Ed Overy
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Ed Overy

Airways

Chief information officer

  • Appointed November 2018.
  • Has more than 20 years’ experience in information technology leadership roles.
  • Previously chief information officer at KiwiRail, where he led transformation of the state-owned enterprise’s IT function.
  • Earlier, he led Air NZ’s Japan-based sales, marketing and commercial teams and was a marine engineering officer in the Royal NZ Navy.
  • Holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) from the University of Auckland.

Career

Clear Communications
Project Manager
Jan 1998 - Dec 1999
Birkenhead Primary School
Board Member
Sep 2006 - Sep 2009
Air New Zealand
General Manager Japan / Korea, General Manager Group IT Production
Jun 2007 - Sep 2013
KiwiRail
Chief Information Officer
Sep 2013 - Present
Airways
Chief Information Officer
Jan 2019 - Present

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