Please join your peers for the 2018 UW-Madison Information & Technology Leadership Conference, taking place Tuesday, April 17. This year’s theme is Leadership: Inspiring Innovation.
Connect with your information and technology colleagues at an engaging conference filled with impressive keynote speakers and breakout sessions highlighting ways to transform, create, coach, grow, and inspire in our environments.
The opening keynote speaker is Sue Workman, Vice President for University Technology and Chief Information Officer of Case Western Reserve University. Sue has had more than three decades of experience in IT and she is currently responsible for creating the vision and strategies that enable technology solutions in support of Case Western Reserve University.
The lunchtime keynote speakers are Zach Blumenfeld and Scott Kohl, founders of Thirdspace. ThirdSpace is a strategic software tool to actively develop culture in organizations by focusing on communication, engagement, career growth, and enterprise knowledge. Zach and Scott are long-time Madisonians.
The closing keynote speaker is Michael Johnson, CEO of the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County (BGC). During his five years at the Boys and Girls Club, Michael has leveraged partnerships with the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) and local businesses to create the highly successful AVID/TOPS Program.
I&TLC registration cost is $50 per person. The event is always heavily attended, so secure your spot now!
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The Information & Technology Leadership Conference Planning Committee on behalf of Michael Lehman, Interim Vice Provost for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer.
CIO and Vice Provost for Information Technology