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Meghan Cook

Meghan Cook is the program director for CTG UAlbany, a research institute, adjunct professor, Rockefeller College of Public Affiars and Policy, at the University at Albany/SUNY and affiliate faculty at Albany Law School. Meghan leads multi sector innovation initiatives in government and is an advisor to the NYS Local Government IT Directors Association, the NYS City CIOs, and international analyst for Intelligent Community Forum. Meghan is a highly sought speaker and facilitator, delivering over 250 thought-leadership and strategy sessions to leaders all over the world.

With New York state on “PAUSE,” local government IT departments have been in high gear ensuring that local governments are “open” for business and serving their communities.
With Chattanooga, Tenn., as a backdrop, members of the Metropolitan Information Exchange hashed out development, deployment and operational strategies for fast, ubiquitous community broadband infrastructure.
Two-year study assesses impact of mobile technologies on child welfare work.