Jay Dominick is Vice President for Information Technology at Princeton University. In that role he is responsible for strategy, planning and operations for the Office of Information Technology. His portfolio includes research computing, academic computing and the administrative and support computing functions at Princeton. Prior to his current role, Dr. Dominick was Vice Chancellor for Information Technology at UNC Charlotte. He was the first CIO at Wake Forest University where, he directed the efforts of the Information Systems Department, including networking, computer operations, help desk, telecommunications, programming and systems development from 1995 - 2007. He was responsible for the implementation and support of the ubiquitous laptop computing project at Wake Forest which helped establish a new model for technology deployment in Higher Education. As co-founder of WinstonNet, he was active in Regional High Speed networking and digital divide issues in North Carolina. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an MBA from Wake Forest University. and an MA from Georgetown University.