- January, 1972
Alejandro M. Mainetto is a CIO/CTO level executive.
Mainetto is the former Senior Vice President, Global Consulting and Global CTO for MSH International, a global consulting and talent acquisition firm. Mainetto was responsible for leading the global consulting division for MSH Group where he managed 3 major businesses within division: Management Consulting (Strategy), Technology Consulting and Human Resources Consulting.
Before joining MSH, Mainetto was Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Kaplan, a leading global education and media company. Mainetto has diverse expertise in Business Strategy, Software Development, Program and Technology Management and Emerging Technologies areas and has diverse cross industry expertise in Media and Entertainment, Education, Financial Services, Energy, Telecommunications and Public Sector.
He joined Kaplan from NYC Department of Education where he was Deputy Chief Information Officer responsible for architecture, design, development, implementation and support of a portfolio of several hundred business systems for the largest educational organization in the United States providing services to more than 1,700 schools and 1.2 million students.
Mainetto joined NYC Department of Education from The Walt Disney Company where he was Director of Application Development and Support responsible for the Corporate and Enterprise IT organizations at Disney. Mainetto led the overall organizational realignment and transformation of the technology group in order to deliver increased customer service levels, better alignment of IT with the business, produce new technology capabilities, and world-class solution delivery and operational excellence services. He first joined Disney in 2002 leading a global software development team for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. Prior to Disney, Mainetto held various management positions at major Fortune 500 firms such as IBM, Verizon and Con Edison.
Mainetto received his M.S. in Management of Technology and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from NYU-Polytechnic University.