Experience & Accomplishments

Read more about my accomplishments at each organization in the areas of strategic vision and leadership, technical and project management, and communication and collaboration by clicking on the institution’s name.

Chief Information Officer
2016-present | Davidson College

Member of the President’s Executive Staff (PES), responsible for overseeing the information technology infrastructure of the campus and advance the college’s mission by fostering innovation and excellence in teaching and learning, and all that supports it.

Vice President and Chief Information Officer
2012-2016 | St. Norbert College

Serving as a member of the President’s Cabinet,  responsible for building, sustaining and leading college-wide information technology programs, with an emphasis on enhancing the role technology plays in support of teaching and learning on a liberal arts campus. Other responsibilities include promoting a culture of innovation across campus and overseeing the college’s enterprise risk management plan.

Chief Information Officer
2009-2012 | Menlo College

Responsible for strategy, budget, and staffing for—and direct, day-to-day management of—the Office of Information Technology (OIT). OIT services and support include: user support, classroom and academic technology, Web, enterprise applications, databases, servers, storage, telephony, and network.

Adjunct Professor
2010 | Menlo College

Developed and taught a semester-long, upper-division Web Page Design course.

Director, IT Relationship Management & Project Services
Director, Specialized Technology Services (STS)
2007-2009 | California State University, East Bay

Responsible for building the IT relationship management function from the ground up; managing IT’s relationship with the University’s five divisions, four colleges, and administrative and faculty governance bodies; overseeing the project management office and project portfolio of 120+ projects; and serving as the IT communicator for university-wide projects and major outages/incidents.

As STS Director, responsible for managing an 18-person team responsible for management and maintenance for more than 25 administrative applications, website development and support, and reporting. Oversaw the team’s management of and participation in 15+ technology projects in one year.

Director, Communications & Technology
Manager, Technology Projects
2004-2007 | California State University, East Bay (Continuing Education Division)

Responsible for the Continuing Education division’s technology systems and projects. Served as the division’s project lead for the PeopleSoft project and represented Continuing Education on university-wide technology committees. Also responsible for all CE departmental websites and marketing communications programs.

Vice President, Marketing
2000-2004 | Netline Corporation

Responsible for product and project management, client services, business development, and marketing communications for this marketing automation software company. Developed product roadmap and specifications for the core product as well as client-specific integrations and customizations, created client support processes, and cultivated external partnerships.

Account Executive
2000 | Hoffman Agency

Responsible for providing account management to, managing the daily public relations activities of, and fostering collaboration between three separate Hewlett-Packard departments in support of a new online support services initiative.

Marketing Communication Manager
1998-1999 | Digital Impact

Responsible for creating and managing all marketing activities for this e-marketing company, including: brand positioning, public and analyst relations, advertising, tradeshow and even management, collateral development, website, and marketing budgeting and planning.

Vice President, Sales & Marketing
1996-1998 | Barker Blue Reprographics

Responsible for building and managing all customer-facing units within the company: customer service, sales, and marketing. Led the company’s technology shift from traditional to then leading-edge digital printing processes, in 1996.

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