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Gary Brantley Named SVP & CIO for the NFL

CIOs on the Move
Joshua Koszalkowski
Contributing Writer

The National Football League has appointed Gary Brantley as SVP & CIO for the National Football League. Brantley will lead technology and digital strategy for the League as the NFL is expanding its global partnerships.

Brantley brings nearly two decades of IT leadership experience to his new role. Most recently, he served as CIO for Beazer Homes. Prior to that, he was the Commissioner & CIO for the City of Atlanta, CIO for Dekalb County Schools, and the Vice President of IT for the State of Ohio.

Gary Brantley holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Computer and Information Sciences from Youngstown State University and a Master’s degree in Management from the University of Phoenix.


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