SWEET SPRINGS — MCH Strategic Data, America’s leading compiler of institutional data, announced that Amy L. Rambo will succeed John Hood as President.
Rambo brings more than 20 years of experience in information technology, project management, operational leadership, and strategic planning. Currently MCH’s Vice President of Operations, she leads the Information Technology, Research Compilation, Product Development and Fulfillment departments. Prior to joining MCH as Director of Information Technology in 2006, Rambo had various leadership positions at Layered Technology (previously GSI Inc.) and DST Systems.
“It has become increasingly clear that winning the future requires solutions to data challenges in addition to delivering top quality data,” CEO Peter Long said. “Amy’s strong technical skills and end-to-end knowledge of the MCH business — coupled with her ability to lead strong teams and drive aggressive schedules — make her the logical choice to lead these types of changes.”
“MCH’s data quality and real-time aggregation processes have set a new standard in the industry,” Rambo said. “We now find ourselves in a great strategic position to lead the marketplace and it is so exciting to be part of this fast growth process. I’m honored to serve as the next President of MCH.”
As president, Rambo will guide the overall direction of MCH by leading and implementing the organization’s vision, mission and strategic plan. Rambo will succeed Hood as President of MCH Strategic Data effective Jan. 1, 2016.
Rambo, originally from the Kansas City area, graduated from Warsaw High School in Warsaw and lives in La Monte with her family.
Release courtesy of MCH Strategic Data