Ms. Day has advised companies in the construction, energy, pharmaceutical, national restaurant and engineering / manufacturing sectors on a variety of projects, including post-merger integration, IT / business performance improvement, IT cost-efficiency improvement and IT strategic plans.
Prior to joining A&M, Ms. Day was the Chief Information Officer for Sysco Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, and was focused on strategic efforts that resulted in major business transformation. Those efforts included transitioning away from multiple legacy software systems to a single instance, moving the organization away from autonomous business processes to standardized processes, master data management efforts which included data cleansing / harmonization / data governance process and implementation of shared service for many back office functions. Ms. Day also served as a member of the ERM Executive Committee and Executive Risk Owner for data protection, cybersecurity and information technology availability.
Ms. Day earned a bachelor's degree in business management from Our Lady of the Lake University. She currently holds leadership positions on two boards of nonprofit organizations, Society for Information Management and iUrban Houston.