Timothy Campos is the CIO at Facebook where he heads information technology. Previously he was CIO at KLA-Tencor where he was responsible for IT strategy and delivery for all of KLA-Tencor's Information Services. Mr. Campos' background includes 15 years of industry experience in both Information Technology and Software Engineering roles with an emphasis in global applications, multimedia and distribution systems. Prior to KLA-Tencor he held management positions at Portera Systems and Silicon Graphics as well as software engineering roles at both Silicon Graphics and Sybase.
CIO, The Clorox Company
Ralph Loura, Vice President and CIO at The Clorox Company, is responsible for the company’s worldwide use of information technology. In his role, Mr. Loura leads the global IT organization and directs the company’s strategic technology initiatives. Prior to joining Clorox, Mr. Loura served as SVP IT and Operations for Medicis, CIO for Symbol Technologies, and held IT leadership positions at Cisco Systems, Lucent Technologies, and AT&T.
CIO, Citrix Systems
Paul Martine is the CIO and V.P. of Operations of Citrix Systems, a position he’s held since January 2007, where he leads the World Wide Information Technologies as well as the Real Estate and Facilities departments. In Paul’s current role as the Vice President of the Worldwide Technical Services he led the department to a profitable growth business model, enabled true global support capability and introduced initiatives that are increasing customer satisfaction results. Prior to joining Citrix, Paul worked for AT&T Bell Laboratories and Lucent Technologies for 15 years in various roles including R&D, Sales and Service.
CIO, BMC Software
Mark Settle is the CIO of BMC Software, a position he has held since joining BMC in June 2008. He has also served as the CIO of four Fortune 300 companies: Corporate Express, Arrow Electronics, Visa International and Occidental Petroleum. Mark has worked in a variety of industries including consumer products, high tech distribution, financial services and oil and gas. During the early stages of his career, he was the director of a systems integration business unit within Hughes Aircraft Company.
David Smoley is Senior Vice President and CIO of Flextronics, a position he has held since December 2006. Leading IT publication, InformationWeek recently ranked David as one of the top 50 Global CIOs -- IT Leaders Changing the Business World. Prior to Flextronics, he served as Vice President and CIO of Honeywell's Aerospace Electronics Systems. David’s extensive IT career also includes management positions with General Electric including the position of Director and Chief Information Officer for GE Power Controls in Barcelona, Spain.
CIO, Electronic Arts
Mark Tonnesen is Senior Vice President and CIO at Electronic Arts, where he focuses on innovating rapidly and reinventing business process from the ground up in order to deliver products as quickly as possible. Prior to EA, Mr. Tonnesen was Senior Vice President and CIO at McAfee, where he led a worldwide team responsible for the development and deployment of technology solutions, along with supporting the infrastructure for McAfee’s over $1B consumer security business. Prior to McAfee, Mr. Tonnesen was Vice President and CIO at Logitech and Vice President of IT at Cisco Systems. Mr. Tonnesen holds a B.S. in Marketing from San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, and an M.B.A. from Golden Gate University in San Francisco.
VP Engineering, E*TRADE
Justin White is Vice President of Software Engineering for E*TRADE Financial where he leads the Retail Online division, accountable for the software development responsible for E*TRADE’s brokerage, trading platform and 3rd party integration. Justin joined E*TRADE in 1998 and held engineering management roles throughout the company. Prior to joining E*TRADE, he held positions at Telepost, Canon R&D labs USA, HP and NetManage.