Involving stakeholders on campus yields policies and green IT initiatives more likely to be embraced by the campus community.
MaryBeth Stuenkel is an independent consultant, working as a Program Manager for Cloud Services, with an emphasis on client engagement and governance.
Until her retirement in 2017, she was an IT Program Manager in Information and Technology Services at the University of Michigan, where her responsibilities included the design and delivery of a portfolio of products through their entire lifecycle from conception and design through retirement, working with campus groups within the overall context of the University's IT governance structure. In that role, MaryBeth was Service Owner for Collaboration Services and Productivity Storage, which included Google, Box, Exchange, and Code42 CrashPlan services available campus-wide. MaryBeth also provided leadership for campus Sustainable Computing efforts, developing, evaluating and leading activities to reduce the University's IT power and environmental footprints. MaryBeth completed her Masters Degree in Zoology at the University of Hawaii after working as a middle school science teacher in Cambridge, Maryland.