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The Evolving Role of the CIO

Author: ISACA

Interested in learning what the role of the chief information officer (CIO) is and how it is evolving? What are some of the challenges CIOs face in their daily work, and what are the required skills, knowledge and attributes needed to successfully lead an enterprise? Attend the “Blazing a Path to the C-Suite With the CIO of Chicago” webinar, presented by ISACA and the ISACA Tallahassee (Florida, USA) Chapter.

This webinar will be led by Danielle DuMerer, CIO and commissioner for the city of Chicago’s (Illinois, USA) Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT). She will take participants on a journey along her path to becoming a CIO, including the challenges she faced as a woman and how she overcame them. This webinar takes place on 19 June at 11AM CDT (UTC -5 hours). ISACA members can earn 1 continuing professional education (CPE) hour by attending this webinar and completing a related survey.

DuMerer and her DoIT team create responsive and accessible digital services to improve how residents interact with government. She previously served as the city of Chicago’s chief technology officer (CTO), developed educational technology products at the McGraw-Hill Companies and worked in the library and archives field. She has served both educational and nonprofit organizations to promote equitable access to and preservation of information resources. She will use her experience to guide you on your own path to the C-suite, understand the challenges CIOs face and understand how the role is changing.

To learn more about this webinar or to register for it, visit the Blazing a Path to the C-Suite With the CIO of Chicago page of the ISACA website.