Joe Shelley


Joe is currently the Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology at Hamilton College in New York. In his role, Joe oversees college libraries, the Office of Institutional Research, central IT infrastructure, enterprise systems, information security and privacy programs, IT risk management, business intelligence and analytics, data governance, and overall technology strategy. In addition to supporting the teaching and research mission of the college, the library provides education in information sciences, digital and information literacy, and information management. 

Before joining Hamilton College, Joe served as the Chief Information Officer at the University of Washington Bothell. During his twelve years at UW Bothell, Joe was responsible for learning technologies, data centers, web development, enterprise applications, help desk services, administrative and academic computing, and multimedia production. He led the UW Bothell information security program, cloud computing strategy, IT governance, and developed new initiatives for supporting teaching and learning, faculty research, and e-learning. 

Joe earned his Bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences from the University of Washington and his Masters in Educational Technology from Michigan State University. Joe has held certifications and certificates for CIPP/US, ITIL, Project Management, and Scrum.

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