Jan Bradley is the director and chief information technology officer at The City of Calgary.
As the chief information technology officer (CITO), Bradley’s role is to enable city business units to use technology to deliver services to citizens. The CITO oversees the investment, delivery and sustainment of the city’s technology infrastructure and leads planning for the development and growth of city business applications and communication systems.
She has worked for more than 30 years in the information technology industry and has been working with the city since 2006. During her time with the city, Bradley has held progressively more responsible roles including project manager, leader and manager of client solutions where she provided leadership to project managers, digital strategy, enterprise architects and foundational eGovernment development teams.
A visionary and a strategic thinker, Bradley believes in supporting her teams to be solution-focused in their service to the many business units information technology serves every day. Her number one priority is to position information technology as a strategic partner to business units in order to deliver on the city’s purpose “Making life better every day”.
CIO Peer Forum 2020, Day 2: Track speaker
Leadership in Turbulent Times
This panel features Calgary based speakers from government, energy, banking and not-for-profit. They will share insights on transformative leadership, the changing role of the CIO and the imperative of ensuring psychological safety for your workforce. Join this session for a discussion on:
- Shifting the perception of IT across the business
- The impact of social media on staff working for public facing organizations
- How to leverage your knowledge and expertise for the greater good
- Inspiring teams and embracing diversity and inclusion in the workplace