Maya Leibman is chief information officer for American Airlines Group and its principal subsidiary company, American Airlines. In this role, she is responsible for all information technology systems, including systems development, infrastructure, operations and strategy. In addition, she oversees the integration of the American Airlines and US Airways technology environments. Leibman's previous role was senior vice president, technology, and chief information officer for American Airlines, where she had responsibility for all information technology systems.
Prior to her role as CIO, Leibman was president of the AAdvantage® loyalty program, the world's first frequent flyer program. In her position, Leibman oversaw all aspects of the AAdvantage program and led the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and customer research initiatives for the airline worldwide.
Leibman joined American in 1994 in the revenue management department and led a variety of pricing and yield management teams focused on optimizing airline revenue.
Leibman received her Bachelor of Arts in English literature from the University of Chicago in 1988 and her Master of Business Administration in 1994 from the University of California, Berkeley. She serves on the Dallas Theater Center board of trustees and volunteers for a number of local organizations including the So SMAART program, where she works with minority girls ages 9-12 to teach them about technology and life.