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Mary Louise Krakauer Joins DXC Board of Directors; Mike Lawrie Comments

Mary Louise Krakauer

Mary Louise Krakauer, formerly executive vice president and chief information officer at Dell Corp., has been appointed to DXC Technology‘s (NYSE: DXC) board of directors.

She brings information technology, operations and human resources experience from multiple technology firms to the DXC board, the company said Thursday.

“Her experience and judgment will make an invaluable contribution in the pursuit of our mission to lead digital transformations for our clients.” said Mike Lawrie, DXC president, chairman and CEO.

Krakauer previously served as CIO and EVP of global business services at EMC and held various leadership positions at Hewlett-PackardCompaq and Digital Equipment.

She is also a board member at technology firms Xilinx (Nasdaq: XLNX) and Mercury Systems (Nasdaq: MRCY).

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