Welcome to the eCIO forum on CIO Voices. This forum and podcast series is to share the Chief Information Officer perspective on issues and trends in higher education. The interviews conducted also present ideas and real world examples of how College and University CIOs have engaged and partnered with their campus executive peers on solving and addressing these issues and trends.
This is Jim Dutcher and please consider accessing our website at eCIO.tv for this and our companion podcast series, Executive Voices.
Today I am pleased to welcome Vicki Tambellini to the podcast. Vicki founded The Tambellini Group in 2001. TTG is a consulting firm that provides management strategy recommendations and detailed expert research and advisory services for higher education executives. In 2009, Vicki founded Enterprise Hive, LLC, a company that develops, markets and supports enterprise-class social business software, gamification software and data-as-a-service software.
Vicki is also the founder of Peertelligent. Peertelligent is a resource for higher education technology decision makers and influencers to get the information they need to make informed technology decisions in order to help mitigate business and financial risks and reduce the cost of education.
Vicki has over 25 years of experience as an award-winning software company executive, author, blogger, consultant, guest-speaker, and entrepreneur. Vicki has received numerous awards and honors from companies including PeopleSoft, Oracle and NCR. She’s been a guest speaker at SACUBO, the Oracle HEUG, E!Learning Summit Events, Smart Woman’s Network, Richmond Venture Forum and numerous private venues.
Vicki received a BS from Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Business. She received the Platinum Learning! Professional Certification Award from the Elearning! Institute in recognition of her contributions to the field of learning and her unselfish willingness to share her knowledge and expertise with peers.
So, with that, Vicki, welcome to the CIO Voices podcast!
I would to thank Vicki Tambellini for her time and valuable insights here on the CIO Voices podcast. This is Jim Dutcher and please consider accessing our website at eCIO.tv for this and our companion podcast series, Executive Voices.