JHU AITP: Business Driven Architecture: An IT Architecture Your Customer Can Understand - March 21st

Join us: Saturday, March 21st at 10:00 am at the Downtown Baltimore Campus for

Business Driven Architecture:  An IT Architecture
Your Customer Can Understand

“Technology Planning for any Industry”

and to network and learn more about the Association of Information Technology Professionals at The Johns Hopkins University!

Graduate & undergraduate students are welcome, as well as faculty who are interested in supporting/finding out more about the organization.

Our Guest: Gene Doody, Senior IT Consultant with CapTech Ventures

Mr. Doody is currently a Consultant to the Armed Forces Benefits Association in Alexandria, VA.  Gene's expertise in IT comes from more than 23 years in Information Technology, with over 15 years in strategic technology leadership roles. He spent 12 years working in the Fortune 100 arena for a variety of organizations that include Financial Services, Insurance, Engineering and Manufacturing.  He has over 20 years of private sector experience and spent almost 3 years serving as the CIO for the City of Richmond, VA.  Gene was appointed to the cabinet position by Mayor L. Douglas Wilder in January 2006, and served as the city's IT strategist with responsibility for all the municipality's technology activities.

His background includes 15 years of experience in IT Infrastructure, delivering numerous programs and projects involving both internal and outsourced IT staff.  Gene also possesses 13 years of experience in the IT specialty areas of application development, architecture, and program/project governance.  His more recent leadership roles have provided him the opportunity to gain experience with business intelligence and business process management. He has a strong belief in applying best practice disciplines such as ITIL, CoBIT, PMBOK, and standard development methodologies.


 Our chapter is new, so if you're interested in gaining or sharing your experience on an executive committee, please take a moment to introduce yourself to Lee Mitchem or Marialina Bello. To learn more about JHU AITP, visit us at http://jhuaitp.collectivex.com  

 Note: If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact Lee C. Mitchem at leemitchem@jhu.edu or at 804.647.4191.

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