David Weil serves as Ithaca College's Vice President and Chief Information and Analytics Officer and member of the college's cabinet.
He is a national thought leader in higher education information technology and directs the entirety of the college’s IT and analytics operation, which includes Applications and Infrastructure, Engagement and Client Technologies, Information Security, Analytics and Institutional Research, and the Center for Instructional Design and Educational Technology.
David earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science and master’s degree in communications, both from Ithaca College.
He is active in EDUCAUSE, a national nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education through the use of information technology. David is a frequent contributor to conversations about leadership and the role of IT in higher education and has presented at numerous national conferences, conducted webinars, and published articles on these topics. He is a faculty member and co-creator of the premier EDUCAUSE Executive Leaders Academy and the EDUCAUSE Senior Director Leadership Institute, and routinely works with other IT leaders to further explore the topic of Digital Transformation (Dx), Leadership and other issues related to IT in higher education.
In 1988 David was instrumental in establishing the college's Educational Technology Day, a regional technology show that ran for 29 years with over 1,200 people attending annually.