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CBF Special Section CBF Announcement Winners Press Release

Congratulations to our 2022 winners!




Leadership

Jim Fowler

Super Global

David Burns

Global

Sheryl Haislet

Large Enterprise

Matthew Kull


Enterprise

Greg Tacchetti

Large Corporate

Sallie Arnett

Corporate

David Blum

Super Global Finalists

David
Burns

Kristy
Folkwein

Brian
Rice

Steve
Zerby

Global Finalists

Sheryl
Haislet

Chris
Nehez

Kevin
Vasconi

Chandrasekhar
Yadati

Large Enterprise Finalists

Bob
Brizendine

Matthew
Kull

Sandra
Rapp

John
Rathje

Kimberly
Snipes


Devon
Valencia

Enterprise Finalists

Jay
Brown

Varadheesh
Chennakrishnan

Andy
Lehman

Harun
Rashid

Greg
Tacchetti

Large Corporate Finalists

Sallie
Arnett

John
Fleischer

Tony
Laska

Elbridge
Locklear

David
Seidl

Corporate Finalists

David
Blum

Venki
Rao

James
Wellman

Robert
Zahn

2022 Keynote

Fran Dramis

Fran has had four parallel business careers: The first as a senior executive and head of technology at 5 Fortune 500 companies and as a CEO and COO of two midsize companies. The second as a board member of eight midsize and emerging market companies. The third as an angel investor in over 30 companies. The fourth as an author, mentor and speaker. Dramis has been recognized as one of the nation’s top executives for his leadership and innovativeness in technology. Over his career, he has received many leadership awards, including: CIO Magazine’s CIO 100 Award, CIO Magazine’s Top 100 Leaders for the Next Millennium, Computerworld’s Premier 100 IT Leaders, and GeorgiaCIO Lifetime Achievement Award. 

Leadership Award Recipient

Jim Fowler, Nationwide (Jim Fowler)

As Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Nationwide, Jim Fowler is responsible for the company’s technology strategy, technology capabilities, and business innovation programs. Prior to joining Nationwide in 2018, Jim was CIO for General Electric, where he led the company’s global information technology strategy, services, operations, and internal digital transformation program. Prior to his 18-year career at GE, he held IT roles with NCR and Accenture.

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