Andreas Bohman Selected as Vice President of UW-IT and Chief Information Officer of UW

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February 23, 2022

University of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce today announced the selection of Andreas Bohman as UW Vice President of Information Technology and UW Chief Information Officer . It is expected to start on March 16.

Bohman replaces Aaron Powell, who retires April 1.

Andreas Bohman will serve as Vice President for UW-IT/CIO

“Andreas comes at an important time for UW, as we enter the most formative stages of UW’s financial transformation, reflect on the IT needs of our campuses, and IT strategy and direction two years into the pandemic,” Cauce said. “Fortunately, Andreas is fearless and brings a wealth of experience.”

Bohman comes to UW with more than 20 years of leadership experience in technology, security, and operations. Bohman served as chief information security officer, chief information officer, and most recently as vice president of operations at Central Washington University. He teaches courses in cybersecurity at the Department of Information Technology Administrative Management at CWU and is nationally certified in the highest levels of information and cybersecurity.

The Vice President of UW-IT/Chief Information Officer leads the development of the university’s strategic technology direction, fosters collaboration and community among UW’s IT organizations, and oversees people and organizations. central IT organization services. Bohman’s mission will be to position technology in support of teaching, learning, and research across UW’s three campuses, and to serve as a leader in developing diverse and impactful teams with a commitment towards inclusive and accessible technology services.

“I am very pleased to have the opportunity to serve the UW in this role,” Bohman said. “I look forward to working with students, faculty, and staff to further improve and elevate the great work already being done by the dedicated staff at UW-IT and the technology players at the university.”

Bohman earned a master’s degree in information assurance from Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont, and an executive MBA from Washington State University. He is also a major in the Washington National Guard, where he serves as a special forces and military intelligence officer.

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