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San Francisco Announces Chief Data Officer Joy Bonaguro



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March 4, 2014 By

San Francisco has announced Joy Bonaguro as its first chief data officer through a Twitter post from city CIO Marc Touitou.

According to her LinkedIn Profile, Bonaguro previously worked at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory providing support for IT policy. Before this, she served the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and at Cal eConnect.

The announcement came via Twitter, where Touitou said that Bonaguro had already started work.

“Yes ... San Francisco just hired Joy Bonaguro and she started a week ago!” Touitou wrote.

Calls and emails to the city were not immediately returned for comment.


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