Marcus Kerr nominated for 2018 CIO of the Year
Marcus Kerr, Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Texas Wesleyan University, has been named as a finalist for the 2018 DallasCIO of the Year Orbie Awards in the Non-profit/Public Sector category. The DallasCIO Leadership Association (DallasCIO) is the preeminent professional association for North Texas chief information officers. Membership is comprised exclusively of CIOs (or equivalent executive roles) from the North Texas region’s largest public and private companies, government, education, healthcare and nonprofit organizations. The DallasCIO Advisory Board sets the association’s annual program agenda and programs are facilitated by an Executive Director and professional staff. DallasCIO programs are member-led and convene market-leading technology executives to collaborate, connect and learn from each other in a collegial, non-commercial environment.
The 2018 DallasCIO of the Year ORBIE Awards will be presented by the DallasCIO Leadership Association (DallasCIO) on Feb. 23 at the Westin Galleria Dallas, with the support of the Dallas Business Journal and DFW SIM. The CIO of the Year Awards is the premier technology executive recognition program of its kind. Since inception in 1998, this national program has honored over 500 CIOs as finalists and recognized over 100 CIO of the Year winners with the prestigious ORBIE® Award. The Award honors chief information officers who have demonstrated excellence in technology leadership.
Please join the Office of Information Technology in congratulating Marcus on this great achievement!
DallasCIO’s mission is to build a strong professional community among North Texas technology executives and to inspire CIOs to achieve their leadership potential. By creating compelling and collegial environments, CIOs develop meaningful relationships, working together, sharing ideas and best practices, and recognizing excellence in technology leadership.
About Marcus Kerr
Marcus is a graduate of The University of Texas with a master's degree in Educational Technology. He's been with Texas Wesleyan since 2005, and is responsible for all Information Technology functions, including Business/Administrative, Instructional Technology, Infrastructure and service-delivery groups across the University.