Newman University Chief Information Officer Icer Vaughan was among those who received a Wichita Business Journal 2015 CIO Award on Tuesday, Nov. 17 at the Hyatt Regency in Wichita. Vaughan was among 17 other Information Technology professionals to be honored.
“It is very nice to get the opportunity to be acknowledged for the behind-the-scenes work that I perform,” Vaughan said.
For the past 17 years Vaughan has been integral to the Newman community and has “worked jobs that occur behind the scenes” he said.
Since 2011 he has held the role of CIO. A part of his job is maintaining the campus’ computer systems along with other IT operations. If it were not for Vaughan’s work, the IT side of Newman would not function optimally, as it does.
Vaughan wishes to acknowledge his family’s involvement with his path to becoming CIO and achieving this award.