Frank Mathew

Assistant Vice President for IT and Deputy Chief Information Officer

Frank was appointed the Assistant Vice President for IT and Deputy CIO of IT at Yale in November 2023. In this new role, he oversees IT Support Services, finance, and business office processes for ITS and stewards the day-to-day ITS human resources operations. He also retains his existing responsibilities with the Enterprise Applications, data, and services teams. Frank also supports university leaders on IT governance committees and represents ITS on the IT Leadership Council to drive IT Strategy at Yale.

From July 2019 through November 2023, Frank was the Associate CIO for Enterprise Applications, overseeing the University’s enterprise applications. He played an integral part in university-wide IT planning, governance, and policy development, working with key organizational leaders to craft low-code development and application strategies in alignment with overall institutional goals.

From September 2015 through July 2019, Frank was the director of Student and Academic Support Systems (SASS) within the CCT unit of ITS at Yale. Core to Yale’s mission, SASS is responsible for the applications and systems supporting academic processes and student life. As the director of SASS, Frank focused on collaborations with stakeholders and improving the student experience at Yale from application to graduation.

Before joining Yale, Frank was the director of Application Development and Integrations within Information Technology at the University of Mississippi. He is a published author with a Doctorate in Business Administration, majoring in Production and Operations Management, a Master of Science in Computer Information Systems from the University of Mississippi, and a Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering from Goa University in India.