Chief Information Officer Named 2017 Nonprofit CIO of the Year
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Aug. 18, 2017) – Jeff Stovall, the City of Charlotte’s chief information officer (CIO), has been honored for his work to establish Charlotte as a world-class digital city.
On Friday, Aug. 18, Stovall was named the 2017 Nonprofit CIO of the Year at the Charlotte CIO of the Year Awards, the premiere technology executive recognition program of its kind. The award recognizes chief information officers who have demonstrated excellence in technology leadership, on behalf of the Charlotte CIO Leadership Association.
“I’m excited that Jeff is being recognized for his leadership and vision as a CIO,” said City Manager Marcus D. Jones. “He is well-respected by his peers in the industry, as well as his colleagues in city government. The City of Charlotte is privileged to have Jeff as its CIO.”
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