Board of Directors Member
Linda M. Dillman has been a member of the Cerner Board of Directors since May 2010.
Dillman is the former chief information officer for QVC, Inc., one of the largest multimedia retailers in the world with live 24-hour broadcasting, 364 days a year. She held this role from January 2012 until she retired in January 2017.
Before joining QVC, Dillman was senior vice president of enterprise services/global functions IT for Hewlett-Packard Company. She was also executive vice president of benefits and risk management, as well as executive vice president and chief information officer for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Dillman is presently a member of the GS1 U.S. Board of Governors and the University of Indianapolis Advisory Board. She received a degree in business administration from the University of Indianapolis.
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