Carter is currently the CIO of Workato, previously holding senior roles at companies such as Salesforce (he was employee number 70) and Accenture. He's made the Forbes "Top 50 CIOs" list, and was also awarded the BayArea CIO Corporate Orbie award.
Fun Fact Carter is an extremely proud owner of a minivan and drives his three kids and the family dog around on weekends to soccer and baseball games. His kids hate the minivan.
Full Bio As CIO of Workato, Carter leads business technology and the internal usage of Workato’s automation platform. His thought leadership has been quoted in Business Insider, Quartz, CIO Dive, VentureBeat, and more.
As an IT executive, Carter has seen success in both private and public companies with a career spanning 3 IPOs: [email protected], Salesforce,com, and MobileIron. He was employee number 70 and the first IT leader hired at Salesforce.com.
His leadership expertise spans automation, business technology, security, and IT operations. Current projects include using NLP to improve the employee experience, and driving security automations to new levels at Workato.
In 2022 he was recognized as one of the top 50 CIOs by Forbes, and awarded the BayArea CIO Corporate Orbie award.