Steve Phillpott, Bay Area CIO of the Year Public winner: His strategy to hit goals is to stay ahead of the ‘bad guys’

Steve Phillpott, Bay Area CIO of the Year Public winner: His strategy to hit goals is to stay ahead of the ‘bad guys’

Public Company Steve Phillpott Senior vice president and chief information officer Western Digital Corporation Residence: San Jose and San Diego Education: B.S., engineering, U.S. Naval Academy; MBA, technology management, University of Phoenix Year joined this company: 2013 Your biggest impact/success at your company: As CIO of Western Digital, I’ve faced a massive and unique challenge: Integrating three Fortune 500 companies into one Fortune 150 company. With this, I’ve implemented innovation…

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Dick Daniels, Bay Area CIO of the Year Private Company winner: With healthcare IT, Daniels connects Kaiser and patients

Dick Daniels, Bay Area CIO of the Year Private Company winner: With healthcare IT, Daniels connects Kaiser and patients

Private company Dick Daniels Executive vice president and CIO Kaiser Permanente Residence: Alamo Education: Bachelor’s of applied arts and sciences degree, Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University) Year joined this company: 2008 Your biggest impact/success at Kaiser Permanente: Building a strong and diverse team of IT professionals who are committed to enabling Kaiser Permanente to deliver on its mission to deliver high-quality affordable healthcare. I am executive sponsor…

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Tom Willerer, Bay Area CIO of the Year Innovation and Transformation winner, looks at big picture to inspire his teams at Coursera

Tom Willerer, Bay Area CIO of the Year Innovation and Transformation winner, looks at big picture to inspire his teams at Coursera

Innovation and Transformation Tom Willerer Chief product officer Coursera Residence: Los Gatos Education: Bachelor’s, business and marketing, Indiana University; master’s, new media studies, DePaul University. Year joined this company: 2013 Your biggest impact/success at Coursera: In my past three years, we’ve set out an innovative vision and strategy for what we want to achieve from a product perspective. We want to be the place people go for learning to transform their career. Part…

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Tom Willerer, Bay Area CIO of the Year Innovation and Transformation winner, looks at big picture to inspire his teams at Coursera

Sreelakshmi Kolli, Bay Area CIO of the Year Innovation and Transformation winner: The fine balance between information sharing and security

Sreelakshmi Kolli, Bay Area CIO of the Year Innovation and Transformation winner: The fine balance between information sharing and security

Innovation and Transformation Sreelakshmi Kolli Vice president, Information Technology Align Technology Inc. Residence: Fremont Education: Master’s, computer applications, National Institute of Technology, Trichy India Year joined this company: 2003 Your biggest impact/success at Align Technology: Building a strong team of technologists with good business acumen who get stuff done and thrive in an environment of shared responsibility of business outcomes. Together, we have created the next-generation…

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Julie Sullivan, Bay Area CIO of the Year Public Company winner: Responsibility for your data privacy is up to you

Julie Sullivan, Bay Area CIO of the Year Public Company winner: Responsibility for your data privacy is up to you

Public Company Julie Cullivan Executive vice president, business operations and CIO FireEye Executive vice president, business operations, and chief information officer Residence: San Carlos Education: B.S., finance, Santa Clara University Year joined this company: 2013 Your biggest impact/success at FireEye: My team helped to scale FireEye from a private company with $80 million in revenues at the end of 2012 to a publicly traded company with more than $700 million in revenue at the end…

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