Jane Livingston became vice president for information technology and CIO on July 12, 2021.
Ms. Livingston has more than 20 years of experience in higher education IT leadership positions. She was previously at Florida State University, where she was responsible for the university’s IT strategy, policies and services with a focus on digital transformation, organizational development and operational excellence.
Prior to her time at Florida State, Livingston served in multiple information technology leadership roles at Yale University. She transformed the online experience by standing up technology teams for user experience, technology accessibility and technology web infrastructure. She was the 2017 recipient of the Linda Lorimer Award, conferred by Yale’s president on staff who have distinguished themselves through a commitment to excellence and innovative thinking. She was actively engaged in diversity and inclusion initiatives, including leading Yale’s Women in Technology program and the IT Climate, Culture and Inclusion Task Force.
Livingston has held various positions at Vassar College and with IBM and Boeing. Livingston is a past fellow at the EDUCAUSE Leadership Institute, Leading Change Institute and MOR Advanced Leaders Program and participates in many higher education IT communities. She was elected to the Board of EDUCAUSE in 2021.