To successfully leverage the educational promise of rapidly changing mobile devices and connectivity, colleges and universities must move as quickly as the technology.
Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Loyola University Chicago, currently responsible for providing overall management and leadership of all technology-related services. Responsible for developing and implementing the Universityâ€™s IT strategic direction, and delivering IT services that support student learning, faculty research and teaching, administrative processes, and public service. Leads technology strategy development consistent with the Universityâ€™s strategic plan and serves on the President's Cabinet. Serves on a variety of committees. Prior to Loyola University Chicago, Malisch held a variety of leadership positions managing geographically dispersed organizations, developing IT strategy and governance processes, and directing complex organizational and systems initiatives, including integration projects associated with merger and acquisition activities. Multi-national experience, with exposure to vendor management and outsourcing assessments. Trustee and Board Member, Society of Information Management Chicago Chapter, 2010 Executives Club of Chicago CIO of the Year Award 2008 Association of IT Professionals Most Effective IT Team Award, 2006 Women in Technology International Excellence in IT Leadership Award