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Female CIOs: Part II

Lee Demby
Two weeks ago we published a list of Fortune 250 CIOs who are women, along with some thoughts about why you should care. This post generated record interest, so we are happy to continue this topic, by completing the list of female CIOs from companies numbered 251 through 500.

One note: we inadvertently left out Dell's new CIO, Adriana Karaboutis (Dell is ranked 41 on the Fortune list). We also heard about a couple of other CIOs who have moved on, so we corrected the Fortune 1-250 female CIO list. Thanks to all our eagle-eyed readers for helping us out.

Now for the Fortune 251-500 list:

261: Norfolk Southern, Deborah Butler

264: Huntsman, Maria Csiba-Womersley

272: Ashland, Anne T. Schumann

277: Caesars Entertainment Corporation, Katrina Lane

318: Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Holly J. Morris

324: Winn-Dixie Stores, Maura Hart

327: Eastman Kodak, Kim VanGelder

338: Peabody Energy, Lina Young

332: Darden Restaurants, Patti Reilly-White

360: CMS Energy, Mamatha Chamarthi

362: NiSource, Violet G. Sistovaris

393: Franklin Resources, Priscilla Moyer

453: Big Lots, Lisa Bachmann

454: Con-way, Jacquelyn A. Barretta

465: General Cable, Coco Taliaferro

Also note the companies that fell out of the Fortune 500 ranks in 2011 that also have female CIOs:

Molson Coors Brewing, Karen Alber

Asbury Automotive Group, Teresa Divine

Fiserv, Maryann Goebel

Northern Trust, Joyce St Clair

P.S. We are not perfect and despite our best efforts to keep this list up-to-date, often changes are made without a timely announcement. If you notice someone missing from this list or see an error, let me know by contacting me at Sharon@boardroominsiders.com.

Sharon Gillenwater

Founder, Principal and Editor-in-Chief

Boardroom Insiders

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