Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Nannette Cutliff is the Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Pacific Service in Walnut Creek, California. Cutliff provides strategic direction in the planning and delivery of technology solutions and related support activities enterprise-wide. She oversees all eBusiness related activities and delivery channels including security, host system operations, telecommunications, audit/compliance, enterprise risk management, conversions, vendor oversight, infrastructure design, record preservation, DR/BCP, merger/acquisition and system integration projects.
With extensive experience in technology management and consulting, Nannette has provided leadership for system design and integration projects in the aerospace, financial services and education sectors. Cutliff has a broad background in strategic planning, business-focused application software, change management and web-based business tools. Her foray into IT management grew from involvement with Savings & Loan start-ups, corporate operations and regulatory compliance. She has maintained a focus on providing cost-effective, efficiency driven business solutions enabled through technology innovation. Prior to Pacific Service, Nannette worked at Northrop Grumman as Vice President of Information Systems in Business Operations and Technology Management.
Nannette is a strong advocate of technology access and education for all and serves on the several youth-focused organizations Boards; Berkeley YMCA (IT Sub-committee chair), Project Soar of the University of California, East Bay, The First Tee of Oakland and is an international judge for Microsoft’s Imagine Cup Software Design competition. Nannette continues to partner with local schools and business organizations for financial support, computers, software, books and other resources needed to support our youth and other underserved groups. Additionally, she serves on several global boards including CIO Executive Programs, the Billion Minds Technology Leadership Foundation and the International Commission on Workforce Development (ICWFD). Nannette holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Marketing and Global Business Management, and additional educational studies in Psychology, Systems Management and Computer Science from UCLA, University of Phoenix and West Coast University, as well as, IT Governance certifications – Information Systems Management (CISM) and Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT).