Thomas A. Delaney, P.E., Vice President of Global Technology Services, oversees global technology development in New York and throughout the world. He views structure and change as co-existent and pilots a team built on these principles.
Much of Delaney’s work at GTS involves developing new, common technologies across NYU’s international sites. Tom also manages and explores external partnerships. As a former CIO, Tom understands the process of shared services. As a father, he sees the idea of cosmopolitan citizenship in young people as important and the possibilities of the classroom as wondrous. He believes the work of GTS is lasting and looks forward to the possibilities of technology in an ever-evolving GNU.
Before joining the GTS team, Tom served as the Associate Dean of Technology and Chief Information Officer at the New York University School of Law. Delaney brings to NYU twenty years of niche market experience, holds several patents for telecommunications products, founded an international software company, and has consulted globally on engineering document management projects. Early in his engineering career he worked in such places as Mexico, Egypt, and Japan.
Mr. Delaney received his B.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic University (1980), and his M.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic University (1983). He is New York State Licensed Professional Engineer.