Susan Zaslaw is a Strategic IT Consultant in the Office of Information Technology at Princeton University, located in Princeton, New Jersey. She is responsible for advising campus departments on the strategic and effective use of technology to achieve departmental objectives. She also supports critical, cross-University IT projects that involve changes to University policies, business processes, systems and IT services.
Prior to coming to Princeton in 2018, Ms. Zaslaw worked at Dartmouth College for 24 years in various IT roles including Business Analyst, Project Manager, Associate Director and Director of the Project and Portfolio Management Office. She obtained her PMP certification in 2011, holds ITIL foundation and intermediate certificates, is a certified ScrumMaster, and has been a practicing project manager for over ten years. She received her BA degree from Norwich University in Vermont.
Prior to Dartmouth, she worked in the financial services industry for twelve years, in the San Diego area where she grew up. Ms. Zaslaw currently lives in Plainsboro, NJ where she enjoys gardening, cooking and a variety of outdoor activities. She can be contacted at [email protected].