- Vice President, University Technology and Chief Information Officer
- Case Western Reserve University
Sue B. Workman, Vice President for University Technology and Chief Information Officer of Case Western Reserve University, has had more than three decades of experience in a broad range of functions within the field of Information Technology.
In her role at CWRU, Sue is responsible for creating the vision and strategies which enable the delivery of technology solutions that support Case Western Reserve University’s mission of teaching, learning and research and the day‐to‐day functions of the university. As a member of the President’s Cabinet and President’s Council, Workman advises university leadership in order to help accomplish strategic campus goals, and support the mission, vision and core values of CWRU. Additionally, Sue serves on various advisory boards of Internet2, CHECS, AT&T, Hyland, and Dell, and has served on many EDUCAUSE committees. Sue is also instrumental on a team of CWRU and Cleveland Clinic executives who became the first higher-ed partners with Microsoft on the HoloLens augmented reality devices. She is also leading an extraordinary change process with CWRU’s initiative to centralize all of CWRU’s IT services and community, bringing a once very distributed culture together as one unified organization.
Before joining CWRU, Workman served as Indiana University’s Associate Vice President for Client Services and Support, where her team received multiple awards for innovative projects. Workman had been at Indiana University since 1991, after spending a decade in technology-related positions in the private sector.