Digital transformation is on the mind of all CEOs today and to help move their organization further along their digital journey, they are hiring chief digital officers (CDOs). Here are 6 newly-minted one.
American International Group has appointed Michael Lewis as chief digital officer, reporting to Philip Fasano, executive vice president and CIO. Lewis is responsible for designing and delivering enterprise-wide digital capabilities and solutions focused on improving overall business performance, and enhancing the customer and employee experience.
Target has appointed Jason Goldberger as its chief digital officer and president, Target.com. In this newly created role, Goldberger is responsible for enhancing Target’s digital experiences and developing new digital capabilities.
Morgan Stanley has appointed Naureen Hassan as chief digital officer for Wealth Management, reporting to Jim Rosenthal, Chief Operating Officer.
In this new position, she leads the strategy and marketing of digital tools and platforms serving the firm’s 16,000 financial advisors and 3.5 million clients.
Digi Telecommunications has appointed Praveen Rajan as chief digital officer, reporting to CEO Albern Murty. Rajan heads a new division, Digi-X, responsible for constructing digitally adjacent businesses and competencies.
NPR has appointed Thomas Hjelm as chief digital officer, reporting to NPR President and CEO Jarl Mohn. It is a new position for NPR, focused on digital innovation and anticipating and reaching out to audiences wherever they happen to be and however they’re getting their news.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) has appointed Tom Andrus as chief digital officer and executive vice president, reporting to President and CEO Jonathan W. Simons, MD. Andrus oversees the foundation's increasing digital presence.