MIX Officers


For comments or more information about MIX, contact any of the officers listed below.
 




President

Bill Kehoe
Chief Information Officer
Los Angeles County 
Los Angeles, CA
Phone: (213) 253-5633





The President shall preside at all regular and special meetings of the general membership, designate committees and appoint committee chairmen, act as the association’s prime liaison with information technology suppliers and speakers. The President shall also preside, particularly on matters related to MIX membership, meeting sites, accommodations and agendas and perform other duties as required to accomplish the general purposes of the association.

Bill Kehoe has been a public-sector CIO since 2002 serving as a State Agency CIO at the State of Washington Department of Licensing from 2002 – 2010, King County Washington from 2010 – 2017, and Los Angeles County CIO from 2017 – Present.  Bill has provided strategic and operational leadership for key organizational and technology transformations as a CIO including:  three mainframe migrations, two IT consolidation, data center consolidation, multiple online services for state and local government residents, hybrid cloud development, application rationalization and modernization, IT Governance, Innovation, IT Strategic Planning, Enterprise Architecture, Open Data, Information Management, and public cloud services.   As the CIO for Los Angeles County Bill is tasked with technology oversight of the largest county in the United States with a yearly budget of $32B and an IT spend of $1.2B.

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Vice President

Mike Taylor
Deputy County Manager - CIO 
Pitt County
Greenville, NC
Phone: (252) 902-3805




The Vice-President shall act for the president in the President’s absence, conduct the planning session for the annual conference, prepare the annual conference agenda, interface with information technology suppliers and speakers or others regarding logistical arrangements for the annual conference and notify all members of the final agenda for the annual conference at least two weeks prior to the annual conference. The Vice-President shall also perform other duties as directed by the President to accomplish the general purpose of the association.

Mike Taylor Deputy County Manager - CIO, serves on the County's Executive Management Team and is responsible for directing information technology of the County and its departments, and also has responsibility for Pitt Area Transit System, Office of Public Information, liaison to Public Health and Chairs the County’s self-insured Health Insurance Steering Committee.

Prior to joining Pitt County Government, Taylor worked in the private sector at GlaxoSmithkline Pharmaceuticals as a Senior Manager in the manufacturing IT division, overseeing projects for the design, development and integration of traditional business and manufacturing systems adhering to FDA regulated cGMP requirements.

Mike is currently serving as President-Elect for the NC Local Government Information Systems Association (NCLGISA), Vice President for MIX, Chair for the NC Property Tax System (NCPTS) Steering Committee, Treasurer for Martin Pitt Partnership for Children and Chair of Public Awareness sub-committee for the Juvenile Crime Prevention Council.

Mike holds a bachelor of arts in computer science and MBA from East Carolina University, and is a graduate of the 2010 CGCIO program. Mike and his team have been recognized for IT Leadership by Government Computer News, Midmarket Leadership Award by CIO Decisions, CIO 100 and NCACC Productivity Awards.

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Secretary

Lisa Bobo
CIO 
City of Rochester, NY
Rochester, NY
Phone: (585) 428-7446

The Secretary is responsible for maintaining the minutes of the annual business meetings and other special meetings as directed by the President. He/she also maintains the membership list, coordinates the recruitment of new members for any membership vacancies and performs other duties as directed by the President in order to accomplish the general purpose of the association.

Lisa Bobo was appointed Chief Information Officer in 2012 for the City of Rochester, New York and is responsible for leading the city’s process and technology strategy, as well as managing overall Information Technology (IT) operations.  Her initiatives include improving service delivery with an emphasis on enterprise planning, process improvements, innovation, and technology.

 

Her accomplishments include leading diverse teams and providing leadership of high-priority transformational programs for the City, including the expansion of the business process services organization, implementing a city-wide governance process, continuing to drive enterprise architecture, initiated an information security program, built a geographical information services group, enabled a disaster recovery co-location, and deployed body cameras.

 

Lisa’s community involvement includes service to Digital Rochester, as a panel member for career development discussions, technology workshops, and STEM related activities.   In addition, she is a board member for the Western NY Chapter of the Society of Information Management (SIM), a member of the NYS Leadership Advisory Group, serves on the committee of NYS Local Government Records Archives, a board member of Foodlink and is the secretary for the Metropolitan Information Exchange.  She has also been engaged with multiple collaborative opportunities with local high schools, colleges, corporations, and government entities.



 
Treasurer

  Peter Wallace
  Chief Information Officer
  City of Virginia Beach
  Virginia Beach, VA
  Phone:(757) 385-2463
 
 
 
 
 
The Treasurer collects and disburses monies and maintains financial records of the association and perform other duties as directed by the President in order to accomplish the general purpose of the association.

Peter Wallace is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the award-winning City of Virginia Beach Information Technology (IT) Department. He leads a team of over 170 employees across six business units. With more than three decades of experience in the IT industry, Peter is well-equipped to address challenges and seize opportunities in the Information Age. He has held senior positions at Fortune 500 technology giants including Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Merrill Lynch and IBM.
His bold yet pragmatic approach to managing change in data-driven environments has culminated in local, national and global recognition. The asset management program Peter implemented during his tenure as CIO for the City of Chesapeake won an IBM Smart City Award. Another project he spearheaded reduced their data center’s footprint and received the Local Government Green IT Award for its innovative use of virtual servers. Under his leadership, the City of Boynton Beach earned a first-place award for Innovation in Communication and Technology from the Florida City and County Management Association (FCCMA). Peter’s record of achievement in public and private sector organizations has solidified his brand as a subject-matter expert. His repertoire of knowledge makes him a regular speaker at industry conferences and events. He has been featured in multiple publications and recently appeared on the cover of StateTech.

From implementing enterprise solutions to tackling the complexities of data governance, Peter is on a quest to make government more nimble. He is passionate about modernizing legacy systems to increase workforce productivity and transform how municipalities interact with citizens. Agility, transparency and accountability are consistent themes that guide his views around technology as an enabler. Currently, his major tech initiatives include advancing the effort to position Virginia Beach as a tech hub and expanding broadband throughout the city and the Hampton Roads region.Peter holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University and a Computer Science degree from LaGuardia College. He secured his Certified Chief Information Officer (CCIO) accreditation from Florida State University and received his Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from Florida International University. His future academic pursuits include a doctoral degree in Strategic Leadership.

When it comes to building smart cities, Peter is a champion of innovation who continues to introduce compelling solutions that lead organizations toward success in the digital era. His personal mantra encapsulates the sense of fortitude and purpose with which he approaches each day: “If you start enjoying the view at the top, keep climbing…you are standing still.”

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Immediate Past President

Otto Doll
Chief Information Officer 
City of Minneapolis
Minneapolis, MN
Phone: (612) 673-3633




The President shall preside at all regular and special meetings of the general membership, designate committees and appoint committee chairmen, act as the association’s prime liaison with information technology suppliers and speakers. The President shall also preside, particularly on matters related to MIX membership, meeting sites, accommodations and agendas and perform other duties as required to accomplish the general purposes of the association.

Otto Doll is an accomplished Information Technology executive with over 40 years of experience in the public and private sectors. He was appointed the City of Minneapolis Chief Information Officer (CIO) in February 2011, responsible for all IT operations. Formally South Dakota's CIO for 15 years with responsibility for all state government computing, telecommunications, state radio and public broadcasting. Otto also served as a Director with the United States General Services Administration, developing information technology strategic plans and oversight policy. 

In private industry, he has advised Fortune 1000, Federal, State, and Local Government CIOs on information technology assessment and alignment to business needs.  
  
Otto received his Bachelors in Computer Science from Virginia Tech and graduated from the Senior Executive Fellows program of the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.  

He is a past President of NASCIO - a national organization of state CIOs. Mr. Doll was named to Government Technology's Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers.