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Debra H. Allison
Debra H. Allison (Chair)
Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
Miami University
Committee Term: October 2010–September 2014
Kara Freeman
Kara Freeman
Vice President of Administration and Chief Information Officer
American Council on Education
Committee Term: October 2011–October 2015
 
Joy Hatch
Joy Hatch
Vice Chancellor, Information Technology Services
Virginia Community College System
Committee Term: November 2012 – November 2016
Bill Hogue
Bill Hogue
Vice President for Information Technology and CIO
University of South Carolina
Committee Term: October 2013 – October 2017
 
Marc Hoit
Marc Hoit
Vice Chancellor & CIO
North Carolina State University
Committee Term: March 2014 – October 2015
Bruce Maas
Bruce Maas (Treasurer)
CIO and Vice Provost for Information Technology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Committee Term: November 2012 – November 2016
 
Susan Metros
Susan Metros (Vice Chair)
Associate Vice Provost, Associate CIO, Professor
University of Southern California
Committee Term: October 2011–October 2015
Richard Northam
Richard Northam
NoDe Development Manager
Research Data Storage Infrastructure (RDSI) Project, University of Queensland
Committee Term: October 2010–September 2014
 
Diana G. Oblinger
Diana G. Oblinger
President and CEO
EDUCAUSE
Laura Patterson
Laura Patterson
Associate Vice President for Information Technology and CIO
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Committee Term: October 2013 – October 2017
 
Tracy Schroeder
Tracy Schroeder
Vice President of Information Services and Technology
Boston University
Committee Term: October 2013 – October 2017
Justin Sipher
Justin Sipher (Secretary)
Vice President of Libraries and Information Technology
St. Lawrence University
Committee Term: November 2012 – November 2016
 
Randall J. Stiles
Randall J. Stiles
Associate Vice President, Analytics and Institutional Research
Grinnell College
Committee Term: October 2010–September 2014

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The nomination period is open December–January each year, voting occurs during the summer, and new board members are announced in the fall.

Board candidates are nominated by the community and elected by primary representatives of EDUCAUSE member institutions. Each year, one member is appointed as the director-at-large. Board members serve four-year terms.

The EDUCAUSE Nominations Committee is charged with developing the slate of candidates for election to the EDUCAUSE Board of Directors, structuring the election, and announcing the results.

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