12 CIOs who Twitter

Follow their Tweets and perhaps join the conversation yourself

John McMillen is CIO for Graves County Schools. He blogs at Techucation, where he shares tips on Web 2.0 and social media tools. He's on a mission to make sure schools don't keep their heads in the sand when it comes to such technology.

Tim Davis is CIO for Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits. He seems to get to quite a few CIO summits and tech events on such topics as cloud computing to keep up on things. He's the proud recipient of the 2008 Georgia CIO of the Year Award.

Bruce Maas is CIO for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He Tweeted recently that he sees a silver lining in the tough economy: "Talked with CIOs today in other parts of country. This economic crisis looks like it may bring about needed focus. I see positives."

John David Son is CIO for Marshall County School District. He blogs at CIO Corner about everything from Ning to iPhone apps.

Jeffrey Brandt is CIO and Knowledge Officer for a law firm in Washington, DC. He not only takes part in social networking, he presents on it, according to one recent Tweet.

Lev Gonick is CIO for Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. He blogs about IT trends in education at Bytes from Lev. He's not an obsessive Twitterer -- at least not yet.

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Bob Brown

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