Getting a business in place and running properly takes a lot of effort. But what is even harder is coming in and putting a once successful business back together after it has collapsed on itself. However, that is exactly what Judith Haddad is capable of doing. She knows IT better than anyone in the business. Her ability to see the problem, analyze it, and come up with a solution is extremely impressive and is exactly what is needed in the insurance technology industry. It is the main reason she was chosen to work at Patriot Technology Solutions as the President and CIO, and it is the reason why she has found so much success in her career.
Judith L. Haddad holds the position of President and Chief Information Officer for Patriot Technology Solutions. Previously, Ms. Haddad served as Vice President of Information Technology for NYMAGIC, a multi-line insurance carrier based in New York.
Judith Haddad has been honored by many for her work in the insurance technology industry, and the work she has done has really carved her way to success as an executive. She is currently the President and CIO at Patriot Technology Solutions, a position that has allowed her to find the entrepreneur in herself and start from the ground up. When given the position at Patriot, she started with nothing and had to figure out what exactly she wanted to do with it. She had to ask herself exactly what she wanted her purpose to be and how they were going to accomplish their goals. The answers to these questions have paved her path to where they are today and have made a huge difference in the companies they have helped along the way.
A true feminist
Judith Haddad has worked for years in the technology industry, one that has been typically dominated by men. She has found success in positions where men would be and has successfully managed groups of men and women. She has even been an example to encourage more women to enter the technology world showing them that they can do well too. In fact, when asked about a glass ceiling, she made it clear that she never felt like there was a glass ceiling.