These individuals are the officers of the Information Technology Organization (ITO) and constitute the Board of Officers for this student chapter of the Association for Information Systems (AIS).
Jad, as the President is responsible for developing and coordination activities and services of the organization while establishing and foresting positive relationships with other relevant organizations. The President will manage meetings and delegate tasks.
The Vice President implements and manages the organization's activities and services developed by the President. The Vice President must maintain routine contact with the President and shall assume the duties of the President in his/her absence or if he/she is incapable of performing duties.
Suchrita, as the COO is responsible for ensuring the organization has effective operational procedures in place. The COO will assist with planning and organizing the organization's events and activities.
The EC Officer is responsible for communicating with organizations and companies outside ITO in regards to upcoming events or important updates. The EC Officer will maintain a calendar of events for ITO and keep a record of contact information for Student Organizations. The EC Officer will also be responsible for fostering relationships with campus administration within and out of the Ilitch School of Business and with the local business community when appropriate.
The CFO is responsible for maintaining accurate records of the organization's financial status, promoting fundraising activities, assisting other officers in determining budgets for events, and preparing the budget for funding proposals.
Samar, as the CMO is responsible for promoting the organization and handling any public relations with the University and the Ilitch School of Business. The CMO will create fliers, programs, and manage the social media outlets
Connor, as the VP of Marketing is responsible for assisting the CMO in promoting the organization and handling any public relations with the University and Ilitch School of Business. The VP will, also, create fliers, programs, and manage the social media outlets.
Megan, as the Chief Technology Officer is responsible for maintaining all technical aspects of the organization. Specifically, the CTO is responsible for updating and improving the website of the organization.
The Vice President of Technology is responsible for assisting the CTO with maintaining all technical aspects of the organization. Specifically, the VP of Technology is, also, responsible for updating and improving the website of the organization.
The HR Director is responsible for conducting interviews with potential members and for facilitating new member orientations. The HR Director is also responsible for following up with potential members, maintaining a roster of members, and ensuring the organization is participating in Student Organization Days.
The Special Events Planner is responsible for handling and coordinating the planning of events that ITO is holding. The Special Events Planner will oversee the planning committee of an event.
Heinrichs is an Associate Professor in the Information Systems and Management (ISM) department. He teaches a variety of courses including ISM 3630, ISM 5994, ISM 7505, ISM 7994. Additional information about John H. Heinrichs can be found on the Faculty Profile page and additional information about these courses can be found on the Course Offerings page.
Dr. Jackson is the Department Chair in the Ilitch School of Business for the Information Systems Management department. Additional information about Christine Jackson can be found on the Faculty Profile page.