Deputy CIO Serves as Panelist at SINC Central IT Leaders Forum

October 30, 2017

Anthony Espinoza at the 2017 San Antonio IT Symposium

(From left to right: Panelists Matt Singleton, Ross Tucker, Isaac Sacolick and Anthony Espinoza at the 2017 San Antonio IT Symposium.)

Written by: Nicole Duff, Communications Specialist

Interim Executive Director of Infrastructure Services and Deputy CIO for Information Technology Anthony Espinoza served as one of the panelists at the Central IT Leaders Forum hosted by the Strategic Information Networking Conferences (SINC). The event was held from October 8th – 10th at the Grand Hyatt Lost Pines in Austin, Texas.

The SINC Central IT Leaders Forum unites more than 60 IT executives from across central North America for in-depth discussions about resource challenges faced by attendees. The two-day event features presentations, open-discussion group meetings and networking opportunities. This year’s forum boasted IT leaders from several well-known organizations and institutions including Omni Hotels and Resorts, BBVA Compass and Creighton University.

Espinoza, who represented the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) at this year’s event, served on a four-member panel also comprised of:

  • Isaac Sacolick, CIO at StarCIO
  • Matt Singleton, Chief Operations and Accountability Officer at the Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES).
  • Ross Tucker, CIO at Texas United Management (TUM) Corporation

Their panel discussion entitled “Digital Transformation Fireside Chat” provided attendees insights into ways to effectively show the value that digital transformation has on various organizations. In addition, their panel presentation explored challenges that arise from attempting to get leadership to see the merit of certain projects.

“I was honored to be selected to serve on the panel, said Espinoza. “It truly demonstrates the innovative initiatives occurring at UTSA.”

To learn more about SINC Central IT Leaders Forum, please click here.