Merchants Fleet is pleased to announce Senior Vice President & Chief Technology Officer Jeanine L. Charlton will be a panelist at AGENDA19, an immersive, interactive business leadership conference focused on driving businesses forward in changing times. Organized by IDG and CIO Magazine, AGENDA attracts a variety of business and technology leaders. This year’s event is being held March 18-20 at the Sawgrass Resort in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida and focuses on the theme “Winning With Digital.”
Charlton’s panel, “Building and Sustaining a Culture of Innovation and Change,” will discuss how organizations are building innovation into their cultures and creating environments where employees thrive. Other panelists include Christopher Mayer, EVP & Chief Innovation Officer at Suffolk Construction; Alex Pecoraro, Managing Director at TIAA; and Andrew Santacroce, VP of Technology Development at TMNA Services. The session will be moderated by AGENDA19 Conference Chair Anne McCrory.
“I have seen firsthand at Merchants Fleet how building innovation into company culture accelerates growth and improves client outcomes,” said Charlton. “I am honored to be included on the panel and look forward to sharing my experience building environments where employees are empowered to think differently and create long-term change.”
Over the past 25 years, Charlton has led significantly transformative IT and business operation projects at technology powerhouses DXC Technology, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Electronic Data Systems (EDS), and now Merchants Fleet. With a track record that includes developing services and solutions for the world’s largest, most secure intranet, and the world’s largest private satellite network, Jeanine knows what it takes to build, motivate and maintain problem-solving, goal-oriented teams. She joined Merchants Fleet as CTO in June 2018, providing strategic leadership for all of the company’s technology initiatives, including the company’s proprietary fleet management software, TotalView, and leading the company’s Chicago-based Innovation Center.