Donna Tatro


Donna Tatro is Associate CIO at Princeton University, responsible for strategy and plans for Enterprise Infrastructure Services. Her portfolio includes network services, critical infrastructure, enterprise-wide monitoring; cloud-based and on-premises compute, storage and backup services; identity, access, and authentication services; collaboration systems, and data center facilities. Prior to her current role, Ms. Tatro led various IT initiatives, including student residential computing and large-scale desktop/laptop and software deployments. Prior to joining Princeton, she managed User Services and Departmental Computing at Cornell University. On most weekends, and depending on the season, she can be found brewing beer, cooking, or gardening. Every day she looks forward to early morning walks with her Labrador Retriever. She holds an MS from Cornell University and an MBA from Drexel University.

EDUCAUSE Publications

  • Lessons Learned--and To Be Learned
    • Article

    If you've ever thought that learning more about how your organization operates might help you become more successful in your role, I recommend pursuing an MBA.

  • Strategizing About Change
    • Article

    Some years ago the communications director at my institution gave a presentation on the keys to good communications and the ways to make sure your message is heard: Keep your message short and simple.

EDUCAUSE Presentations