Pat Horgan was vice-president, Manufacturing, Development and Operations at IBM Canada, where he lead multiple business operations, including CIO, Supply Chain, Real Estate, Procurement, Corporate Citizenship and Government Programs. He also provided leadership to the IBM Software Lab and the Microelectronic Manufacturing Plant in Bromont, Quebec. These operations are the largest of their kind in Canada, each holding international mandates.
Horgan is a member of many boards of directors, including those of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, where he served as chair in 2013, the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business, the Ontario Brain Institute, CivicAction, the National Research Council, the York Region Human Services Planning Board, and Research Matters, a public outreach initiative of the Council of Ontario Universities. He has received many awards recognizing his work, including IBM’s Golden Circle award and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for contributions to Canada.
Horgan is an Ivey Business School graduate and holds a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation.