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Chris Patrick is the Global Head of Egon Zehnder’s Technology Officers Practice. Based in Dallas, he advises CEOs and boards on recruitment, assessment, and succession planning for CIOs, CTOs, Chief Cyber Security Officers, and other rapidly evolving enterprise IT, digital, and risk management roles. He works closely with boards on a wide range of technology mandates across multiple industries.

Prior to joining Egon Zehnder, Chris was Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions at Chatham Technologies, an early-stage telecommunications systems manufacturer. Previously, he was a Senior Manager with Ernst & Young Consulting and an MD80 Project Manager for McDonnell Douglas in Los Angeles.

Chris has a BS from Southern Illinois University and an MBA from the University of Southern California. He is on the board of Children’s Medical Center in Dallas. He’s an avid cyclist who also enjoys skiing and wine.

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