Andy Roos—Chief Information Officer
Andy Roos oversees the IT infrastructure and taskforce at the National Audubon Society, including Audubon's databases, technical support, applications, and web service for a network of 22 State Offices and 44 Centers. Under his oversight, all fundraising gift data from Convio and PCD was transferred into Millennium and Audubon's donor database and all of Audubon's applications were migrated from antiquated and uncoordinated technology to stable and manageable platforms. He continues to look for ways to integrate data and systems from across the network to enable enterprise wide access while holding the line on the costs incurred.
Using his technical expertise, Roos is working to streamline Audubon's information network to enable smooth and seamless operations across the organization. His work allows the National Audubon Society to easily manage the vast amount of information that comes in everyday from across Audubon's network. His group is responsible for supporting the online presence of our citizen science and chapter services and helping Audubon focus on its conservation goals through technology.
Roos rose to his current position as Chief Information Officer after serving as the Director of Database Services with Audubon. Previously he served in a variety of roles including IT manager, director, VP, and CIO of several organizations ranging from American Express, Deutsche Bank, Merck Pharmaceuticals, and several insurance companies. Andy specializes in the rehabilitation of IT departments and is advancing that goal at Audubon.
Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) V3 Certification
B.A. in Mathematics and Computer Science and B.A. English and World Literature, Manhattan College