Lisa Bobo was appointed Chief Information Officer in 2012 for the City of Rochester, New York and is responsible for leading the city’s process and technology strategy, as well as managing overall Information Technology (IT) operations. Her initiatives include improving service delivery with an emphasis on enterprise planning, process improvements, innovation, and technology.
Her accomplishments include leading diverse teams and providing leadership of high-priority transformational programs for the City, including the expansion of the business process services organization, implementing a city-wide governance process, continuing to drive enterprise architecture, initiated an information security program, built a geographical information services group, enabled a disaster recovery co-location, and deployed body cameras.
Lisa’s community involvement includes service to Digital Rochester, as a panel member for career development discussions, technology workshops, and STEM related activities. In addition, she is a board member for the Western NY Chapter of the Society of Information Management (SIM), a member of the NYS Leadership Advisory Group, the NYS Local Government Records Archive Committee, Foodlink and is the vice president for the Metropolitan Information Exchange. She has also been engaged with multiple collaborative opportunities with local high schools, colleges, corporations, and government entities.