Business leader; former Federal Chief Information Officer - United States of America
Suzette Kent is a global business transformation executive and, most recently, served as the Federal Chief Information Officer for the United States. Appointed by the President in January 2018, Kent served until July of 2020. Kent’s career has included leadership roles ranging from partner at Accenture and EY, to president of consulting at Carreker Corporation (FiServ), to managing director at JP Morgan. She currently leads her own advisory business continuing strategic transformation work with clients around the world, across industries and in the public and private sectors. Throughout her career her focus has always centered on technology modernization, cybersecurity, digital enablement and ways that technology can be leveraged to solve business challenges. Suzette is a strategic advisor to multiple organizations, is on the board of Directors of Hancock Whitney Bank, and a National Board member of the LSU Foundation
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