Levon Hooks Joins TAI Board of Directors

Levon Hooks leads the Kum & Go Information Technology (IT) function as Chief Information Officer, supporting more than 5,000 associates in more than 400 stores across 11 states. He is responsible for all IT services, enterprise program office, and strategy facilitation for the Krause Group domestic and global companies. Levon’s 20 years of Information Technology experience includes senior technology leadership roles focused on application development, program management, and security integration. An inspiring leader in change management, Levon has orchestrated global IT strategies and solutions for positive change and business profitability.

Throughout his career, Levon has successfully implemented large technology projects across diverse business sectors. His experience includes prior roles with Accenture, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and JP Morgan. As a former CIO for Global Corporate Solutions at Jones Lang LaSalle, Levon was primarily responsible for driving the strategic growth and direction for the corporate solutions line of business globally. Prior to joining Kum & Go, Levon spent two years consulting. Levon grew up in Chicago, where his parents owned two convenience stores. He worked in the stores as a child and majored in finance to help his parents with the books. Levon and his wife, Casey, have 8-
year-old twins.

“We are excited to have Levon join the TAI board representing Kum & Go and bring a unique perspective to Iowa’s technology landscape,” stated Brian Waller, President of TAI.

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