Mayor Jackson Appoints First Female, First Black Commissioner of IT

Kimberly Roy Wilson was sworn in August 7, 2017 as the first female and first African American Commissioner of Information Technology for the City of Cleveland.  Before a group of city staff, friends and relatives, Roy Wilson took the oath of office administered by Mayor Frank G. Jackson.

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Roy Wilson has 19 years of experience in technology in the public sector. She has overseen the city’s implementations of integral software and programs such as CityWorks and Kronos. In addition, Roy Wilson helped develop key tools and processes used in the 311 citizen call center. She also co-authored the City of Cleveland’s five-year IT strategic plan.

We congratulate Commissioner Roy Wilson on her new position!