Cushman & Wakefield Global CIO Adam L. Stanley Named to Savoy Magazine’s 2018 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America List

Adam Stanley, Chief Information Officer at Cushman & Wakefield
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Cushman & Wakefield announced today Adam L. Stanley, Global Chief Information Officer and Chief Digital Officer, has been named one of the 2018 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America by Savoy Magazine. Each year, Savoy showcases an elite representation of African-American men and women who have been recognized for their executive and business leadership in national and global-leading corporations.

“To be part of Savoy’s recognition of the most influential black businesspeople in Corporate America is truly an honor,” Stanley said. “What’s more, I’m proud to take a primary role in Cushman & Wakefield’s quest to be the industry leader in diversity and inclusion while we continue to build a revolutionary technology platform to support our global business. We will remain focused on identifying ways to build a pipeline of diverse talent and strengthening our culture of inclusion so that all feel welcomed and part of the team.”

As Global CIO and Chief Digital Officer, Stanley provides strategic and operational direction for Cushman & Wakefield’s client-facing and colleague technology systems and infrastructure across all global business lines. Drawing on his more than 20 years of industry experience and as an integral member of the global executive team, Adam is a change agent with proven success driving growth, performance, talent retention and innovation. Under Adam’s leadership, Cushman & Wakefield (or DTZ) was named to the CIO100 for 2016 and 2015 by CIO Magazine. Adam has also been honored as one of Chicago’s Tech 50, Infoworld Premier 100 Leader, Huffington Post’s Most Social CIOs, and the InfoWorld CTO 25.

He is deeply involved in the civic and charitable community and in addition to Board roles provides pro-bono technology, operations and organizational strategy advisory services to non-profit organizations. Stanley is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and holds an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.