Warren Kudman

Board Vice-Chair

Warren Kudman is a global IT executive with over 20 years of experience in aligning enterprise-wide IT strategy and programs with business strategy. He is currently the Chief Information Officer of Turner Construction, a North America based international leader in construction services with revenues over $10 Billion. As CIO, Warren is responsible for all aspects of Turner’s information technology strategy, operations, and support across Turner’s global network.

Prior to joining Turner, Warren was Chief Information Officer of Sealed Air Corporation, a world leader in food and industrial packaging solutions. During his time as CIO, Warren also led the Integration Program for Sealed Air’s acquisition of Diversey, a $3 billion global entity.

Warren also spent six years with McKinsey & Company in the New York, New Jersey, and Copenhagen offices. During this time, he advised clients in market strategy, information technology strategy and management, operations improvement, and sales force productivity in the transportation, financial services, telecommunications, and pharmaceutical industries.

Warren is a mentor for the Masters in Technology Management degree program at Columbia University, providing guidance and support for degree candidates. Warren is on the Advisory Board of IT Central Station, a social network where IT professionals share their experience and expertise on a wide range of IT products and services, and is also a co-chair on the Governing Body for the annual NJ CIO Executive Summit. In 2013, Warren was recognized as a Computerworld 100 Premiere CIO.

Warren holds a BS in Computer Science from Lehigh University and an MBA in Finance from New York University.

Warren lives in New Jersey with his wife Judy, who is in the middle of a career transition in to nutrition/dietetics. Together they have raised 3 wonderful boys who have all benefitted from participation in the performing arts. Seeing the positive impact and joy the arts brings to children is what brought Warren to New York City Children’s Theater.

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