- Chaminade UniversityDean of Information Technology, 2012 - present
- Kyle Johnson ConsultingPrincipal Consultant, 2011 - 2012
- SUNY Institute of TechnologyAssociate Provost for Information & Learning Resources, 2010 - 2011
- Guilford CollegeChief Technbnology Officer, 2008 - 2010
- University of Nevada Las VegasExecutive Director for Student Life Technology, 2007 - 2007
- Duke UniversityDirector, Student Affairs ITS, 1997 - 2006
Kyle Johnson is the Dean of Information Technology at Chaminade University in Honolulu, HI. There he is responsible for all centrally administered aspects of Information Technology at Chaminade University, including budgeting, planning, public relations, and proposal preparation and grant administration.
Kyle Johnson was previously the Associate Provost for Information & Learning Resources at SUNY Institute of Technology in Utica, NY. In that role he provided vision, strategic and operational planning, and day to day oversight to Information and Learning Resources, a combined library/IT organization that also included instructional technology and tutoring.
Before his time at SUNYIT, Kyle was Chief Technology Officer and Director of Enterprise Applications for Guilford College. He was responsible for providing active leadership, including vision and long range planning, for Information Technology and Services; for integrating information technology (academic and administrative computing, media services, application/web development, and telecommunications) into all aspects of the institution; for close cooperation with the faculty, library, and other academic and administrative departments in meeting technology needs and in developing and finding support for innovative uses of technology in fulfilling the mission of Guilford College; and for the coordination of the College's many electronic resources. He served as the primary advocate for information technology and leads the College in imaginative and contemporary applications of these services.
Before that, Kyle served for a decade as the Director of IT for Student Affairs at Duke University. In that position he provided strategic and long range planning for technology use in Student Affairs, including residential and student activity spaces, developed and articulated strategy for support of Division's technology infrastructure, including growing the department as division needs increased, acted as project manager for significant technology projects within the Division and as technical liaison for institutional projects, and provided representation on the university's Information Technology Advisory Council.
- Duke UniversityB.A. Anthroplogy, 1986 - 1991
- North Carolina State UniversityM.Ed. Higher Education Administration, 2000 - 2003
- North Carolina School of the Arts1991 - 1992
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