, Melk oversees sales and marketing for the full IDG Enterprise portfolio including CIO, Computerworld, CSO and Network World media product lines including the award-winning websites (www.CIO.com, www.computerworld.com, www.CSOonline.com and www.networkworld.com), magazines and executive events. He also sits on the Executive Committee for IDG Enterprise. Melk possesses in-depth knowledge of media, sales, sales training, and is recognized as a business development leader with a proven track record and extensive contacts in the technology industry. A popular speaker at industry events, Melk possesses an in-depth and intimate knowledge of the pain points and opportunities facing today's enterprise IT organizations and how to market to IT decision-makers. Melk has recently spoken at several user-group conferences and webcasts for companies including Cisco, Google, Computer Associates, SAS and WebEx. Prior to joining IDG Enterprise, Melk held a variety of executive management positions at several media companies including CMP Media and Miller Freeman. He joined CXO Media in 2004 as Vice President Sales & Integrated Solutions for CIO and quickly moved up through the sales organization to SVP, Group Publisher. He has led the field sales, marketing, and editorial teams for the CIO brand during its evolution to a web-centric media company. He added sales responsibilities for the Computerworld, CSO and Network World brand portfolios to his role in April 2009 when he was named Senior Vice President and Group Publisher.
Senior Vice President and CIO
David Smoley is Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Flextronics, a position he has held since December 2006. Leading IT publication, InformationWeek recently ranked Mr. Smoley as one of the top 50 Global CIOs -- IT Leaders Changing the Business World. Prior to Flextronics, Mr. Smoley served as Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Honeywell's Aerospace Electronics Systems. Mr. Smoley's extensive IT career also includes management positions with General Electric where he most recently held the position of Director and Chief Information Officer for GE Power Controls in Barcelona, Spain. Mr. Smoley holds a B.A. in Computer Science from Clemson University and an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia.
Chief Information Officer
Tracy Terrill, Chief Technology Officer, has extensive experience in technology management. Under Mr. Terrill's leadership, LegalZoom has matured its technology and systems to support the rapid growth and expansion of its product offerings. Prior to joining LegalZoom, he held numerous technology leadership positions with GE/NBC Universal, Universal Music Group, Universal Studios and Warner Brothers. Earlier in his career, he was a Gartner consultant where he specialized in strategic planning and enterprise system implementations. Mr. Terrill holds an M.B.A. from the University of Southern California.