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FlightSafety International makes two new appointments

Posted 31 August 2016 · Add Comment

FlightSafety International has announced that Ted Bowlds has been named chief information officer and Joe Warakomski has been promoted to deputy CIO.

Ted has more than three decades of experience leading strategy, planning, administration and organizational development for commercial and military organisations. He is experienced in the development of information technology systems and processes, cyber research and engineering management. Prior to joining FlightSafety Ted worked as a consultant to the aerospace industry


Joe joined FlightSafety in 2005 as business systems security manager. He was promoted to director, information security in 2008. Joe became Managing director, business systems in 2012 and has led FlightSafety’s technology and digital strategy as executive director of information technology since 2014.

 

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