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Will be leading the information management and technology portfolio, linked tightly with the institution's strategic direction and mission
The World Bank has appointed Amy Doherty as its chief information officer (CIO) and vice president, information and technology solutions. In her new role, Doherty will lead the information management and technology portfolio, linked tightly with the institution's strategic direction and mission and will report to President Ajay Banga.
Doherty is a US national, who most recently served as chief operating officer at First Command Financial Services, an international financial services company that promotes financial security for America's military families. In this role, she led the transformation to agile business practices and an overall modernization of the technology architecture and infrastructure.
“Amy Doherty has demonstrated leadership in technology, transformation, and information security in both the public and private sector, and I am very pleased to have her join the World Bank Group as Chief Information Officer, Technology continues to push the frontier of possible forward just as the World Bank is evolving to be a better bank. Amy has a skill, and will play a critical role, to ensure the Bank is capturing the promise of the former to advance the latter”
Ajay Banga, President, World Bank