As Global CIO for Thomson Reuters, Jane Moran oversees an organization of 1,200 employees driving the strategy, implementation and support for the internal business systems applications and platforms that support prospect-to-cash activities, financial operations, sales management and global reporting.
Jane has been with Thomson Reuters since 2002 and has held a number of senior leadership roles including CIO of the Markets Division, CIO of Thomson Financial, and CIO of CCBN (a Thomson acquisition). Prior to Thomson Reuters, she consulted for a number of years on large-scale enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management system implementations and provided IT portfolio management expertise to financial institutions. Jane started her career as a developer, building financial portfolio management and trading software applications and platforms.
At Thomson Reuters, Jane leads the Women in Technology special interest group and co-sponsors Thomson Reuters' Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Friends Network. Jane is also a member of the Technical Executive Forum for the Anita Borg Institute of Women in Technology, and is a member of the Advisory Board of Women in Technology International (WITI). In December 2011, Jane was named by CIO Magazine, as number 3 in the top 100 ranking of CIO's in the UK. In April 2012 Jane was named by CNN as one of the top 10 most powerful women in technology.
Jane earned an MBA from Boston University and a BA degree from Brown University where she's currently a member of the Advisory Council on Computer Science and Information Technology. Additionally, Jane is a member of the CIO councils for Salesforce.com, SAP, and Workday.
Jane works and lives in London with her husband and two sons.