Director of Information Technology
The Seattle Public Library
206-386-4662 | Email
His career has focused on leading information technology strategy and operations for higher education institutions and libraries, including Seattle University, the University of Washington, the University of Wisconsin Law School, and the University of Iowa Libraries. His expertise includes business process analysis and improvement, strategic and tactical planning, technology requirements development and procurement, and information and data systems implementation.
Jim also teaches graduate level courses in organizational management for the University of Washington. He serves on the Board of Governors for Seattle CityClub, a non-profit civic education and engagement organization; is a representative on the Library Council of Washington; and serves on the North Seattle College Technical Advisory Committee for the Bachelor of Arts program in Application Development.
Jim has a Master's degree in Film Studies from the University of Iowa with interest areas including Irish cinema, semiotics, narrative theory, and early cinema.