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Focus Areas

C-Level Management, Cybersecurity, Data Management & Analytics, Digital & Business Transformation, Media & Entertainment Technology Management, New Business Ventures

Shawn Banerji

Shawn Banerji is the managing partner for the Technology, Digital and Data Leaders Practice at Caldwell Partners. As a trusted advisor to organizations seeking cultural and commercial transformation by unlocking the latent value of legacy assets and product portfolios, he advises clients on the convergence of talent and innovation across all facets of the evolving digital enterprise.Mr. Banerji is an expert on change management and specializes in the recruitment and assessment of Catalyst Leaders who are resetting value propositions through the power of technology, data & analytics, accelerated software engineering, IoT and cloud. Industry coverage includes retail & consumer, insurance, investments & banking, professional services, healthcare, process & industrial, technology & media as well as financial sponsors and their portfolio companies. Roles include CIO, CTO, chief digital officer, chief data officer, CISO, and the related leadership suites.Mr. Banerji joined Caldwell Partners from Russell Reynolds Associates, where he was a leader in the Technology Officers Practice, and a founding member of both the FinTech and Digital Health practices. He is an ex-officio board member of SIM New York and serves on the board of advisors for The Center for Technology Management at Columbia University. He is a regular contributor at MIT’s annual CIO Symposium and an advocate for increasing technology representation and diversity on corporate boards.Mr. Banerji holds a B.A. in speech communications from the University of Richmond, VA and an M.A. in Communications from the University of Westminster, London. He is certified in a variety of assessment tools and methodologies. He is co-located in Caldwell Partners’ New York and Stamford offices.

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