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CIS & BSAN Executive Advisory Board

Statement of Purpose - Executive Advisory Board (EAB) for the Department of Computer Information Systems & Business analytics.

The mission of the Computer Information Systems (CIS) program at James Madison University is to prepare business students for careers as information systems professionals. The program of study focuses on the development and management of information systems in a business environment. Central to the CIS program's ability to achieve its mission is the advice and support of business and technology leaders. Members of the Executive Advisory Board provide counsel to the CIS & BSAN faculty on a wide range of issues. The Executive Advisory Board will be composed of leaders representing businesses, the not-for-profit sector and government. The membership is intended to represent a broad and diverse set of interests relevant to the information technology sector.

EAB Members

Phil Bennett, KPMG
Brian Bischoff, CapTech
Mary Jane Bolling
Susie Bonvouloir
Meaghan Bouchoux, Blue Canopy
Bill Brennan, Lockheed Martin
Tomas de Leon, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Michael Donlan, Microsoft
Ian Donner, Optimity Advisors
James Elliott, Elliott Security Group
Glenn Facey, Claraview, Inc. 
Matthew Higgins, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Matt Histand, Protiviti
Charles Inman, Deloitte
Ken Lawhorn, Accenture 
Thomas Leach, Federal Housing Finance Board
Osama Malik, Booz Allen Hamilton
Marguerite R. Moccia, IBM
Nick Pattakos, Triad Technology Partners
Melvin Petty, Enterprise Resource Planning International
James Ray, Guident Technologies 
John Rice, Deloitte
Jim Rigney, CACI
Bruce Shaffer, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Anne Sheldon, CarMax
Chris Tignor, Capital One
Deb Van Horn, Rockingham Group