Linda Jojo | Executive Vice President, Technology & Chief Digital Officer
United Airlines

Linda Jojo, Executive Vice President, Technology & Chief Digital Officer, United Airlines

Linda Jojo is executive vice president of technology and chief digital officer for United Airlines, responsible for strategy and operations of United’s technology platforms and infrastructure, as well as United’s mobile app, e-commerce and commercial web platforms.
 
Prior to this role, Linda held the position of executive vice president and chief information officer for Rogers Communications, Canada’s leading wireless, cable and media company. She has also served as the CIO for Energy Future Holdings Corporation and Flowserve Corporation. She began her career at GE.
 
Linda is a member of the Board of Directors at Exelon Corporation. She also participates on a variety of not for profit and educational boards. She has served as member of the Board of Trustees at the Adler Planetarium since 2015, and it’s Executive Committee since 2016. Since 2010, she has been a member of the Board of Trustees of the Rensselaer Alumni Association, and has been VP & Treasurer since 2015. She is a member of The Chicago Network, an organization of the leading women of Chicago’s business, professional, cultural, nonprofit and educational communities.
 
Throughout her career, Linda and her teams have been recognized by multiple organizations for technology leadership, including being named to Crains’ Chicago Business 2016 “Tech 50”, recognizing the top technology talent in Chicago.
Linda, who is married, holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a master’s degree in industrial engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Appearances:



Aviation Festival - Day 3 @ 09:00

How United’s technological innovations exemplify the convergence of man and machine, the path to autonomous mobility and global connectivity.

  • Autonomous trends among the aviation landscape in particular – and how technology, innovation and data are transforming both customer service and key hub economies.
  • The tools and applications that are shifting the airline industry as employees and customers gain greater control of the travel experience, especially within a connected world.
  • How the right technology can help companies connect people and provide the best possible customer experience.

Aviation Festival - Day 3 @ 09:30

What will be the key digital disruptions in the next 5 years and how will blockchain, AI, Machines Learning, data, Wi-Fi and intelligent retailing help shape the future of the industry?

  • What are the key potential touchpoints for artificial intelligence and how much of a priority will AI applications be for the airline industry by 2019?
  • Will blockchain live up to the hype and be the panacea for data exchange that the airline industry desperately needs?
  • Intelligent retailers – How can airlines start to become smarter with their offers and use digital to differentiate products and services?
  • What will the next generation of in In-flight connectivity and on-board entertainment services and products look like?
  • How can airlines effectively transition into digital companies that fly planes?
last published: 17/Aug/18 10:45 GMT

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