As the Associate CIO for Enterprise Applications, Frank Mathew reports to the CIO and is responsible for overseeing the University’s enterprise applications. This role plays an integral part in University-wide IT planning, governance, and policy development. Working with key organizational leaders to craft applications strategies in alignment with overall institutional goals and providing system-wide direction in areas of policy and planning for application related functions. Frank works to define and guide application strategies of the organization to ensure highly functional and responsive solutions. Frank also serves as a senior level colleague to functional partners throughout the university in assuring the effective use of technology in support of institutional goals.
Prior to his new role, Frank was in an interim associate CIO capacity where he oversaw Campus Community Technologies (CCT), an enterprise technologies unit focused on providing the Yale community with solid, integrated, discoverable, and reusable online services and environments. From September 2015 through July 2019, Frank served in the capacity of director of Student and Academic Support Systems (SASS) within the CCT unit of ITS at Yale. Core to the mission of Yale, SASS is responsible for the applications and systems that support academic processes and student life. As the director of SASS his leadership has been focused on collaborating with stakeholders and constantly striving to improve the student experience at Yale right from the time they apply till they graduate.
Before joining Yale, Frank worked as the director Application Development and Integrations within Information Technology at the University of Mississippi. He holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration, majoring in Production and Operations Management and an Master of Science in Computer Information Management from the University of Mississippi and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Goa University in India.