Andy Goodenow is an executive with more than 15 years of experience planning, developing and implementing solutions in the educational and private sector. A leader with proven success in managing organizations, leading major software development programs, deploying enterprise information systems, and implementing project and process management methods.
Mr. Goodenow leads or serves on committees at UMKC and in the University of Missouri system that are charged with dealing with technology, change management, online education and alternative models for delivery of higher education. At UMKC his private sector experiences have been beneficial in discussions with the technology transfer office in how to manage new software and technology that has been developed to address internal needs and have practical applications for use by external parties.
Mr. Goodenow is a 2011 graduate of the Educause Frye Leadership Institute (http://www.fryeinstitute.org/) and the 2006 University of Missouri System Administrative Leadership Development Program. He is a past recipient of UMKC's Chancellorâ€™s Award for Innovation and speaker at Greater Plains Network conferences.
Mr. Goodenow is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree majoring in Finance and Business Economics and a minor in Computer Applications.