20 Jan Superintendent Jara selects new Chief Information Officer

Superintendent Jara selects new Chief Information Officer

Clark County School District (CCSD) Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara announced the selection of Dr. Marilyn Delmont as CCSD’s Chief Information Officer.

“Dr. Delmont has decades of experience leading technology and information initiatives for large organizations, both public and private. I am confident in her ability to manage CCSD’s technology with the District’s overall goal of student achievement in mind.” 

Dr. Delmont has more than 30 years of information technology experience. She currently serves as the Chief Information Officer for the Nevada Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation.

Delmont has served in multiple capacities, including:

  • Nevada System of Higher Education – Interim Vice Chancellor, Information Technology/IT Specialist
  • Minnesota State University – Vice President/Chief Information Officer, Information Specialist
  • City of Chandler – Chief Information Officer
  • Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Atlanta) – Chief Information Officer
  • Emory University – Director, Computer Information Systems and Services

The CIO position is responsible and accountable for planning, leading, managing, and supervising all information technology services and operations within CCSD. 

The position will support the implementation of Focus: 2024, the District’s ambitious, five-year strategic plan. As part of its sound fiscal management priority, Focus: 2024 has among its goals to ensure operational effectiveness and efficiency of school and district facilities and operational resources to include information technology.

To learn more about the Clark County School District, visit ccsd.net.