Boeing Picks Susan Doniz for CIO Role

Susan Doniz, Boeing

Susan Doniz, Boeing

Boeing Co. has named Susan Doniz chief information officer and senior vice president of IT and data analytics, effective in May. She succeeds Vishwa Uddanwadiker. 

Doniz, who comes from Australian airline Qantas Group, “is a proven, customer-focused technology leader with extensive global experience across multiple industries, including commercial aviation,” said Boeing President and CEO David Calhoun.

She brings deep insight and skills to digital transformation, data analytics and artificial intelligence – all essential to our long-term growth strategy as well as our continuous drive for operational and safety excellence,” he added. 

In making the announcement, Calhoun also thanked Uddanwadiker for his service.

Vishwa demonstrated tremendous leadership, and we look forward to his continued significant contributions to the company,” Calhoun said. 

Doniz has served as Qantas Group chief information officer since January 2017, overseeing technology innovation, development and integration, digital capabilities and cybersecurity. She has more than 25 years of global technology leadership experience, including strategic roles at SAP, Aimia and Procter & Gamble.

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