Jill Albin-Hill MBA ’06 published in CIOReview


July 2016

Jill Albin-Hill MBA ’06,
Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Information Technology at Dominican University, recently had an article published in CIOReview. She discussed the importance of getting out of the basement (figuratively, literally and strategically) to be an effective asset as a senior level administrator. 

Albin-Hill has been with Dominican since 2003, starting first as the Associate Director of IT, then Director of IT and appointed CIO when the position was created in 2009. She was promoted to Vice President in 2013. As an adjunct faculty for the Brennan School of Business, she teaches courses in IT management.

Prior to joining Dominican, Albin-Hill spent 10 years in the telecommunications industry, working her way up from a systems engineer to managing technical services. She has an associate’s degree in computational mathematics/computer science, a bachelor of science in computer management and an MBA with a concentration in human resources.

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