Governor Tim Walz and Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan today announced the following appointments to the Technology Advisory Council.

Tom Butterfield – Edina, MN

Technology Advisory Council


Member with Private Sector or Public Sector IT Experience


Effective: September 7, 2021


Term Expires: January 2, 2023


New Seat

Vincent Cabansag – St. Paul, MN

Technology Advisory Council


Member with Private Sector or Public Sector IT Experience


Effective: September 7, 2021


Term Expires: January 2, 2023


New Seat

Edmund Clark – Minneapolis, MN

Technology Advisory Council


Member with Private Sector or Public Sector IT Experience


Effective: September 7, 2021


Term Expires: January 2, 2023


New Seat

Melissa Reeder – Chaska, MN

Technology Advisory Council


Member with Private Sector or Public Sector IT Experience


Effective: September 7, 2021


Term Expires: January 2, 2023


New Seat

Theresa Wise – Rosemount, MN

Technology Advisory Council


Member with Private Sector or Public Sector IT Experience


Effective: September 7, 2021


Term Expires: January 2, 2023


New Seat

About the Technology Advisory Council:

The Technology Advisory Council advises the Commissioner of Minnesota IT Services on the development and implementation of a state information technology plan, critical information technology initiatives for the state, standards for state information architecture, and management of the state enterprise technology fund.

Additional information about the Technology Advisory Council can be found on the Secretary of State’s website.

The Governor and Lieutenant Governor are seeking qualified and diverse individuals who are passionate about using their knowledge, skills, and lived experiences to serve the state of Minnesota. A list of boards and commissions, including open positions, can be found on the Minnesota Secretary of State’s website.

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