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Author - Maryfran Johnson
Maryfran Johnson is the former editor-in-chief of CIO Decisions Magazine and Conferences. She lead the April 2005 launch of CIO Decisions, a 50,000-circulation monthly magazine for senior IT executives at midsized companies. In its first year, CIO Decisions earned more than a dozen editorial and design awards, including “Best New Publication” from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE).
She also created and launched the annual CIO Decisions Conference and managed editorial operations for two IT executive websites, www.SearchCIO.com and www.SearchSMB.com. Previously, Maryfran served as Editor in Chief of the national newsweekly Computerworld. Under her editorial leadership, Computerworld's editorial team won more than 100 journalism awards, including “Magazine of the Year” in 2003 from ASBPE.
She works closely with executive education programs at UCLA's Anderson School of Business and the Society for Information Management (SIM). Named as one of the “21 Most Intriguing People in Publishing in 2005” by Min's B2B Magazine, Maryfran was also the first national winner in 2004 of American Business Media's Timothy White Award for editorial integrity.