Ronald Sorozan Named Amtrak Chief Information Officer

WASHINGTON – Ronald Sorozan has been appointed as Chief Information Officer (CIO) for America’s Railroadsm, providing leadership for all Amtrak information technology, effective June 20.

Sorozan has more than 25 years of experience in the technology field including his most recent position as Group Information Officer – Operations, Engineering, and Maintenance at Amtrak that provided him in-depth knowledge of Amtrak’s national operational and business functions.

In addition, Sorozan has held CIO/VP IT positions with DynCorp International, Holland America Line, and other respected organizations. He also brings knowledge of reservation applications, e-ticketing, and other related systems of prime interest to Amtrak.

“In his time with Amtrak, Ron has demonstrated his abilities on many major IT initiatives by streamlining several systems and applying a customer satisfaction and staff productivity focus,” said Amtrak President and CEO Joseph Boardman. “Ron will make a great addition to the Amtrak Executive Committee, providing innovative solutions that fulfill business and customer needs into the future.”

“I am excited to continue my service at Amtrak in this new leadership position and I look forward to delivering value added solutions to technology challenges that will improve Amtrak’s business functions, IT operations, and our customer experiences,” Sorozan said.

Sorozan will be responsible for leading all technology matters for Amtrak, including the continuation of the Strategic Asset Management program designed to modernize all business operations, provide timely data warehousing for decision support, life cycle/retirement of aging infrastructure and applications, and managing the large national out-source partnerships.