Leading today’s increasingly dynamic and complex organizations is too big a job for one person. Shared Leadership has its challenges and can be difficult...
Author - Mark Roman
Mark Roman has served as Simon Fraser University's chief information officer (CIO), since Sept 2015.
He was most recently associate vice-president of information and communications technology and chief information officer at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).
He is president of the Canadian University Council of Chief Information Officers (CUCCIO), chair of the board of Saskatchewan Research Network Inc. (SRNET), and previous chair of the Board of BCNET.
Prior to his position at USask, Roman owned 22over7, a higher education IT management consulting organization, and was previously CIO at the University of Victoria, and executive director of enterprise systems at Carleton University.
He holds a B.Math (computer science) from the University of Waterloo, an MBA (finance) from Queen’s University, and is a project management professional (PMP).