TASSCC Board Member
Leebrian E. Gaskins
Office of Information Technology at Texas A&M International University
Associate Vice President for Information Technology/Chief Information Officer
5201 University Boulevard
Laredo, Texas 78041
Term: Expires August 31, 2019
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Dr. Leebrian Gaskins is the first and current Associate Vice President for Information Technology/Chief Information Officer overseeing the Office of Information Technology at Texas A&M International University. The Office of Information Technology manages IT infrastructure, academic and educational technologies, enterprise applications, end-user support, and information security. As a member of TAMIU’s executive leadership, Dr. Gaskins supports the university efforts in strategic planning, budgeting, business continuity, student success, and process improvement initiatives.
At present, Dr. Gaskins has over 25 years of experience in higher education information technology with twelve years as CIO. Dr. Gaskins holds a Ph.D. in International Business Administration with a concentration in Management of Information Systems from Texas A&M International University. Dr. Gaskins also holds a MBA, MA in Technology Education, and a BA in Psychology from West Virginia University. He is a graduate of the Texas Governor’s Executive Development Program and Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs Executive Leadership for Information Technology Excellence.
He serves as a member of The Texas A&M University System’s Chief Information Officer Council and is a founding member of the South Texas A&M Chief Information Officer Council. Also, Dr. Gaskins is adjunct professor in the Division of International Business and Technology Studies at TAMIU teaching Management of Information Systems, International Business, and Business Administration. His professional and research interests include data security, information technology governance, information technology compliance and risk management, and technology issue facing higher education from an administrative and academic such as process improvement and technology in pedagogy.