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Jennifer Moxon

General Manager, A/NZ Cloud

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Jennifer Moxon was appointed General Manager, A/NZ Cloud in March 2015. In this role Jennifer is responsible for developing and executing IBM’s Cloud strategy in A/NZ across the entire business. This key role is focused on helping clients transform their organisations to be more innovative and competitive.

In her prior role Jennifer had responsibility for IBM’s top Industry clients, contributing 65% of IBM A/NZ revenue. In this role, she focuses on relationship development on these accounts with an emphasis on bringing together key industry skill sets from across the IBM organisation to address client challenges including digital transformation while delivering market differentiating cloud, data and analytics, social and mobile solutions.

Jennifer was previously Vice President, Public Sector A/NZ, where she worked with departmental secretaries and executives, helping to improve the effectiveness of government policy and service delivery.  She assisted government agencies to leverage private and government networks and leverage into efficiency gains in governance, policy design and delivery.

In 2006 as Director of client industries, Jennifer laid the foundational work for transforming IBM’s strategic business relationship with a number of key clients. In her 25 years in the IT industry, Jennifer has held a number of senior roles with both IBM Australia and New Zealand. In 2009 Jennifer was appointed to the position of Managing Director of New Zealand. In this role, Jennifer developed a white paper for key New Zealand Ministers, which was used as input to the Productivity Commission Report for ways to improve productivity across Government.

Currently, she is the Chairperson for Diversity at IBM where she oversees the organisation’s policies and practices ranging across Women in Technology, People with Disability, LGBTI, Work Life Integration and Cultural Diversity. 

Jennifer is a graduate of Victoria University of Wellington with degrees in Business and Psychology. She has also completed postgraduate education at Harvard Business School and the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business.