The global chief information officer at Deutsche Bank, Kim Hammonds, has been named to Red Hat’s board of directors.
The appointment of Hammonds, who also is co-head of group technology and operations at Deutsche Bank, was announced Monday by the Raleigh-based open source software company.
Hammonds, who joined Deutsche Bank in late 2013, previously was chief information officer at Boeing, where she also led a program which used information technology “to transform airplance manufacturing production and boost company revenues,” accordint to Red Hat. Her career of more than 25 years also includes stints at Dell and Ford Motor.
Hammonds has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Western Michigan University.