Jo Graham, CIO of Boohoo.com and CIO of the Year at the 2022 Women in IT Awards UK, spoke to Information Age about the keys to success in her role, and promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in tech
As the chief information officer at online fashion retailer Boohoo.com, Jo Graham has taken a people-focused approach to leadership in the ever competitive e-commerce space. Having overcome supply chain and personal challenges to help navigate the organisation through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, Graham delivered 140 projects during the first two years of the pandemic, as well as overseeing a business continuity plan to ensure resilience against threats to operations.
The tech leader was awarded with the accolade of CIO of the Year at the recent Women in IT Awards UK, and has demonstrated a keen focus and desire towards investing in a talent pool entrenched in diversity, equity and inclusion.
Graham spoke to Information Age about how she puts across her tech vision at Boohoo.com, the keys to ensuring DEI in the tech industry, and closing the skills gap in tech. You can watch the discussion below.
This interview is being presented in the lead-up to the 2022 Women in IT UK Summit, happening on the 19th May 2022. You can register your interest in attending the event here.
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