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Robert B. Carter
Robert B. Carter is executive vice president and chief information officer for FedEx Corporation. In his role as CIO, he is responsible for the corporation's key applications and technology infrastructure. FedEx applications, advanced networks, and data centers provide around-the-clock support for the information-intensive transportation, logistics, and business-related product offerings of FedEx Corporation.

Born in 1959 in Taiwan, Carter earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Florida and his MBA from the University of South Florida. He joined FedEx in 1993 and has more than 25 years of systems development and implementation experience utilizing a wide variety of technology.

Carter serves as a member of the Saks, Inc. Board of Directors and the University of Florida Foundation Board of Trustees. He is active in the Memphis community serving as chairman of the Capital Campaign for the University of Tennessee Hamilton Eye Institute and member of several civic boards including the Memphis Riverfront Development Corporation and the Lifeblood Foundation. Carter was named CIO of the year by InformationWeek magazine in 2005.

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  Robert B. Carter