Susan Doniz was appointed Global Chief Information Officer of Aimia in June, 2011. She is responsible for defining the global internal and external Information & Technology strategy to deliver innovation and growth across and within regions. Previous to this role she enjoyed a variety of leadership roles at Procter & Gamble such as leading a global transformational P&G strategy to ‘Digitize’ P&G from Concept Creation to Shopper; Global Shared Service executive for the $19 billion P&G Beauty & Grooming business for R&D, Product Supply and Sales; Global services leader across Purchasing, Planning, Global Master Data Shared Service, Business Intelligence & Analytics and the CIO & Shared Services (Business Analytics/Intelligence, Procurement, Project Management, Master Data, Consumer Relations, Financial Services & Accounting, Employee Services(Benefit, Payroll, Relocation, Travel), and Real Estate) leader for Procter & Gamble Canada. Susan has enjoyed various long assignments in both developed and developing markets and speaks various languages. Her roles have centered around business transformation. She has been often tapped to lead, create and deliver multifunctional strategies for top executives. Susan graduated from University of Toronto, Engineering and studied Graduate courses in Europe (Netherlands) and Executive Learning at Harvard. She has sponsored various cultural networks and speaks often at leadership and industry events. She has served on boards such as the CIO Association of Canada, Centre of Outsourcing & Research (CORE), Engineers without Borders and the Salvation Army National Board.