Robert Walden

Robert Walden

Robert Walden is Chief Information Officer at Epsilon, where he is responsible for cybersecurity and global infrastructure services for Epsilon's portfolio of client-facing products and solutions, as well as internal corporate IT services. He has been delivering business value through technology for more than 15 years, with a broad background in IT that covers financial services, manufacturing, retail, consulting, and marketing services.

Throughout his career, Robert has focused on ensuring technology investments are maximized and drive better business outcomes – by influencing organizations to be customer-centric, data-driven, and results-oriented. While he is passionate about data and technology, ultimately, he believes success is entirely dependent upon working with great people. He lives in the Dallas area with his wife, two children, and their ever-present pug. 

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