Theresa Bamrick is the Chief Information Officer, at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, and is the first female CIO in SLAC’s 50-year history.
Theresa has a rich history of technical, business, and management excellence, and has been a driver of IT transformation at SLAC for more than six years. Passionate about diversity, developing talent and building great teams, Theresa is a pioneer graduate of the Stanford GSB LEAD program in Corporate Innovation, and a Premajor Student Advisor. Active in SLAC Employee Resource Groups, Theresa has served as a circle leader in the Stanford University Clayman Institute “Voice & Influence” program and has forged partnerships between SLAC and Stanford University IT, the Hasso-Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford (d.school), and with key Silicon Valley corporations. Theresa is also a member of the governing board for the Evanta (a Gartner company) CIO summits.
A Marine Corps veteran, Theresa’s interests include leadership, emerging technology, language, music & visual arts, travel, and damn fine wine.
Current Role at Stanford
Chief Information Officer
Computing Division, Office of the CIO
Business and Technology Services