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ADT appoints Sigal Zarmi to company’s board of directors

ADT appoints Sigal Zarmi to company’s board of directors

BOCA RATON, Fla. —ADT Inc., a leading provider of security, automation, and smart home solutions serving consumer and business customers in the United States, announced the appointment of Sigal Zarmi to the company’s board of directors as an additional independent director.

“We are pleased to welcome Sigal to our board of directors,” said Marc Becker, ADT chairman of the board. “Her extensive experience in technology and transformation will be a tremendous asset to our board and the company as ADT enters its next growth phase and creates smarter security solutions to actively protect people in ways that haven’t even been imagined.”

“I am thrilled to be joining the board of ADT,” Zarmi noted. “It is an exciting time for ADT as it introduces truly innovative cloud, AI [Artificial Intelligence] and ML [Machine Learning] solutions to the smart home security industry.”

Zarmi, 57, is managing director, international chief information officer and the global head of transformation at Morgan Stanley. In that capacity, she is charged with setting the vision, strategy and execution for driving an agile culture, innovation and digital transformation in cyber, data and technology across Morgan Stanley. As international CIO, Zarmi manages a diverse global technology footprint outside the U.S., optimizing the organization, platforms, systems and processes for a complex global bank. She also sits on the bank’s EMEA operating committee.

Prior to Morgan Stanley, she was a partner at PwC where she led a global digital transformation while serving as vice chairman, global and U.S. CIO, and was instrumental in designing and implementing new innovative technologies.

Zarmi served on the board of Alfresco Inc., a leading digital business platform company, and as an advisory board member to both Nutanix, a global leader in cloud software and a pioneer in hyperconverged infrastructure solutions, and Nuvo Cares, an emerging leader in maternal-fetal health through new technology, tools and practices.

She also serves with the non-profit organizations Society of Information Management as a board member and as an advisory board member with Ability Beyond. In addition, Zarmi is an advocate for women in technology by providing mentorship to aspiring entrepreneurs and technologists


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