Nancy Crouch,
Deputy Chief Information Officer, Information Systems Department, Wake Forest University

Nancy Crouch is Deputy Chief Information Officer in the Information Systems Department at Wake Forest University. As an innovative organizational leader with a long career in educational settings Ms. Crouch demonstrates her passion and advocacy for experience management in all aspects of her work.

Ms. Crouch joined Information Systems in 1997 as director of technology outreach to establish the Student Technology Advisors (STARS) program. The program has since become a critical factor in faculty development and has been replicated across the nation in both university and K12 settings. The university’s student programs initiative expanded under her direction from 2 programs to 6, employing 200 students in the Information Systems department.

Prior to joining Information Systems Ms. Crouch founded and directed the Western Triad Science and Mathematics Alliance, a consortium of 10 public school systems, area universities and corporate partners focused on improving science and mathematics education. The Alliance was housed at Wake Forest University.

Ms. Crouch holds a BA in Elementary Education from Virginia Tech and a MAEd from Wake Forest University. Before joining Wake Forest University she was a teacher for 12 years. When she is not working for Wake Forest Ms. Crouch enjoys all things beach - sea turtles, fishing, home renovations and sharing time with friends and family.

 

Event Details:


Thursday, March 24
7:30 - 11:45 am

The Willard Hotel
Washington, DC

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> IT & Security Professionals
> CTOs & CIOs
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