Kim Hammonds is the former Global CIO of Deutsche Bank.
In her previous role as CIO of Boeing, Hammonds was responsible for the IT strategy, operations, processes, and more than 8,500 IT employees at the world's largest aerospace company. She also supported key IT related revenue generating programs and oversaw all aspects of information security for the company.
Hammonds joined Boeing in 2008 when she was named Vice President of the Boeing IT Business Systems organization. In this role, she managed application, development and maintenance activities in support of finance, human resources, internal services, sales/,arketing and Boeing Capital Corporation. Hammonds was also the Vice President of Boeing IT Infrastructure, where she was responsible for developing and maintaining solutions for the network, computing, server, storage, collaboration, and infrastructure technologies across the enterprise.
Prior to joining Boeing, Hammonds was director of Americas Manufacturing Operations at Dell, where she was responsible for global systems development for service logistics, supply chain and quality systems, and for IT production support for all 18 global manufacturing operations. Before joining Dell in 2007, Hammonds was with the Ford Motor Company for 16 years, where she held positions in product engineering, manufacturing, quality, marketing, and information technology leadership. Hammonds received an M.B.A. from Western Michigan University and a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan.
Hammonds is a member of the Society of Woman Engineers and the Executive Club of Chicago. She also serves as a member of the Chicago Mayor's Technology Advisory Council, the Computer Science Advisory Board for the Illinois Institute of Technology, and the Leadership Council of i.c.stars in Chicago. In 2011, she was named to the 'Women to Watch' list in Crain's Chicago Business. In 2012 Hammonds was recognized by Computerworld in its 2012 list of Premier 100 Information Technology Leaders and received a CIO 100 award from CIO Magazine. Additionally, under her guidance, Boeing was recognized as one of Computerworld’s 100 Best Places to Work in IT.