Chief Information Officer
City of Dublin, Ohio
Doug McCollough has embraced the rich community of innovation that is Central Ohio and now serves as external CIO/CTO with the City of Dublin. Through collaborations and partnerships he has worked to connect people to opportunities, remove barriers, and promote change in initiatives ranging from Smart and Connected Cities, IT Workforce Development, expanding broadband access, Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, and Blockchain in Government. He has spoken as a Subject Matter Expert and advocate on technical subjects, diversity and inclusion, and using technology for community development and now serves as an advisor, consultant, and advocate for communities and organizations.
Prior to his current work, Doug held positions within the State of Ohio Departments of Public Safety, Commerce, Industrial Commission, and Medicaid. He served as the Director of Information Technology for the City of Richmond, Virginia, and as a Project Manager at Nationwide Insurance and Alcatel-Lucent. He is on the boards of Per Scholas Columbus, TECH CORPS, and Jewish Family Services of Columbus and is a cofounder of Black Tech Columbus.
Doug earned a bachelors degree from the University of Toledo in Information Systems and Operations Management and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Notre Dame. He is a 2020 Champion for Women Award winner from EmpoWE-R Women of Information Security, 2019 Top Doers, Dreamers, and Drivers Honoree, and 2018 Ohio Public Sector CIO Academy Municipality CIO of the Year.