Regent’s University London is pleased to announce that Nevena Tomasevic will join the University as Chief Transformation Officer on 1 July 2022.
The CTO role is new at Regent’s and designed to help accelerate our transformation by delivering a Technology Roadmap to drive growth and further enhance Regent’s as a challenger brand. Nevena will lead Regent’s IT, business intelligence, data transformation, and project management functions.
An alumna of Regent’s University London, Nevena has 15 years of experience in process improvement, innovation, digitalisation and using technology and business intelligence to drive change. She has a strong track record of leading complex, global and multi-national projects related to transformation, team set up and restructure, and integration after merger and acquisition.
Nevena joins Regent’s from a role as Innovation and IT Director for UK & Ireland at Gi Group Holding. Before that she was a Global Innovation & Change Manager for Gi Group. She also held a number of roles in systems and business management at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
She is passionate about continuous improvement, up-skilling, knowledge sharing and leading teams through the uncertainty of change by communicating clear values, objectives and direction.
Vice-Chancellor & CEO at Regent’s University London, Professor Geoff Smith, said: ‘I’m delighted that Nevena is joining Regent’s at this key stage in our development. Nevena brings a wealth of tech and transformation experience and will be invaluable in driving Regent’s evolution as a data-driven organisation. And on top of that, she’s one of our alumnae.’
Chief Transformation Officer, Nevena Tomasevic, said: ‘As an alumna of Regent’s University, I am honoured and excited to join its leadership team. Creating an environment of continuous improvement and transformation requires clear purpose, dedication, and the strong values that Regent’s and I align on. I look forward to collaborating with everyone to discover and deliver on opportunities for change and growth.’
Nevena holds a BA (Hons) in International Business from Regent’s University London, and an MSc in Computing for the Financial Services from Birkbeck, University of London.