Three chief information officers from General Motors, Ford and the Chrysler group, including two who made the 2005 Automotive News list of 100 Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry, announced in March that they're taking jobs outside the auto industry.
Info execs head for the exits
Marv Adams, 48, announced last week that he is resigning from Ford on April 21 and will return to the banking industry as chief information officer for Citigroup. Adams once worked for Bank One.
Maryann Goebel, 55, who was chief information officer for General Motors North America, left GM Friday, March 31, to become chief information officer at shipping giant DHL International. Before coming to GM, Goebel was chief information officer at Frito-Lay Inc.
Karenann Terrell, 45, chief information officer of the Chrysler group and Mercedes-Benz NAFTA, starts her new job Monday, April 10, as chief information officer of a medical-pharmaceutical company that has not been publicly identified.
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