Connecting remote workforce employees was straight forward, but the biggest challenges now is that nobody wants to come into the office. How do executives incentivize employees to come in, at least once in a while, and keep them engaged, keep them feeling part of a team, keep them employed with your company? What are the strategies to inspire workforces through technology? How do you make sure that people’s voices are heard? How do you build collaboration capabilities that enable people to be just as efficient inside and outside the office? How do you decide when people get together? How do you make it easy for them to get together? In this roundtable session, you’ll share and learn from other IT executives so you can develop your strategy to keep staff employed with your firm and part of a winning culture.
Christopher Moretti has been an executive leader with Cigna since October, 2015 and is currently responsible for all infrastructure engineering Leading the Global Engineering & Infrastructure Services. In this role, Chris provides executive leadership over the teams that deliver Cigna’s voice & data networks, security engineering, contact center, database, compute, storage, information management, mainframe, cloud & devops.
Previous to Cigna, Chris spent 14 years at General Electric and its subsidiaries in various executive leadership roles supporting its insurance, consumer and commercial banking businesses. While at GE, Chris attended and graduated many of their prestigious management training classes including AIMC and EIMP. Most recently, Christopher was Managing Director of Global Networks for J.P. Morgan Chase & Company based in midtown Manhattan.
Chris started his career in IT performing many different hands on technical roles in client/server, network and security for various sized firms in the greater New York market including a period where he consulted for Greenwich Technology Partners.
Chris earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Connecticut and currently resides in Shelton, CT with his wife and 3 sons.
Cross functional customer and employee experience thought leader for 15+ years, focusing on areas of digital transformation and managing the intersection of customer experience, user experience, and employee experience. Passionate about building high performing teams through workplace culture development and employee engagement. Committed to the simplistic leadership philosophy that great leaders make people better – personally and professionally.
As Chief Information Security Officer at Collins Aerospace, Alexandra leads a diverse team of cyber strategy, defense and GRC professionals to protect the company’s digital infrastructure, operational technology and hosted services. Her team is focused on mitigating cyber threats, addressing global cyber compliance risk, and fostering a company-wide security culture. She is also a champion for Raytheon’s Women in Cybersecurity engagement and related DE&I initiatives to make our team feel like the right “home” for everyone.
Prior to joining Collins, Alexandra led Booz Allen Hamilton’s Commercial Aerospace and Automotive practices, building and overseeing multi-disciplinary teams to advise C-level clients on cybersecurity and digital transformation initiatives. Her work centered on helping manufacturers manage the convergence of cyber risk across their increasingly complex business ecosystem, including IT, OT and connected products. She focused on bringing together Booz Allen’s military heritage with commercial cyber expertise to drive cyber programs that bring the best of both worlds. She also supported technology, innovation and risk analysis initiatives across U.S. government clients. Alexandra helped lead Booz Allen’s Women in Cyber—a company-wide initiative to attract, develop and retain female cyber talent—and was a key contributor to the firm’s partnership with the Executive Women’s Forum. Throughout her tenure at Booz Allen, she was a critical driver of the team’s thought leadership, crafting messages to deliver unique market perspectives.