Vice President for Global Technology & Chief Global Technology Officer
Thomas Delaney is Vice President of Global Technology and Chief Global Technology Officer at New York University. Tom is responsible for global technology strategy across NYU’s functional areas and coordinates the university’s IT operations across the international sites.
Tom brings a background in both academic and corporate IT to the role. He previously served as Associate Dean of Technology and Chief Information Officer at the New York University School of Law. Under his leadership, NYU Law was named the top technology law school in the United States by preLaw magazine. Prior to working in academia, he founded an international software company in the document assembly space, consulted globally on engineering document management, and served as Chief Information Officer for a consortium of companies in the retail and distribution sectors.
Tom serves on a number of international corporate advisory councils and is a frequent speaker on innovation, technology and global higher education. He holds several U.S. patents for telecommunications products, and was named a Premier IT 100 leader by Computerworld. Tom has an MS and a BS in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a New York State Licensed Professional Engineer.