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Hursh Juneja

Chickasaw Nation
Head of Enterprise Architecture & Innovation, IT
Strategic and IT Transformation Leader | Creator and Advocate for Culture of Value-driven Innovation | Customer Partner | Building High-Performing Teams and Collaboration | Servant Leader, with a Passionate yet Calm Leadership style | Inspired by and Inspiring Novel Ideas for Greater Good

Hursh is a multi-faceted and strategic technology transformation leader with rich experience in driving business value through multi-million-dollar solutions. Coupled with a sound business acumen, she has built new capabilities, driven organization level transformations, and created a culture of innovation, agility, and collaboration at Fortune 500 companies - to keep them competitive in an ever-changing marketplace.

Her unwavering focus on value to customers, shareholders and employees, and her commitment to being a Servant Leader have been core to her career and leadership style.

Hursh is currently part of IT leadership at Chickasaw Nation, a mission-driven organization, with her team focused on departments with direct services to citizens, patrons, and employees. Before this, she served as the Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer for ACS Group, one of the largest minority-owned IT Consulting companies in the US. Prior to that, she has held Vice President and other leadership positions at world-class companies like Fiserv, HP, Oracle and IBM, in the US and abroad.

Hursh holds a B.E. degree in Electronics & Communication, and a M.E. degree in Computer Science.
Hursh has lived in different countries and has a deep appreciation and respect for different perspectives, diversity of thoughts and cultures.

Hursh loves to work with and mentor younger professionals. She is actively engaged also with Mentor-Protégé’ Program of WIT (Women In Technology) Washington DC, serving as a mentor and a committee member. The social causes that Hursh cares deeply about are eradication of child hunger, enabling better education, and empowerment for underprivileged, especially children and women.