As Interim Deputy CIO, Ginger oversees enterprise-wide technology services offered by the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), including applications, Data and Analytics, Infrastructure, Architecture, End User Support, and Managed IT Services. In this role she also serves as fiscal agent for OH-TECH, which includes OhioLINK, OARnet and the Ohio Supercomputer Center.
Prior to her role as Interim Deputy CIO, Ginger served as the Chief Information Officer of the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University. She is responsible for developing and implementing the strategy for investing in technology innovations that enable and support the research, teaching and learning, and outreach missions of the college. Ginger has over 30 years in higher education. She also is part owner of the Weaver Family Farm, a large, family-owned, dairy operation where she directs the capital investments and oversees the fiscal management.
Prior to joining Ohio State, she was assistant dean for administration and CIO for the Smeal College of Business at Penn State where she led the Research, Instruction, and Information Technology Group, managed the facilities, including overseeing the $68 million business building project, directed the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Continuous Improvement Accreditation Renewal process, chaired the college’s Faculty/Staff Campaign, and oversaw the Board of Visitors. She was a founding member and former chair of the Technology in Business Schools Roundtable (TBSr). At Penn State, she was also a founding member and first chair of the IT Leadership Council. She has presented at annual meetings of the AACSB, Educause, and TBSr. Ginger graduated from Penn State with a Master of Business Administration degree and earned Bachelor of Science dual degrees in Accounting and Agriculture Business Management.