Higher ed IT leaders from a variety of institutions discuss professional and organizational development, best practices, careers, challenges and opportunities, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Hosted by EDUCAUSE community leaders Cynthia Golden and Jack Suess.
Episode 9 | September 15, 2022
Hosts Cynthia and Jack talk with two members of the EDUCAUSE Young Professionals Advisory Committee: Tara Hughes, Interim Chief Information Officer for California State University Maritime Academy, and Sandeep Sidhu, Chief Information Officer for Emily Carr University of Art & Design.
Episode 8 | September 1, 2022
Hosts Cynthia and Jack talk with Klara Jelinkova, Vice President and University CIO for Harvard University.
Episode 7 | July 11, 2022
Hosts Cynthia and Jack talk with Tom Andriola, vice chancellor for Information Technology at UC Irvine, about building teams and implementing solutions based on mutual trust.
Episode 6 | March 9, 2022
Hosts Cynthia and Jack talk with Keith McIntosh, Vice President and CIO for the University of Richmond, about his leadership journey and philosophy.
Episode 5 | March 2, 2022
Hosts Cynthia and Jack talk with Mark Roman, former CIO for Simon Fraser University, about shaping staff and processes to create seamless technology service.
Episode 4 | February 10, 2022
Hosts Cynthia and Jack talk with Paige Francis, former CIO at the University of Tulsa, about being a woman in a traditionally male leadership role and about thinking strategically.
Episode 3 | February 10, 2022
Hosts Cynthia and Jack talk with Barron Koralesky, CIO at Williams College, about how strategizing and collaborating play such an important role in his job.
Episode 2 | February 10, 2022
Hosts Cynthia and Jack talk with Melissa Woo, CIO at Michigan State University, who has been recognized for her staff development, change leadership, and talent for communicating with diverse groups of people.
Episode 1 | February 10, 2022
In this inaugural episode, podcast hosts Cynthia Golden and Jack Suess talk about the goals and subject matter for this new podcast series.