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Debbie Carraway is the Director of Information Technology in the College of Sciences at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. Carraway holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Graduate Certificate in Information Security, Assurance and Privacy, and a Master of Science in Information Technology and Management, all from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. With 20+ years of leadership experience in higher education IT, her career has spanned technology support, infrastructure and systems, service development, scientific computing and emerging technologies. Her professional interests include IT governance and decision-making in higher education, the impact of digital transformation on strategic planning, and the intersection of technology and pedagogy. She consults with universities and non-profit organizations on the development of effective IT governance. Carraway has authored and co-authored papers on IT governance and innovation, cloud computing and cloud governance, digital transformation and diversity in enterprise IT.
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