The Top 100 CIOsBy CIOinsight | Posted 06-01-2001
The Top 100 CIOs
Here are numbers 100-76 on our list.
The Top 100 CIOs - '#100'
Ed Trainor - Amtrak Amtrak veteran returns to the rail operator after long career at Paramount
The Top 100 CIOs - '#99'
John West - CSX President of IT business unit of railroad transportation company
The Top 100 CIOs - '#98'
John Sullivan - ACS A risk taker for the American Chemical Society; former CIO of AARP
The Top 100 CIOs - '#97'
Robert Davidson - Tiffany & Co. Centrally controlled IT helps company boost profits
The Top 100 CIOs - '#96'
John W. Von Stein - The Options Clearing Corp. Joined OCC in 2004 and is responsible for all OCC technology services; former vice president of IT at Cargill
The Top 100 CIOs - '#95'
Daryl Morey - Houston Rockets Assistant GM of the NBA's Rockets and former CIO of the Boston Celtics; is on the forefront of using technology to increase profit potential of team
The Top 100 CIOs - '#94'
Dan Drawbaugh - University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Aggressively rolling out e-records plan to its 19 hospitals
The Top 100 CIOs - '#93'
David Bergen - Levi Strauss Responsible for the development and implementation of global technical standards and processes that allow employees to share relevant, secure information and technology throughout the company
The Top 100 CIOs - '#92'
Meg McCarthy - Aetna Wrestled with integration of incompatible computer systems that led Aetna to underprice some services and overpay some accounts
The Top 100 CIOs - '#91'
Gene Batchelder - ConocoPhilips Manages IT across 30 countries at the $189 billion oil company, which is No. 3 behind Exxon Mobil and Chevron
The Top 100 CIOs - '#90'
Frank Boncimino - Time Warner Cable Major focus on integration of technical architectures and communications networks to support back-office, customer care and order management solutions
The Top 100 CIOs - '#89'
Bill Homa - Hannaford Bros. Built superfast data network
The Top 100 CIOs - '#88'
Joel Manfredo - The Irvine Company Expanding the role of the CIO to green technology for building management systems
The Top 100 CIOs - '#87'
Steven Cooper - American Red Cross Was the first CIO of the Department of Homeland Security
The Top 100 CIOs - '#86'
Michael Laddon - Longs Drugs Driving efficiencies through supply chain and store locator systems
The Top 100 CIOs - '#85'
Roland Etcheverry - Champion Technologies Led storage virtualization at the chemical company, resulting in big savings
The Top 100 CIOs - '#84'
Mahvash Yazdi - Edison International Merging technology and utilities for a green plan
The Top 100 CIOs - '#83'
Steve Peltzman - Museum of Modern Art Responsible for installing new technology infrastructure in museum expansion, including wireless access, installation of LCD displays and deployment of handheld devices for museum goers; this had t
The Top 100 CIOs - '#82'
Amy Berkowitz - CBS Oversees IT initiatives that support the strategic mission of the organization, from broadcast television to cable to Internet and publishing
The Top 100 CIOs - '#81'
Yevette Tierney - eSpeed Up-and-coming; named CIO of eSpeed in February; Tierney was previously responsible for software development of systems, applications and the technology platform of Bloomberg television, radio and multimedia ser
The Top 100 CIOs - '#80'
Ed Anderson - Peace Corps An experienced senior executive, recently serving as vice president and CIO for AmeriChoice Health Services; he is an expert in strategic planning, process management and IT value assessment; was vice presiden
The Top 100 CIOs - '#79'
Tsvi Gal - Deutsche Bank Asset Management A longtime bank CIO, he led the deployment of the first Internet banking system
The Top 100 CIOs - '#78'
Bill Godfrey - Elsevier Led implementation of content management systems and Web 2.0 technologies at Dow Jones; now helping Elsevier push content to th
The Top 100 CIOs - '#77'
Bob Bongiorno - ADP Using Web services to create a unified customer experience
The Top 100 CIOs - '#76'
Mike Prince - Burlington Coat Factory Embraced VLDB (very large database) technology early on; one of the longest-tenured CIOs out there