We have a very special #MillenniumLive episode for this week. Our Co-Founder, Alex Sobol, had the opportunity to interview our upcoming Digital Enterprise CIO & Data Keynote Speaker, Suzette Kent, on becoming the US Government’s first female CIO. Kent shares her wisdom on a number of topics, such as building the US technical workforce, digital transformation in both the public and private sector, and some of the challenges CIOs are facing today.
This podcast episode is available on Spotify or Apple.
About Suzette Kent
Suzette Kent is a global business transformation executive and, most recently, served as the Federal Chief Information Officer for the United States. Appointed by President Donald Trump in January 2018, Kent served until July of 2020. Kent’s career has included leadership roles ranging from partner at Accenture and EY, to the president of consulting at a Carreker Corporation (FiServ), to managing director at JP Morgan. She has worked with clients around the world, across industries and in the public and private sectors. Throughout her career, her focus has always centered on technology modernization, cybersecurity, digital enablement, and ways that technology can be leveraged to solve business challenges. Suzette is on the board of Directors of Hancock Whitney Bank, a National Board member of the LSU Foundation, and works with many entities as an advisor on business transformation initiatives. She is a frequent public speaker at Industry Forums, publisher of thought leadership, and holds patents in banking processes.
Join the Digital Enterprise & Data Assembly
Interested in listening to Suzette Kent’s keynote address on February 10th? Go here to RSVP! Digital Transformation involves ongoing exploration by today’s leaders, and our best advice is to not trek the journey alone. Our Digital Enterprise CIO Transformation Virtual Assembly on February 10-11 is set to be a groundbreaking opportunity for leaders to virtually connect on the current trends & challenges the industry is facing amid COVID-19.