Diana G. Oblinger, president and CEO of the higher education information technology organization Educause, on Thursday announced she will retire in March 2015. Oblinger has been involved in the organization's leadership for a decade, also serving as vice president between 2004 and 2008.
In a message to the Educause CIO listserv, Oblinger said her decision was based on "a variety of personal reasons," but did not elaborate. The Educause Board of Directors will begin the search for Oblinger's replacement next month, according to a press release.
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