Vanderbilt names Matt Hall assistant vice chancellor for information technology

NASHVILLE, Tenn. ñ Vanderbilt University has named Matt Hall assistant
vice chancellor for Information Technology Services (ITS) and associate
chief information architect for enterprise infrastructure. Hall was
hired following a national search process. He will start work April 1.

Hall will oversee more than 100 staff responsible for delivering and
maintaining the University’s network infrastructure, data, voice and
video services, academic computing support, e-mail and collaboration
services, help desks, software licensing and management, and network

"Matt’s extensive leadership experience in network infrastructure, high
performance computing, strategic planning, project management and the
financial management of technology-related services made him the
perfect fit for Vanderbilt," said Vice Chancellor for Administration
and Chief Financial Officer for Executive Administration Lauren Brisky.

Hall comes to Vanderbilt from Bank of America, where he most recently
served as senior vice president and technology executive for the Global
Corporate Investment Bank in Dallas, Texas.

Hall holds a master’s degree from Florida State University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida.

Media contact: Melanie Catania, (615) 322-NEWS

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