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Author - Kelli Trosvig
Kelli Trosvig served in various leadership posts at the University of Washington (UW). She spent eight years as the Director for Health Sciences Administration, and seven years with the School of Medicine. Past work include opening a new research campus for UW Medicine in downtown Seattle and expanding the UW School of Medicine’s teaching programs across the state to Spokane. Kelli received both her B.A. in Economics and a Masters in Health Administration at the University of Washington.
Under Kelli’s leadership, UW Information Technology launched key strategic initiatives to meet the growing technology needs of UW students, faculty and staff, while positioning the University for the future. These include major initiatives to improve the student experience by providing better academic planning, enhancing support for teaching and learning, and expanding computer laboratory software access through a “virtual library”. Other major efforts include significant infrastructure upgrades to wired and wireless networks, telecommunications upgrades, enhanced mobile offerings, and initiatives to modernize aging administrative systems and deliver better information for decision-making. Kelli led the development of an information technology strategic plan for the UW. She strengthened strategic partnerships with external vendors that resulted in sizable discounts for UW cell phone users, as well as in licensing agreements that provide popular Microsoft and Apple software at significant savings to the UW.
Kelli represents the UW regionally and nationally, serving as 2011-12 chair of the Washington Higher Education Technology Consortium, as a member of the Research University CIO Conclave, as well as on higher education advisory boards for Microsoft, Amazon, and AT&T. She is also on the steering committee of Gig.U, a national coalition of more than 30 research universities working to provide ultra-high-speed networking to local communities.