New Leadership for a New Decade: Assistant CIO Program at Texas A&M

On Demand
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: On-Demand
What partnerships, dialogues, and collaborations can best shape the decisions we make to push the edges of technology and have the most impact on education and research in the next decade? At Texas A&M, part of the answer for our large campus of 70,000 students lies in formalizing strong partnerships via the Assistant CIO Program.

Outcomes: Learn how the CIO is working with deans to architect the Assistant CIO program * Demonstrate how the ACIO program is facilitating improved collaboration and making a positive impact on the strategic vision of IT for the university * Hear from two ACIOs as they discuss the impact of the program on their colleges and their careers


  • Dee Childs

    Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, Texas A&M University
  • Chrissie Cordray Cordray

    Assistant Chief Information Office, Texas A&M University
  • Darvis Griffin

    IT Director, Texas A&M University
  • Kris Guye

    Assistant Vice-President, Strategic Alliances and Partnerships, Texas A&M University