Utility workforce management firm ARCOS appointed Bonnie Titone, senior vice president and chief information officer at Duke Energy, to the ARCOS board of directors.
Titone will support ARCOS with strategic insights and guidance as the company accelerates innovation and growth in its core utilities market. She brings 25 years of information technology management experience to ARCOS, the last half of which was spent in executive leadership positions with two of the ten largest U.S. utilities.
Titone's career has spanned IT project management, operations, and portfolio management across diverse industries that include electric and natural gas utilities, automotive, and financial services.
At Duke Energy, one of the nation’s largest energy holding companies, Titone leads the company’s information technology operations and infrastructure, cyber and physical security functions, product delivery and support for various business areas, as well as the expanding digital transformation and data optimization strategy.
Titone previously served as vice president of information business technology at Pacific Gas & Electric, where she spearheaded innovation for natural gas, electric, nuclear, energy supply, and other business areas. She has also served in leadership roles at Volkswagen and Toyota.
Titone serves on the board of directors for the Young Black Leadership Alliance, a nonprofit that develops young Black leaders to have a positive impact in their communities, and also serves on the governing body for Evanta, a Gartner company that connects chief information officers and chief information security officers across industries to share innovation strategies and solve leadership challenges.