Washington, D.C — The Center for American Progress welcomes Dae Yi as its new chief information officer. He will oversee and manage all of CAP’s information technology systems, which includes protecting the organization’s systems, streamlining and coordinating CAP’s technology tools, and managing daily technology operations.
“Dae is a technology executive with more than 15 years of tech experience leading teams to drive positive impact,” said Patrick Gaspard, president and CEO of CAP. “From developing strategic plans to implementing workflow improvements, he brings a holistic view to helping organizations navigate the intersection of people and technology.”
Previously, Dae was the vice president of information technology and cybersecurity at Personified, a managed IT and cybersecurity services provider for progressive campaigns and organizations. He also served on the Biden-Harris presidential transition team, the 2020 Democratic National Convention, and the Kamala Harris presidential campaign in various tech leadership roles.
Dae holds an MBA and an M.S. in ITS from Johns Hopkins University, as well as a B.S. in computer science from the University of Maryland.
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