Intro to 2008

Speakers already confirmed in this year's program are listed on the right. Check back periodically for additions and updates.

 


Alan Chhabra
Sr Director, Systems Engineering
Egenera

Andre V. Mendes
CIO
Special Olympics International

Andrew P. McAfee
Associate Professor
Harvard Business School
 

Bennett L. Gaines
VP - IT/Corporate Security, and CIO
FirstEnergy Service Company

Bill Adamowski
President, KPO
ISGN

Bill Corrigan
Director, Application Virtualization
Microsoft
 

Bill Oates
CIO
City of Boston

Bill Strecker
Partner
Flagship Ventures

Claudia Imhoff
President
Intelligent Solutions Inc.
 

Keith Dennelly
Chief Technology Officer
State Street Corporation

Clifford A. Tozier
Vice President,
IT Infrastructure & Operations Organization
Alcatel-Lucent

Cyrus (Chuck) Gibson
Senior Lecturer
MIT Sloan
 

Dave Fachetti
Managing Director
Globespan Capital Partners

David Schmittlein
Dean
MIT Sloan School of Management

Douglas Tracy
CTO
Rolls Royce
 

Erik Brynjolfsson
Schussel Professor
MIT Sloan

Esteban Herrera
Sr VP, Energy & Utilities
nGenera

Gerri Martin-Flickinger
CIO
Adobe Systems Incorporated
 

Glen Urban
David Austin Professor of Marketing
Chairman, MIT Center for Digital Business

Guillermo Kopp
Executive Director and Global Research Fellow,
TowerGroup

Imad Mouline
CTO
Gomez
 

Jeanne Lieb
CIO
FM Global

James Lin
CIO
Forbes.com

John Namovic
Global Lead for the Technology Sector, Strategy and Operations Principal
Deloitte Consulting LLP
 

James Noga
CIO
Massachusetts General Hospital

Joe Howard
Director, IT Systems
IDC

Jim Graham
Engagement Manager
McKinsey & Company
 

John Glaser
CIO
Partners Healthcare System

Joseph T. McCartin
SVP & CIO
National City Corporation

Jill Feblowitz
Practice Director, Business Technology Energy Insights
IDC
 

Kenneth Ouimet
CEO
MyWorld Investing, Inc.

Karan J. Sorensen
VP & CIO
Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research & Development L.L.C. & Centocor Research & Development, Inc.

Ken Theis
Director
Michigan Department of Information Technology
 

Mark Arian
Global Change Practice Leader
Towers Perrin

Marc Gordon
CIO
Bank of America

Mark Hall
President
William George Associates Ltd.
 

Maria Pardee
President of Global Integration
BT Design

Michael A. Cusumano
Professor
MIT Sloan School

Michael Schrage
Research Affiliate,
MIT Sloan School Center for Digital Business
 

Mike Adams
Executive Vice President and COO
Rogers Cable Communications Inc.

Mike Willis
Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Founding Chairman XBRL International

Molly ONeill
Assistant Administrator and CIO
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
 

Niraj Patel
Founder
Witmer LLC

Patrick Guay
EVP Global Sales & General Manager,
US Operations,Voltaire

Patrick Hymel
Vice President
Cardinal Health MedMined Services
 

Paul E. Gray
Former President of MIT

Peter Weill
Director, Center for Information Systems Research (CISR)
MIT Sloan Senior Research Scientist

Roald Marth
Co-founder & CEO
WhereToLive.com
 

Rob Ramrath
CIO
Bose

Ronald A. Williams
Chairman and CEO
Aetna

Rosalee Hermens
CIO
Timberland
 

Richard Maranville
CIO
FedEx/Kinkos

Richard E. Mickool
Executive Director and CTO
Northeastern University

Rebecca Henderson
George Eastman Kodak LFM Prof of Management
MIT Sloan
 

Shawn Banerji
Managing Director
Global Technology Sector
Russell Reynolds Associates

Shlomo Novotny
Chief Technology Officer
Vette Corp

Stuart McGuigan
Sr Vice President and CIO
Liberty Mutual Group
 

Stephen C Savage
Sr Vice President and CIO
CA, Inc.

Steve Karl
Principal
Performance Ridge Consulting

Steven E. Locke
Associate Professor of Health Sciences and Technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

Thomas W. Malone
Patrick J. McGovern Professor of Management
MIT Sloan School of Management

Viji Murali
VP, Information Services & CIO
Washington State University (WSU)

Speaker Opportunities:

For all MIT CIO Symposia we typically recruit speakers 2-4 months in advance. Speakers are primarily active, practicing CIOs of organizations. In addition, we recruit experts in certain fields (such as economists, lawyers, academics, government officials), depending on the conference theme and session content.

Conference themes and session topics are chosen by the MIT Sloan Alumni Club of Boston, the MIT Center for Digital Business and SIM Boston, in conjunction with members of our advisory team. Speakers who meet the above criteria are always welcome to submit any ideas, or suggest areas of expertise they'd like to talk about.

Vendors who are sponsors of the MIT CIO Symposium events are typically given the opportunity to have a speaker at concurrent breakout sessions, provided they relate to the overall conference theme. It's a wonderful way to participate in the event and interact with attendees.

For more information about speaking opportunities, please contact Gopi Bala or Michael Johnson, Co-Chairs, MITCIO 2008

This event is part of the CXO series produced by the MIT Sloan School of Management and the MIT Sloan Alumni Club of Boston. Please refer your finance colleagues to the MIT Sloan CFO Summit (www.mitcfo.com).