Ingram Micro's Gina Mastantuono named one of the most powerful women in technology

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Ingram Micro Inc. has announced that Gina Mastantuono, executive vice president, Finance for Ingram Micro, was named one of the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology for 2015 by the National Diversity Council. The National Diversity Council's list features female executives, influencers and achievers that are impacting the technology industry based on the following criteria:

  • Top leader in her organisation and profession
  • Directly contributes to business growth or strategic direction of the organization
  • Maintains a record of accomplishments in areas of expertise
  • Effective role model who inspires other women and is active in mentoring the next generation of female professionals in the industry
  • Operates with the highest integrity and ethical behaviour
  • Demonstrates a commitment to corporate citizenship

"Gina is a creative leader and forward thinker with the unique combination of deep financial expertise and a demonstrated ability to build teams and encourage staff development across the company," said Alain Monie, Ingram Micro chief executive officer. "Gina's strategic approach to finance and leadership is an asset to our organisation and we are proud to see her accomplishments recognized by the National Diversity Council."

Mastantuono was named to the 2015 list along with other leading women in technology from companies such as Apple, IBM, Microsoft, Yahoo and Xerox.

Mastantuono joined Ingram Micro in 2013 and is responsible for the global finance operations organisation, treasury and risk management activities, financial planning and analysis, accounting and reporting. She has more than 20 years of financial experience and has been a key contributor to Ingram Micro's senior executive team. She has been a leading force behind the development and implementation of new systems to support financial processes and analysis and has played a key role in supporting the company's execution against its strategic initiatives in mobility, advanced solutions, supply chain solutions and cloud.

"I am honoured to be recognised by the National Diversity Council and to join such a distinguished group of technology leaders," said Mastantuono. "Ingram Micro embraces and encourages a diversified workplace and I look forward to continuing to enhance the role and importance of women across all technology and business sectors."

The National Diversity Council issues its list of the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology every year. The list comprises leaders who directly contribute to the business growth or strategic direction of their organizations while operating with the highest integrity and ethical behaviour.


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