Young Park Joins D+H as Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer
IT veteran has strong expertise in leading technology delivery across multiple clients
TORONTO, Oct. 4, 2012 /CNW/ – Davis + Henderson Corporation (TSX: DH) announced today that Young Park has joined the company as Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, where she will be a member of the D+H Executive Committee and report directly to the CEO, Gerrard Schmid.
Ms. Park has more than 25 years of IT experience, most recently as Sector Vice President for Property & Casualty (P&C) Insurance at CGI Group, where she was responsible for business strategy, IT strategy, application development, and sales and service delivery for P&C clients in the Greater Toronto area. Prior roles at CGI included Sector Vice President, Systems Integration and Consulting Services where she was accountable for developing, managing and delivering both business and IT services and solutions within commercial and public sectors. Ms. Park began her career at Bell Northern Research and then Nortel, where she was a member of the scientific staff, and then worked at Bell Sygma as General Manger of Systems Development and at ReserveAmerica, where she was Vice President Information Systems and Technology.
Ms. Park holds a Bachelor of Math (Co-op Computer Science) from the University of Waterloo and has completed the Queen’s Executive Development program.
Her community involvement includes serving as a member of the board of directors of Markham Stouffville Hospital and the Toronto Region Immigration Employment Council (TRIEC) and as a member of the Campaign Cabinet for the United Way of York Region.
Founded in 1875, D+H is a leading solutions provider to the North American financial services marketplace, providing innovative technology-based programs, products and business services tailored to our customers’ needs. A deeply rooted tradition of developing and nurturing valued customer relationships and a broad set of integrated solutions position D+H for ongoing growth in our chosen markets. In 2011, D+H rose to 41st on the FinTech 100, a ranking of the top technology providers to the global financial services industry.
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SOURCE: Davis + Henderson Corporation