Jim Noble was formerly managing director, Global Infrastructure Solutions, Merrill Lynch. In this position he was the senior IT executive for the company.
Before joining Merrill Lynch, Mr. Noble was vice president and CIO responsible for global information technology at Altria Group, the parent company to Kraft Foods, Philip Morris USA, Philip Morris International and Philip Morris Capital Corp. He was also the CEO of TecWorks LLC, the in-house shared services unit which helps serve Altria's subsidiaries with their IT demands. Before Altria, Mr. Noble was SVP and CIO at AOL Time Warner.
Prior to AOL Time Warner Jim had been with General Motors Corp, where he was based in Detroit as Chief Technology Strategy Officer, following his role as CIO of General Motors International, where he was responsible for all IT activities outside of North America.
Jim is a visiting lecturer at Columbia University, President of the NY Chapter of the Society for Information Management (SIM), and President-Elect of the SIM global organization.
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