Women in Tech: Sue Workman

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Forward-thinker Sue Workman is the CIO and Vice President of Information Technology at Case Western Reserve University. In this episode of Women in Tech, Sue shares her career highs and her unique experiences, including how her institution decided to use Microsoft’s Hololens instead of a cadaver lab to teach anatomy.

Sue also offers sound advice to others in the tech field, reminding them that they don’t have to make decisions alone. Hear more from Sue in Tambellini’s Women in Tech video series.

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