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Crowley appoints Erika Graziuso as Chief Information Officer
Fri, 28th Oct 2022
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Erika Graziuso has been appointed as Chief Information Officer.

Crowley says this appointment marks a key step in its commitment to providing customers with efficient and sustainable digital solutions, supporting supply chain integrity and maintaining global competitiveness alongside its partners.

In her role, Graziuso will lead Crowley's information technology and digital transformation strategy with a key focus on digital solutions, cybersecurity and responsible data management.

"Erika brings a demonstrated track record of driving innovation that helps corporations prepare for the opportunities and challenges of today and tomorrow," says Tom Crowley, Chairman and CEO, Crowley.

"As Crowley expands its technological capabilities to exceed the demands of a constantly changing landscape, Erika's mastery of leading global teams in diverse markets will help us realise our full potential through leveraging technology and digital transformation."

Graziuso previously served as Global Chief Information Officer for LHH, a human resources solutions firm, and Group Senior Vice President of Technology, both under The Adecco Group.

There, she led the development of digital transformation efforts, resulting in digital solutions to support new market trends. Graziuso has also previously served as Cluster Head Western and Southern Europe for Deutsche Bank Group Technology & Operations for Investment Banking and was responsible for optimising and scaling the adoption of new processes and technologies.

Graziuso holds a master's degree in financial institutions from Bocconi University in Milan, Italy, and completed the Global Leadership Program at ISEI Business School in Shanghai, China.