1) Mary Doyle, CTO and Vice President for Information Systems, Washington State University.
As the VP for IS, Ms. Doyle "is responsible for leading the policy, planning, development, deployment, operation, and maintenance of resources comprising the institution's core technology infrastructure."
AS CTO she "provides vision and leadership for the achieving the goals of the University Strategic Plan through the management of information technology resources. The Vice President is responsible for the development, implementation, and monitoring of the university Information Technology Strategic Plan."
Web Page: http://infotech.wsu.edu/vpis/
2) Dr. Lisa Bergman, CTO and co-Founder, Orielle
"As chief technology officer, Leah Bergman is responsible for extending Orielle's sphere of computational expertise into the physical and materials science domains, as well as ensuring the highest technical quality of Orielle's research and development efforts."
Web Page: http://www.orielle.com/management/management.htm#bergman
3) Dr. Rita Schnipke, CTO, Blue Ridge Numerics
Dr. Schnipke "directs the development of proprietary technology and new numerical methods to insure CFdesign customers have the most powerful fluid flow and heat transfer tools in the world."
Web Page: http://www.cfdesign.com/CompanyInfo/ExecutiveTeam.asp
4) Rosalie Deane, CTO, Capital and Credit Merchant Bank
Ms. Deane "has overall responsibility for the development of the technology process and ensures that the Bank and its related companies have an integrated information management system to support their operations and strategies to achieve the optimum in productivity gains, value added product enhancements and customer service delivery."
Web Page: http://www.capital-credit.com/corp_people.php3#Rosalie%20Deane
5) Dr. Melody Mayberry-Stewart, CTO, City of Cleveland
Dr. Mayberry-Stewart "is responsible for developing, implementing and supporting Information Technology (IT) strategies to improve government services for the City of Cleveland. Her challenge is to produce an IT-savvy government that uses the latest technology to become operational, efficient, and effective."
Web Page: http://www.city.cleveland.oh.us/government/cabinet/biographies/mayberrystewart.html
6) Dawn Meyerriecks, CTO, Defense Information Systems Agency
Ms. Meyerriecks says, “I work with everybody. I look at the technology across the department and the technology that we field to our external military customers.” Meyerriecks also examines emerging technologies “to see when they become viable for large-scale deployment.”
Web Article: http://www.diversitycareers.com/articles/pro/decjan03/att_meyerriecks.htm