Since 1987, computer information systems expert George Nassef has helped companies ### of all sizes to achieve growth and reduce costs through the effective use of technology. Currently based in New York City, he serves as Chief Technology Officer at AdCirrus Ltd, headquartered in London.
George Nassef provides a well-honed knowledge of cloud computer-based advertising services to a wide assortment of advertising industry companies. In addition to his technological savvy, Nassef has made good use use of his strong interpersonal skills to lead a staff of information system professionals, including product team members, programmers, quality assurance, and operations personnel for large and small companies.
After graduating from Texas A & M University in 1987, George Nassef began his career path as a systems programmer for American Airlines, where he quickly earned a promotion to a supervisory role, eventually leading the VM systems programming team. In 1991, George Nassef became the Manager for Technology Planning and Architecture at American, where he was a key player in the introduction of important technological advances for the SABRE reservation system. In 1996, Nassef parlayed his SABRE experience into a position as managing director for that company, where he led the technology and product planning efforts for its travel agencies.
In 1999, George Nassef's career progression continued when he accepted a position as Chief Information Officer for the leading online recruiting entity HotJobs.com. Before becoming associated with AdCirrus in 2009, Nassef also served as Chief Information Officer for ValetNoir Inc. and MIVA Inc., both located in New York City. In the latter role, what was intended to be a 90-day turnaround position morphed into a 12-month association as Nassef helped restructure their technology to pave the way for the successful sale of the firm. Since then, George Nassef has enjoyed assisting large and small companies to make rapid changes either ahead of or just after a major restructuring event.
George Nassef supports a number of charitable endeavors, including the World Wildlife Fund and the ASPCA. Nassef also possesses an interest in general aviation and helicopters.