Citrix elects Moira Kilcoyne to board

Citrix Systems has elected Moira Kilcoyne, to its board of directors, effective June 6, 2018.

Ms. Kilcoyne began her career at IBM, where she served in multiple technical roles, before moving on to Morgan Stanley. During her 27-year tenure at Morgan Stanley, she held various roles including chief operating officer of the global technology and operations group; company CIO, managing technology for finance, market and credit risk, legal and compliance; international CIO based in London, responsible for Europe and Asia; CIO for Wealth and Investment Management; and Global Co-CIO.

Ms. Kilcoyne will join the Audit Committee of the Citrix board and qualifies as an independent director.

Ms. Kilcoyne also serves on the board of Quilter, and is a trustee of Manhattan College.

[Image courtesy: Citrix]

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