- Daren Hubbard, the current vice president for Information Technology and CIO at Georgia Tech, is leaving to join Princeton University in the same role.
- Hubbard played a crucial role in providing vision, leadership, and oversight in the development and implementation of information technology at Georgia Tech.
- At Princeton University, Hubbard will be responsible for providing strategic leadership and operational oversight to the Office of Information Technology (OIT).
Atlanta, Georgia – After nearly a decade at Georgia Tech, Daren Hubbard has announced his departure to join Princeton University as Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer. Hubbard has been an integral part of the Georgia Tech community, leading the university’s efforts in technology and innovation.
During his time at Georgia Tech, Hubbard has been a driving force behind the institution’s advancements in information technology, placing a strong emphasis on cybersecurity, data analytics, and digital transformation. His leadership has been crucial in positioning Georgia Tech as a leader in technology and research.
In his new role at Princeton, Hubbard will be responsible for overseeing the university’s information technology services and infrastructure, as well as guiding the institution’s strategic initiatives in technology and innovation. His extensive experience and forward-thinking approach make him an ideal candidate to lead Princeton’s IT efforts.
“I am incredibly excited to join the Princeton University community and to continue advancing the institution’s mission through technology and innovation,” said Hubbard. “I am grateful for the meaningful experiences and relationships I have built at Georgia Tech, and I am eager to bring that same dedication and expertise to Princeton.”
Hubbard’s departure from Georgia Tech marks the end of an era, but his impact on the institution will undoubtedly be felt for years to come. His leadership and vision have set the stage for continued progress and success in the realm of technology and information at Georgia Tech. As he embarks on this new chapter at Princeton, Hubbard’s legacy at Georgia Tech will undoubtedly continue to inspire and guide the university’s future endeavors in technology and innovation.