CIO Moves this week include:
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Kimberly-Clark Corporation [DALLAS] (NYSE: KMB) announced that Suja Chandrasekaran has been named chief information officer. Most recently, Ms. Chandrasekaran was senior vice president, global chief technology officer and chief data officer at Walmart Stores Inc. Prior to Walmart, she was the global CIO for The Timberland Company. Earlier in her career, she held various IT leadership positions including chief technology officer at PepsiCo and chief information officer, transformation – Americas at Nestle AG.
Adobe [SAN JOSE, Calif.] (NASDAQ: ADBE) named Cynthia Stoddard as senior vice president and chief information officer effective June 13. Most recently, she was chief information officer and senior vice president at data storage and management company NetApp. She previously held a number of information technology and technical leadership positions at supply chain, retail and technology companies including Safeway Inc. and APL Limited.
Impinj [SEATTLE, WA] announced that Theresa Wise has joined its board of directors. Wise is an information technology veteran who served as senior vice president and chief information officer for Delta Airlines from 2008 to 2016. She announced her retirement from Delta earlier this year.
Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc. [NOVI, Mich.] (NYSE: CPS) announced the appointment of Susan Kampe, chief information officer (CIO). Most recently, Kampe served as managing partner and founder of Zang Consulting LLC. Kampe also held a variety of automotive IT executive roles with Johnson Controls and Meritor (formally Arvin Meritor) for more than 10 years, as well as served as director, IT strategy and development for Ford Motor Co. and CEO at Boston-based Fleetscape.com.