Thursday October 2, 2014 0 comments
DENVER - Suma Nallapati, Colorado's Secretary of Technology and Chief Information Officer, is the newest board member for Colorado Technology Association.
CTA's 45-member board is comprised of technology executives and business leaders across Colorado.
Nallapati has more than 17 years of experience in establishing and executing value-driven global IT service strategy and delivery, CTA said.
She is a champion of collaboration, breaking silos and achieving excellence across all organizations. As the state's top technology officer, she is charged with leading IT innovation in state government.
Nallapati comes to the Colorado Office of Information Technology from Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the nation's largest health care networks, where she led service delivery operations for a complex multi-state, rapidly growing health care IT footprint leading distributed teams that included data center and network operations, service desk and end-user computing.
She previously worked at TeleTech, where she served as global director of enterprise applications.
"CTA is pleased to continue the strong relationship with the Governor's Office of Information Technology and amplify the voice of the public sector on our board of directors,' said Erik Mitisek, CTA CEO.
"Suma's vast knowledge of the industry in both the private and public sector will provide valuable insight for our board, association and industry as a whole."