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CIO and VP of Enrollment, Marketing & Communications - Buffalo State College
Dr. Jacquelyn Malcolm has over 20 yeas of higher education experience including leadership roles in marketing and communications and experience supporting enrollment management and technology. She leads Buffalo State College's technology, enrollment, marketing, and communications efforts. She earned a B.S. in business administration from Drexel University, an M.S. in project management from the George Washington University, and an Ed.D. in educational leadership from Delaware State University.
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InfoTechWNY Board Chair | Chief Innovation Officer - Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus
Sam Marrazzo is the Chief Innovation Officer for the BNMC, responsible for driving innovation to the Buffalo Medical Campus. By embracing the entrepreneurial mindset of discovery leads the strategic innovation agenda, including an approach to use of emerging technologies and entrepreneurship
A driver for technology as a solution provider, offering dynamic leadership ability to re-envision business solutions and revolutionize technology deployment that achieves impactful change across the campus. Marrazzo has a strategic role to help shape the BMNC’s future direction technology direction Marrazzo serves on the InfoTech Board and is involved in STEM-related activities & initiatives within the community.
vice president - emids
Armand Morrison has been involved in healthcare IT for over 20 years working with c-suite executives across the continuum of care to help leverage new technologies toward improving patient care and reducing cost. Armand is currently on the executive board for the NYS chapter of Health Information Management Systems Society "HIMSS" , which is a global advisor and thought leader supporting the transformation of health through information and technology. In this role, Armand is co-chair if the IT Leadership committee and WNY chapter liaison and has coordinated multiple educational and networking events that bring together like minded individuals across the healthcare IT continuum with a focus on leveraging technology to improve patient outcomes, and reduce the cost of delivering care.
On the professional side, Armand is a Vice President with emids, a Nashville-based company specializing in healthcare IT consulting services and technology solutions. Some projects that Armand has been involved with include working with a regional health system select, implement, and bring live a new enterprise Epic EHR system; working with a large physician practice to improve their talent acquisition process through innovative technology solutions like robotic process automation (RPA) and launch several data marts and BI dashboards with a team of microstrategy developers; working with a large for profit health system outsource the management of their health IT interface systems.