Chandy Ghosh is a well-respected CIO & Technology leader specializing in Digital Transformation.
She was formerly an Executive Partner at ThoughtWorks, a software-engineering company that seeks to revolutionize business by delivering disruptive technologies to address client’s toughest challenges.
Prior to this, Chandy was the Executive Vice President of Technology at Intrado, Longmont, Colorado, running 9-1-1 solutions, the nation’s Critical Infrastructure governed by the Dept of Homeland Security. Ms. Ghosh has served in several leadership positions including: VP, Customer Digital Strategy, CenturyLink; Global Head, Product Delivery at Johnson Controls/GWS; CIO, CQG & Principal Consultant at KPMG-BearingPoint.
Ms. Ghosh’s education includes Harvard Executive Development Program sponsored by U S WEST; Master of Process, Michael Hammer Program, Cambridge MA; Strategic Leadership, Center for Creative Leadership, Colorado Springs. She has CJIS certification & degrees in MBA, Information Systems & MS, Physics, Chemistry and Math.
Chandy is on the Board of HMG Strategy, Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame, SIM C-Suite Colorado & Colorado Technology Association’s Women-in-Technology.
Chandy is frequently invited to speak at industry events & is passionate being a Mentor supporting Diversity / Women in Technology:
- 2017, SIM Symposium Colorado, “BlockChain in the Digital World”
- 2017, 2016 Denver Business Journal, Mentoring Women as Colorado’s “40 Most Influential Women”
- 2017, Executive Women Connecting , sponsored by Morgan Stanley, “Eliminating Gender Bias”
- 2017, Extraordinary Women Radio Podcast, “Role Models for the Next Generation”
- 2017, Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame, “Inspirational Women” showcasing Temple Grandin, Diana Hall & Beth Walker
- 2016 Denver Business Journal nomination, “Outstanding Women in Business in Colorado”
- 2016, “Going Digital”, HMG CIO Conference
- 2016, Los Angeles CIO Executive Forum by Argyle & NCS-Madison
- 2015, Colorado Technology Association (CTA) Summit
Chandy remains committed to “luminating” the path for future industry leaders. She is especially passionate about mentoring women and minorities and serving as a role model for the next generation of technology women leaders. Chandy joined ThoughtWorks in 2016 when it won the award for Best Place to Work for Women in Technology.