Larry Quinlan is a principal at Deloitte. As Chief Information Officer, Larry is responsible for all facets of technology.

Since joining Deloitte in 1988, Larry has served in a variety of leadership roles. He holds an MBA from Baruch College, City University of New York and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of the West Indies.

Larry is passionate about the possibilities that technology has to make our lives better. He speaks frequently on the topics of leadership, IT transformation, mobility, and collaboration. He has been honored by institutions and publications including STEMconnector (100 Diverse Corporate Leaders in STEM), Nashville Business Journal (2014 CIO Award), American Foundation for the University of The West Indies (Vice Chancellor’s Award), CARAH (Outstanding Corporate Contribution to Corporate America), and CIO Magazine (2012 CIO 100 Award). Larry serves on the boards of NPower, Executive Leadership Foundation, and the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NY).

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According to Larry Quinlan in the ever-changing area of technology, it is important to understand the limitations of trying to stay current with every type of new technology in the marketplace. He discusses how his organization has chosen to focus on emerging technology that is critical to the business needs.

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