Member at Large
Deluxe Entertainment Services
Cindy McKenzie is Chief Information Officer for Deluxe Entertainment Services Group where she is responsible for IT strategy and planning, development, implementation and maintenance of technology-related functions and services for Deluxe Entertainment Services globally. Under her tenure, previously siloed IT and Security functions were centralized globally to better support Deluxe’s digital transformation, to improve service delivery and to support global workshare.
Prior to Deluxe, Cindy was the VP of Applications for Jacobs Engineering, a Fortune 100 Engineering and Construction firm, with over 70,000 employees globally. She was responsible for leadership and oversight of application services for all corporate, projects and field services systems and external websites globally. She was responsible for assimilating and restructuring multiple disparate application and data services teams to increase efficiencies and provide enhanced service delivery.
Before joining Jacobs, Cindy was the Managing Director responsible for PwC’s west coast entertainment, media and communications efforts focusing on IT strategy, technology, data and business intelligence advisory services. She was also responsible for PwC media technology joint business relationships with key partners such as Amazon Web Services.
Cindy also held senior level roles in the technology departments of Fox Entertainment Group, where she was responsible for IT shared services across the Fox companies and at Sony Pictures Entertainment where she was responsible for the technology support for the global and international Motion Picture and TV Production, SPE Studios, Visual Effects, Post Production, Digital Studio and Animation business units.
Cynthia is on the board of directors STEM Advantage, which is a non-profit which provides scholarships, internships and mentors to women and underserved communities in STEM related majors. Cynthia was honored in 2012 as one of Computerworld’s Premier 100 IT Leaders and in 2018 she worn the Advanced Imaging Society’s Technology Leadership Award.