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Edward A. Gregory (DePaul University)

Edward A. Gregory
Technical Lead

Chicago, Illinois

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Ed Gregory is the Technical Lead in IS at DePaul University. He received his BA from St. Mary's Seminary College in Philosophy in 1984. Ed joined DePaul University in January of 1986 as a Computer Operator. After gradually moving up the computer operations ladder, he became the Manager of the Data Center in 1993. Ed became the Business Continuity Lead in September of 2004 and has been involved in disaster recovery planning since 1999, he was also the Systems and Applications Manager for Information Services from August 2006 to September 2008. Ed became a Certified Business Continuity Professional in June of 2005. Ed currently leads DePaul's University-Wide Crisis Management Committee, who's role is not only to lead the university through a disastrous event but develop and maintain a comprehensive business continuity plan for the University.


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