David Baisley-Computing Services - Carnegie Mellon University

David Baisley

Chief Information Officer (Interim)

Bio

David is the Interim Chief Information Officer at Carnegie Mellon University. In this role, David oversees the delivery of foundational computing services used for the university's academic and administrative missions. Under David's leadership, his teams strive to provide the right services at the right time to enhance the value of information technology for the global University environment.

David's tenure at Carnegie Mellon has included positions in release engineering, management of the Services Development Group, Assistant Director of ISAM, Director of SAIS, and Senior Director of Infrastructure . Prior to his years at Carnegie Mellon, David held various roles in Academic Computing at Columbia University.

Columbia University is also his Alma Mater where he received his bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering. David is deeply interested in developing innovative methods of technology service delivery as well as the preservation of computing technologies for historical review by future generations.

David is responsible for working with University leadership and various committees to define, develop, and operate the central IT systems and services that support education, research, and administration. Leads the university's central IT organization while maintaining direct management responsibility for Infrastructure Services.

Contact

Sarah Suiter
Senior Executive Assistant
(412) 268-2973
ssuiter@andrew.cmu.edu