Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Ernst & Young names Justin Greis (BS’03, MBA’04), winner of Chairman’s Values Award

Justin Greis (BS’03, MBA’04), a Senior Manager in the Information Technology Advisory Practice of Ernst & Young, was recently named one of Ernst & Young's three Chairman's Values Award winners in the Americas at a reception hosted by Chairman and CEO James S. Turley.

Justin was recognized for his inspirational personality, his strong passion, and his willingness to devote his time and talent to helping students achieve their best. He serves as professor of information systems at the Kelley School of Business, where he teaches IT Governance, Risk and Controls in the Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs.

He and his wife Katharine founded the “Ernst & Young, James E. Buckman Memorial Fellowship” in memory of Katharine’s father. The fellowship is focused on providing post-graduate technology educational opportunities to students in the Kelley School of Business MSIS program at Indiana University.

Justin specializes in Strategic Technology Advisory, with a focus on IT governance, helping clients manage risk and realize higher value from their IT investments. Justin has over 10 years of executive and entrepreneurial leadership experience in information technology that includes IT strategy, information security advisory, IT risk advisory, program management, IT governance, and strategy design. As a recruiter at Kelley, he has led more than forty MSIS students to E&Y.

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