New Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice-President, Information and Communications Technology

The university welcomes Mark Roman as the new Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice-President, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) effective March 1, 2014.

Mark will work in collaboration with senior administration, deans, department heads, faculty, staff and students to realize the institutional vision for ICT services and infrastructure, and will oversee the operation of the units within ICT.

He is currently the Principal Consultant in his own national consulting firm as well as the Chief Information Officer at Camosun College. Prior to those positions, he was the Chief Information Officer at the University of Victoria. He has also held various positions on both provincial and national boards.

Mark obtained a B.Math from the University of Waterloo; his M.B.A. from Queen’s University; and his P.M.P. (Project Management Professional) from the Project Management Institute.

Read the full announcement.