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Katie Rose and Tracy Weber
Katie Rose and Tracy Weber

Jane Livingston, College of Notre Dame vice president for information technologies and chief information and facts officer, has appointed Katie Rose as assistant vice president for IT strategic excellence and engagement and Tracy Weber as assistant vice president for neighborhood technologies knowledge. Both equally appointments take influence on July 1.

“Katie and Tracy have introduced extraordinary leadership, as very well as deep institutional understanding and enthusiasm for Notre Dame, to the Business of Details Technologies in their present-day roles,” Livingston claimed. “I am significantly grateful for Tracy’s leadership in guidance of the University’s COVID-19 functions and Katie’s leadership in support of the University’s shift to hybrid operate. Both of those have also demonstrated leadership in assisting OIT meet the University’s commitment to diversity, fairness and inclusion. I have been extremely grateful for their contributions throughout the OIT, and I am excited to work with them in their new, expanded roles.”

Previously senior director of IT tactic, organizing and architecture, Rose has served in a variety of management roles around her 24-12 months job at the University that began with answering calls at the OIT enable desk. She has managed a vast variety of IT tasks, participated in the Notre Dame Leadership Rotation System and led groups to provide excellent consumer assistance, communications and managed cloud options. Rose is a past fellow of the Main Improve Institute, the EDUCAUSE Management Institute and the MOR State-of-the-art Leaders System. 

As assistant vice president for IT strategic excellence and engagement, Rose will direct groups targeted on transforming IT outreach and communications, organizational modify administration, venture and portfolio management, IT tactic and governance, IT company architecture, College data governance and IT economical and administrative operations. She holds a bachelor’s diploma in psychology and computer apps and an govt MBA, the two from Notre Dame.

Weber, formerly senior director of collaborative IT solutions, joined the OIT as an application developer in 2003 and has served in quite a few IT management roles. Most a short while ago she oversaw the OIT aid desk and embedded IT groups that help a lot more than 30 University departments as properly as general gadget administration. Weber serves on the recognition committee of EDUCAUSE, is a founding member of Anti-racism in Academia and is associated in the community as chair of the supervisory committee at Instructors Credit Union and a direct volunteer at Cultivate Food items Rescue.

Weber’s duties as assistant vice president for neighborhood technology encounter will increase to include things like management of the teams that support the University’s core administrative solutions together with Banner, OnBase, ServiceNow and DataND. She will also proceed to spearhead OIT initiatives for IT recruiting and diversity, equity and inclusion. Prior to joining the OIT, Weber worked in consulting for Accenture. She retains a bachelor’s diploma in mathematics and economics and an govt master’s in nonprofit administration, the two from Notre Dame.