Matthew Hall Appointed Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer

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September 3, 2015

On September 1, Chancellor Henry Yang and Executive Vice Chancellor David Marshall announced the appointment of Matthew Hall as Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, effective September 22, 2015.

Matt Hall

“Matthew Hall has extensive and varied experience in Information Technology both in and out of academia. He previously served for over seven years as Associate Vice Chancellor and Associate Chief Information Architect at Vanderbilt University. Working closely with faculty, staff, students, and alumni, he developed Vanderbilt’s enterprise network computing and technical architecture framework, while overseeing Network Computing operations and identity, security, architecture, data center, telephony, and collaboration platforms for the campus. While at Vanderbilt, Mr. Hall also taught courses in the Computer Science Department and the English Department.

In addition to his university experience, he was Assistant Director and CIO for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, where he oversaw information systems and technology platforms, as well as security and infrastructure operations. Earlier in his career, he was Senior Vice President, Business Technology Executive, for the Bank of America Global Corporate Investment Bank. Mr. Hall is currently an Account Executive with the Microsoft Corporation, where he oversees a portfolio that includes Fortune 500 Media and Entertainment, Manufacturing, and Healthcare.

Matt Hall received a B.A. in International Studies and Cultural Anthropology from the University of South Florida and an M.A. in International Affairs from Florida State University. He also has a Certificate of Professional Development from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and a Graduate Teaching Certificate from the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching. His record of professional activity includes serving on the Google College Advisory Board, the AT&T Higher Education Advisory Board, the Sprint Academic Advisory Board, and the Microsoft Unified Communication Advisory Council.”

The full announcement is available on the Chancellor’s website.