Ian Law appointed as Chief Digital Transformational Officer.
Story and photo courtesy Airports
Airports: On May 9, Ian Law was appointed Chief Digital Transformation Officer for Airports. Chief Executive Officer Justin Erbacci made the appointment.
Law will oversee Airports’ Information Management and Technology Group and Guest Experience and Innovation. Prior to his appointment at Airports, he served as Chief Information Officer at San Francisco International Airport, where he led the award-winning Information Technology team. During the pandemic, he led industry initiatives to enable public access to important airport-related COVID-19 information at more than 300 airports worldwide and spearheaded an effort with international airports and airlines to make airport COVID-19 testing and vaccination services information more accessible to passengers.
Law previously also held several external advisory and consultancy roles at the U.K. government, focused on technology procurement and public service reform and transformation. He led outsourcing and supply chain advisory businesses at KPMG U.K., working with international clients. Law serves as vice-chair of Airport Council International World’s Airport Information Technology Standing Committee. He previously served on the International Air Transport Association’s working group on autonomous vehicles and airport automation. He is an industry contributor on the American Association of Airport Executives’ Airport Consortium on Customer Trust Program.
Law has a bachelor of science degree in computer science from University College Cork, Ireland, and an MBA from Cranfield School of Management, England.
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