President & CEO Ahead
Founder and CEO of Chicago-based AHEAD, Dan Adamany’s contribution to data center evolution is an innovative business model that helps organizations align information technologies with business processes, value chain partner and employee expectations, and customer relationships. A mechanical engineer by training, Adamany is responsible for the AHEAD corporate vision and strategy.
Adamany learned the fundamentals of IT within the sales organization at IBM. From there he refined his financial, management and sales skills in roles of increasing responsibility at EMC, ultimately serving as global account manager. In 2007, recognizing the need for a new breed of IT firm designed around changing technology consumption models, Adamany launched AHEAD.
Adamany is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization and serves on the board of directors for Getting Ahead, a non-profit dedicated to helping those with financial need pursue their academic dreams. He is also involved in several entrepreneurial ventures within various industries, including real estate, hospitality and entertainment, where he lends his experience and vision to drive success.
VP, IS Northwestern Mutual
Blaise Beaulier was appointed VP of information systems for Northwestern Mutual in 2008. Beaulier is responsible for the development and support of application systems covering insurance products and operations, retail and institutional investments, field technology and compensation, and corporate functions. Currently, he is a member of the company’s project prioritization committee and technology strategy committee. Beaulier joined Northwestern Mutual in 1988 as a programmer analyst in the information systems department. His primary responsibilities included providing support for field applications such as sales reporting and honors, compliance and field compensation.
In 2004, Beaulier joined the corporate planning department as a director of projects where he continued to mature the Company's portfolio management processes including the corporate project prioritization process. Beaulier chaired the project prioritization committee for more than two years before returning to the information systems department in 2008.
Beaulier received his B.S. in management information systems from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and currently serves on their school of business and technology advisory board. He is a chair of several active committees at St. Thomas Aquinas parish.
Manager, HR Oshkosh Corporation
Melanie Bruins is the HR manager and business partner for IT, finance, and business development functions of Oshkosh Corporation. She is responsible for maximizing her customers' results by leading and delivering key HR processes and programs including talent and staffing strategies, succession planning, engagement and retention programs, and employee and leadership development. Bruins has served as an innovative force in the recruitment and engagement of key talent for Oshkosh's business transformation, Convergence. Prior to joining Oshkosh, she began her career in HR at Mercury Marine, a division of Brunswick Corporation.
Bruins has an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and a bachelor's degree in business administration and human resources management from Winona State University. She serves on the board of the Oshkosh Society of Human Resource Management and previously served as president. She is also a certified executive coach.
CIO State of Wisconsin
David Cagigal is the administrator of the State of Wisconsin’s Division of Enterprise Technology within the Department of Administration. He recently began this role in 2012. He also serves as the state’s CIO, where he oversees state government’s IT operations and investments.
Cagigal is a seasoned executive with more than 25 years of experience in IT management. He is experienced in converging business strategies with ever-changing and innovating information technologies. He also identifies and implements the appropriate change management processes and risk mitigating strategies for each unique culture. Cagigal has held executive IT positions at Alliant Energy, DeVry University, DePaul University, Maytag and Amoco. He is also passionate about education reform and 21st century learning strategies through technology innovations in collaboration with teachers, administrators, parents, communities and most importantly students.
Cagigal holds a bachelor's of science and an MBA from DePaul University.
VP, IT Assurant Health
Manish Chawla has leadership responsibility for the enterprise architecture, data and compliance areas, supporting business needs for technology improvements and building upon the IT foundation to help deliver business growth. The group’s mission is "to maximize IT value and provide technology capabilities that align with Assurant Health's market segments."
Chawla joined Assurant Health in 2007. During his tenure with the company, he has held a variety of IT leadership positions. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electronics and communications from regional engineering college, Calicut, India.
CIO Brady Corporation
Bentley Curran is Vice President of digital business and CIO of Brady Corporation. As VP of digital business, he is leading Brady’s digital transformation, working with leadership to deliver an improved customer experience required to better serve Brady customers across all touch points, including online, off-line and mobile. In addition, Curran is responsible for Brady’s global information technology solutions and services. He has served Brady since 1999 in various leadership roles including CIO, VP of IT and director of IT — global infrastructure.
Curran received his bachelor’s degree in business from Marian University. He also serves on various groups, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison eBusiness Consortium advisory board and the Brady Corporation Foundation board.
Principal, Digital Enterprise Solutions Tata Consultancy Services
Frank Diana has 29 years of organizational leadership experience in technology and general management. He is currently leading the business solutions organization for TCS Global Consulting. Prior to joining TCS, Diana led an advanced analytics growth business for enherent Corp., and served as chief product officer for Aelera Corporation where he managed the development of a market-facing social computing and advanced analytics platform.
Diana served as CEO of Silicon Valley-based Traxian, Inc., a software start-up focused on the B2B enablement of small and mid-sized businesses. As CTO of Fujitsu Consulting he focused on software as a service and revenue strategies driven by emerging technologies. He began his career at AT&T, holding various senior roles including CIO for the company’s international financial operation. Diana also sat on various industry steering committees focused on the development of XML-based standards. He holds a B.S. in computer science from Rider College.
SVP & CIO Assurant Health
As senior vice president and chief information officer, Chris Dowler has leadership responsibility for the IT organization, comprised of 350 onshore and 250 offshore employees, at Assurant Health. Their mission is "to maximize information technology value and provide technology capabilities that align with Assurant Health's market segments."
Dowler joined Assurant Health in 1986. During his tenure with the company, he has held a variety of IT leadership positions. He holds a bachelor's degree in actuarial science from Ball State University.
Manager, Talent Development Oshkosh Corporation
Erica Flukinger is the talent development manager for Oshkosh Corporation. She is responsible for the global talent development practices including learning and development, performance and succession management, executive coaching, and leadership development. Flukinger is a sought after keynote speaker on U.S. generations, addressing audiences from the Wisconsin Society of Human Resources Management to the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining Oshkosh, she gained increasing responsibilities in HR at the Acme Brick Company - a Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary.
Flukinger holds bachelor's degrees in psychology and mathematics from Texas Christian University, attended the executive education program at the Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University and is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). She currently serves on the board of the Cerebral Palsy of Mideast Wisconsin under the United Way.
Director, Security Technology & Response Symantec Corporation
Kevin Haley is director of product management for Symantec Security Response where he is responsible for ensuring the security content gathered from Symantec’s Global Intelligence Network is actionable for its customers. This includes educating customers on security issues and incorporating the security content into Symantec’s enterprise and consumer product lines. The valuable security data provides the basis for protecting customers against complex Internet threats and other security risks. During his 13 years at Symantec, Haley has leveraged his security expertise in the development of the company’s antivirus solutions for endpoints and mail servers, and in creating network and system management solutions. Haley managed a global team of technical product managers who evangelized endpoint security products and were responsible for field enable and technical training for SAV, SCS, SEP v11.0 and SNAC 11.0.
Before joining Symantec, Haley was part of the OpenView group at HP, working on the company’s software distribution tools. Prior to HP, he was a product manager at Sun Microsystems, where he managed the development and delivery of network and server software for Solaris on Intel.
Haley recently served as a technical advisor for Anthony E. Zuiker's digital crime thriller, “Cybergeddon.” He also frequently appears as a security expert for media including The Today Show, USA Today, New York Times, Forbes, Dow Jones and others.
VP Global IT Johnson Controls, Inc.
Kerrie Hoffman is VP of information technology, leading IT for the Power Solutions Business Unit of Johnson Controls, Inc. Her career spans three industries and multiple functions including operations, sales and IT. Previous employers include Aurora Health Care, and Johnson and Johnson. Hoffman's key accomplishments include significantly improving productivity through process transformation and automation (including several ERP implementations); best in company employee engagement through department leadership and establishing innovation practices; and significantly increasing market share/revenue through IT enabled business capability. She brings more than 20 years of experience, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in pre-med from Purdue University. Having lived in 2 emerging market countries, Hoffman is passionate about true globalization, diversity and delivering business results through IT enabled revenue/market expansion. Her current hot topics to rant about include modern IT applications and disruptive technologies — ask if you dare.
EVP & CIO Schneider National, Inc.
Judy Lemke is executive vice president and CIO at Schneider National Inc., a leading provider of transportation, logistics and intermodal services. In this position, she leads the company's strategic technology, engineering and business transformation initiatives as a member of the executive team. Prior to joining Schneider, Lemke served as CIO of Capella University in Minneapolis, where she was responsible for IT strategy and direction, alignment of technology and business objectives, execution of system-wide implementation programs, and oversight of critical IT initiatives in a dynamic, growing user environment.
Prior to her work at the university, Lemke served as vice president of the Midwest region at BORN Information Services Inc., an IT consulting firm, where she managed more than 500 consultants with responsibility for sales, customer relationships, contracts, branch and practice management, and recruiting. Under her leadership, the region's revenue increased by 100 percent in two years. Lemke also held several senior IT positions in an 18-year career with Medtronic, including director of IT for the Americas and international director of IT. She holds a bachelor's degree from Augsburg College in Minneapolis.
Vice President, IT Assurant Health
Dave Loescher has leadership responsibility for Assurant Health’s application development area, which provides the business with new and improved business capabilities through innovative technology solutions. The group’s mission is "to maximize information technology value and provide technology capabilities that align with Assurant Health's market segments." Since joining Assurant Health in 2006, Loescher has held a number of IT leadership roles focused on delivering business solutions that drive growth, efficiency, customer experience and compliance. His large-scale delivery organization delivers on an investment portfolio that ranges from $35M-$50M per year. In addition, he has been driving IT transformation in key areas such as portfolio, resource and capacity management, offshore delivery, solution architecture, testing, and IT metrics.
Prior to Assurant Health, Loescher had business and IT transformation leadership roles in a number of Global Fortune 500 companies in manufacturing, consumer products, services and business consulting. Dave is active in the UWEBC and LOMA Individual Products Systems Committee. He holds an MBA from Marquette University and a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from UW-Madison.
Philip Loftus Ph.D.
CIO & VP, IT Aurora Health Care
Philip Loftus joined Aurora Health Care in 2006 as CIO and VP of information services and is responsible for developing and implementing an integrated IT strategy supporting Aurora’s long-term strategic plan. Aurora retains one of the largest electronic health record systems running on a single, fully integrated database, with more than four million patients and 20,000 caregivers. The company has been the recipient of the ‘Most Wired’ award for hospitals for seven years in a row.
Prior to this, Loftus was SVP and CIO at Caremark, where he worked with the senior business leadership to develop and implement a system-wide paperless mail order pharmacy model, shortening delivery times, improving quality and reducing cost. He has more than 30 years of broad health care experience.
Loftus received his Ph.D. from the University of Liverpool in the UK and was a Fulbright Hays Postdoctoral Fellow at the California Institute of Technology.
VP & Divisional CIO, Claims Allstate Insurance
Peter Logothetis joined Allstate Insurance in late 2011 as the divisional CIO for claims. Prior to Allstate, he spent more than 5 years as head of technology services (CIO) at QBE the Americas, a member of the Australia-based QBE Group.
Logothetis has more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry. He has worked in the manufacturing, banking, insurance and consulting industries for such well known companies as Continental Bank, CNA Insurance, Kemper Insurance and Liberty Mutual Insurance.
He has been very active in industry initiatives, conferences and IT forums. He also participates in mentorship programs and school board memberships.
Since 1980, he has been a part-time IT instructor at DePaul University, where he earned his MBA in information systems.
Vice President, North America Application Services Capgemini
Todd Martin is a vice president in Capgemini’s Application Services business unit in North America, responsible for account management, delivery and sales for the company’s manufacturing sector clients. Martin has more than 17 years of experience in sales, consulting and operations management, with a balanced functional and technical background in solution deployment. He has provided guidance to clients in the auto, industrial and consumer products sectors on business strategy, managing engagements and implementing large scale business and IT transformational programs.
Prior to joining Capgemini, Martin served in a number of senior leadership roles with leading management and IT consulting companies. He is considered a subject matter expert in helping global companies deliver growth and improve results.
Chief Strategy Officer Jive Software
As chief strategy officer, Chris Morace is responsible for turning Jive's vision for social business into tightly aligned execution across departments. Additionally, he leads Jive's thought leadership platform, analyst relations, and partner ecosystem.
Morace joined Jive Software in 2007 and led Jive's product strategy and delivery for several years. Under his direction, the company became the industry-recognized leader in social business software by all of the major analysts. He has an 18-year track record for building high-growth, high-value businesses in the technology sector. Prior to joining Jive, Morace held executive positions including vice president of research & development at Mercury Interactive, (acquired by
Hewlett Packard) and vice president of product development at Kintana.
Morace holds a B.S. in biological sciences from Stanford University.
Lead Business Analyst GE Healthcare
Jeff Murnan is a lead business analyst and enterprise community manager at GE Healthcare. He started his career in GE's prestigious IT leadership program and now manages GE Healthcare's internal and customer Jive collaboration communities. Murnan specializes in helping people transform the way they work and has grown their internal community from 250 to over 4000 active users in less than a year.
VP, IT Journal Communications, Inc.
Michael O’Brien was named vice president, information technology for Journal Communications in 2010. Journal is a diversified media company with operations in publishing, radio and television broadcasting and interactive media.
O’Brien has more than 28 years of progressive business systems and operational process experience. He most recently served as VP, information systems at InfuScience, Inc., a privately held national home infusion provider, where he had responsibility for all business systems, operational process development, IT infrastructure and IT operations. Before InfuScience, he was director of IT for Jefferson Wells International,, where he was responsible for business systems process, IT infrastructure and operations.
O’Brien received a B.S. in computer science from Marquette University and an M.S. in computer science from Brigham Young University. He is an active member of the United Way of Greater Milwaukee and actively supports Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee and Adoption Resources of Wisconsin.
Sr. Director, Information Security Websense
Lamont Orange is the senior director of information security for Websense, Inc. In this role, Orange is responsible for developing, maintaining and socializing the company’s internal security program. He also serves as a trusted security resource for Websense customers worldwide.
Orange has more than 15 years of experience in the information security industry. For more than 10 years, Orange was VP of enterprise security for Charter Communications. During his tenure, he was responsible for safeguarding enterprise information, computing assets, intellectual property and customer privacy, while providing data retention and compliance oversight.
Prior to Charter Communications, Orange served as senior manager for security and technology services at Ernst & Young LLP. As the information security senior manager, he directed technical infrastructure diagnostics, and oversaw the assessment, design and implementation of security and information technology solutions.
Orange received his bachelor’s degree in computer science from the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
SVP & CTO PDS
Austin Park serves as SVP and CTO of Paragon Development Services (PDS), where he is responsible for architecting a cohesive strategy for the organization. He directly oversees research and development, consulting services, and project execution. He also oversees the development of the company's cloud offerings, including the cloud extension center.
Park joined PDS in 2004 as VP of infrastructure services. In this role, he built out new advanced technology solutions and organized the services group to build strong technical depth in the company's core disciplines. He was promoted in 2007 to CTO, at which time he began managing PDS technology competencies and service operations.
Prior to PDS, he held various management and consulting roles in the IT industry, including EVP and CTO at MBT, Inc. Park currently sits on the North American Partner Advisory Board for VMware, HP Executive Channel Advisory Panel for HP ESSN, and Cisco North America Channel Advisory Board. He also volunteers his time to act in an advisory capacity to local community technical colleges in curriculum development.
Jonas Prising is president of ManpowerGroup and oversees all aspects of the company’s $12 billion business in North, Central and South America and Southern Europe. He was named ManpowerGroup president in 2012 and previously held the position of executive vice president and president of the Americas since 2008.
Prising joined ManpowerGroup in 1999 and has served as managing director of Manpower Italy; director of Manpower Global Accounts — Europe, Middle East and Africa; and president of North America.
A recognized expert in labor market trends, diversity and workforce development, Prising is regularly invited to speak at conferences and summits. He is frequently asked to provide commentary on jobs and employment trends on national and international media.
Before joining Manpower, Prising worked for Electrolux, a Swedish multinational household and professional appliances manufacturer.
Prising is a former chairman of the board of directors of Junior Achievement USA and continues to serve on the boards of both the USA organization and JA of Wisconsin Inc.
Prising holds an MBAfrom the Stockholm School of Economics and has participated in executive programs at Stanford, INSEAD and Yale.
SVP Shared Services & CIO CUNA Mutual Group
Rick Roy is the CIO for CUNA Mutual Group, a $13B diversified financial services company headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin. Roy is responsible for the company’s technology strategy, software development, technology infrastructure, datacenter operations and information security. He is also a key leader in their merger and acquisition strategies. Under Roy’s leadership, CUNA Mutual IT is consistently recognized as an innovative leader in the application of business technology in the IT and financial services industries. His organization has been honored with multiple awards including the CIO 100, Insurance Networking News INNovator, Information Week 500 and InfoWorld 100.
As a regular keynote speaker and recognized editorial source, Roy has appeared in leading media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, NBC Nightly News, The Economist, CIO, InformationWeek, Insurance Networking News, and Insurance & Technology. In 2006, Insurance & Technology recognized him as one of the insurance industry Elite 8 Leaders. Roy holds an MBA from Marquette University and a bachelor's in management information systems from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has completed management programs at Harvard Law School and Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.
VP & CIO Oshkosh Corporation
Dave Schecklman is VP and CIO, a position he was appointed to in March 2013. Most recently, Schecklman served as VP of global information technology. In his current role, Schecklman oversees all aspects of information technology for the Oshkosh Corporation enterprise.
Since joining Oshkosh Corporation in 1995, Schecklman has had roles of increasing responsibility within information technology including program director for Oshkosh’s ERP program at McNeilus, director of information technology at McNeilus, as well as various roles at Pierce Manufacturing, Oshkosh Defense and Oshkosh Corporate.
Schecklman earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration in management of information systems and computer science from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
Executive Director, Global IT Risk Management Johnson Controls, Inc.
Daniel Schumacher is the executive director of global IT risk management at Johnson Controls with responsibilities covering the company's worldwide IT security, disaster recovery, and data privacy functions. Previously, Schumacher was the director of IT audit and compliance at Johnson Controls. Prior to joining Johnson Controls, he was a senior manager in PwC's Systems and Process Assurance practice working with clients in the Milwaukee and Chicago area. He has served companies in a broad range of industries providing services supporting external audits, internal audits, risk management projects and SAP implementations.
Schumacher is a Certified Information Systems Auditor and holds a bachelor’s of business administration from St. Norbert College. His international experience includes expat assignments in Germany and France and managing teams across the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific regions.
CIO & VP, Operational Excellence Joy Global Inc.
As CIO and VP of operational excellence, Mark Shaver is responsible for IT development and accountability for excellence in all processes for every functional department and operations at Joy Global. For the past 19 years, Shaver has held various global roles related to sales, global processes and SAP implementation. Prior to his appointment as CIO in 2012, he was director of operations in Australasia, managing five manufacturing facilities. Shaver has been with the company for 32 years and is a member of the Joy Global senior management team.
In 2011, Shaver was featured in a CIO magazine article titled “Focus on CIO for 2011” for his views on IT leading business with metrics and solutions, and again in Forbes’ 2012 “The Rise of an Underground CIO” piece. Shaver received his B.A. from West Virginia University.
Author Building a Magnetic Culture
Kevin Sheridan is chief engagement officer of Kevin Sheridan, LLC and the founder and CEO of HR Solutions, a human capital management consulting firm specializing in employee engagement survey and exit survey design, implementation, analysis, and results. In addition to co-founding three successful, survey-related organizations, Sheridan consulted for some of the world’s largest corporations, earning him several distinctive awards and honors including Human Resource Executive Magazine’s “HR Product of the Year” award for the creation of HR360™.
Sheridan is the author of the New York Times best-seller "Building a Magnetic Culture" and "The Virtual Manager." His work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, USA TODAY, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, Crain's Chicago Business, and Human Resource Executive, and his research has been broadcasted by CBS, Fox, and WGN. More information about Sheridan's thought leadership can be found on his website at http://kevinsheridanllc.com/.
Sheridan holds an MBA specializing in managerial decision-making and strategy, human resources management, and organizational behavior from Harvard Business School.
CISO GE Healthcare
Krishnan Srinivasan is the CISO for GE Healthcare (GEHC). In this capacity he is responsible for driving information security globally. Srinivasan joined GEHC in 1999 as an intern and for the last 10 years, has had assignments as programmer, integration and performance architect with engineering platforms and DR leader. Prior to his current role, Srinivasan was the client leader for GEHC where he was instrumental in putting controls around software compliance and leading the asset lifecycle management.
Srinivasan holds a master’s degree in computer engineering and a bachelor's degree in computer science.
IT Threat Strategist RSA, The Security Division of EMC
Eric Thompson is the IT threat strategist for RSA. Formerly, Thompson led Capital One’s customer-facing digital security strategy and roadmap team, responsible for managing the enterprise-level process and controls, protecting customers' assets and privacy. While at Capital One, he designed and implemented a layered security strategy delivering risk-based controls across a multitude online and mobile servicing applications used by more than 30 million customers. Thompson has been an active thought leader and visionary, partnering on security efforts across the financial services industry for years in cross-functional working groups, such as the eFraud Global Forum and FS-ISAC.
Prior to his security role at Capital One, Thompson worked in product management and marketing analytics at a variety of organizations ranging from start-up to Fortune 200 companies. In his early career, he served in the US Army in both intelligence and logistics roles until 2000.
He holds bachelor's degrees in russian and international relations from the University of California, Davis and an MBA from the University of California, Irvine's Paul Merage School of Business with an emphasis on marketing and technology.
VP Multichannel Commerce & CIO Red Wing Shoe Company, Inc.
Joe Topinka is CIO of Red Wing Shoe Company. As a valued member of executive management teams, Topinka contributes seasoned, broad-based perspectives and pragmatic, cost-effective IT strategies and solutions. He is also the founder of CIO Mentor, LLC, a consultancy focused on helping companies leverage the power of technology to achieve profit-driven business results.
Prior to joining Red Wing, Topinka was CIO of RSM McGladrey, the fifth largest accounting firm in the U.S. He was responsible for the firm’s IT strategy and operations and also served on the firm’s senior leadership team, which led numerous strategic initiatives.
Topinka also served as CIO for BNY Clearing Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of New York. His accomplishments include establishing the information technology function for BNY Clearing Services by creating business-oriented solutions for internal
and external customers. He also developed and implemented an e-commerce strategy and executed one of the first web-based brokerage workstations in the industry.
Topinka’s IT career began at Metavante, Inc., a major financial services and software provider headquartered in Milwaukee. As a business unit manager, he was responsible for developing software solutions for commercial banks.
Author & Thought Leader Reality-Based Leadership
Cy Wakeman is a dynamic, well-respected national keynote speaker with an uncanny ability to quickly diagnose group interplay and tailor strategies to exactly fit the goals of the client organization. She is a well-known thought leader and is featured as an expert blogger for FastCompany.com. She is also a contributing author or featured expert to a variety of magazines, newspapers and online publications including Pink Magazine, Women’s Health and the New York Post. Her book, “Reality-Based Leadership,” is receiving rave reviews across the nation.
Wakeman has a unique background that combines four successful business start-ups with 18 years working and consulting in a variety of arenas including manufacturing, government, high-tech and healthcare. With expertise in leadership and change management principles, she has ensured the business readiness for multimillion-dollar ERP and IT project implementations. She created management development programs, provided executive coaching and conducted business process re-engineering.
Wakeman holds a bachelor’s degree in political science with an emphasis in international relations and a degree in social work. She also received an M.S. in health administration with an emphasis on organizational development.
CISO Oshkosh Corporation
Mike Warner is the CISO for Oshkosh Corporation. He works with executive management across the corporation to determine acceptable levels of cyber security risk. His office is responsible for establishing and maintaining a corporate-wide information security program. Over the last three years, he has led the successful effort to increase the corporation’s cyber security maturity, balancing government and commercial information assurance requirements. His office is continually identifying and evaluating cyber security risks, creating policies and security controls, conducting security audits and ensuring compliance across the enterprise.
Warner joined Oshkosh Corporation in 2004 and has held various positions of increasing responsibility, leading efforts to “standardize, modernize and centralize” the enterprise IT infrastructure. He has also held senior leadership positions at the Fire and Emergency business segment, corporate shared services and corporate IT infrastructure groups.
Warner holds a B.S. from the U.S. Naval Academy and an M. S. from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. He also has numerous IT certifications and is a licensed professional engineer.