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Most Influential Women in UK IT 2016: Entrants to the Hall of Fame
3. Jane Moran
Global CIO at Unilever Jane Moran was the first winner of the Computer Weekly Most Influential Woman in UK IT list when it was launched in 2012.
At the time, Moran was the CIO for Thomson Reuters, where she actively participated in the Thomson Reuters Women's Network, Women in Technology International and the National Center for Women in Technology.
Now, alongside her
duties as CIO of Unilever
participates in the Anita Borg Institute
and Brown University's
Advisory Committee for Computer Science and IT.
Moran also sits on the CIO council for Salesforce.com, Workday and SAP, actively participating in the IT community, and is an advocate for leadership skills and ensuring more women consider a technology career.
In 2014, Moran
placed first on the annual Computer Weekly UK Tech 50 list, a showcase of the top movers and shakers in the UK IT industry.
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This year Jane Moran, CIO of Unilever took away the award for the most influential person in UK IT.
1. Jane Moran, Global CIO, Unilever - UKtech50 2014 - The most influential people in UK IT
1. Jane Moran, Global CIO, Unilever
took over as CIO
of consumer goods giant Unilever
in June 2014, after four years as global CIO
at Thomson Reuters
is involved with some of the most innovative technology developments in industry - internet of things, 3D printing and a new programme to fund and work with tech startups.
is also a major supporter of efforts to encourage more women into IT - in 2012 Computer Weekly readers voted her
as the most influential woman in UK IT that year.
is helping to reshape one of the UK's most important companies for the digital world.
1. Jane Moran, CIO, ...
1. Jane Moran, CIO, Unilever.
Jane Moran took over as CIO of consumer goods giant
Spinks Snapshot - Girls night out......with the Top 25 Most Influential Women in UK IT
The event recognised the Top 25 Most Influential women in IT and announced the winner: Jane Moran, global CIO, Thomson Reuters.
An enjoyable opportunity to meet with women across the tech space from start-up CEOs and CTOs in major tech firms to IT Directors in major public sector departments, it was also a great tribute to women's tech achievements past and present from Dina St Johnston, (founder of Vaughan the world's first software firm), through Steve Shirley to this year's nominees and the deserving winner Jane Moran, CIO at Thomson Reuters.