Chief Information Officer
Liz Sexton-Kennedy is responsible for both scientific computing and information technology for the lab. The organization ensures that the laboratory’s scientific programs have the computing hardware, software, data acquisition and electronics support needed to achieve the optimum level of success and provides the laboratory operations teams with the automated business systems and IT services they require to operate efficiently and effectively. Sexton-Kennedy has substantial CMS leadership experience, most recently as the CMS Software and Computing Project Coordinator. In addition, she was the USCMS Software Support and Project Leader from 2005 to 2016. Sexton-Kennedy earned a bachelor’s degree in physics from Rutgers University and master’s degree in high energy physics from University of California San Diego.