Key Facts

  • Accomplished, ambitious and results-driven professional with broad based expertise in Enterprise Digitization, IT Value Management, Cloud Computing, Social Media, Cybersecurity, and Change Management initiatives for for-profit and non-profit organizations.

  • Noted Information Systems thought leader; tenured professor at The University of Georgia; cited over 1500 times in peer-reviewed journals and published in premier practitioner and academic journals that include The Wall Street Journal, MIT Sloan Management Review, MIS Quarterly, California Management Review, and Business Horizons.

  • Recognized as a renowned cybersecurity and change management expert, Dr. Chatterjee serves on the Corporate and Community Boards of Cybersecurity Collaborative, a confidential forum for chief information security officers (CISOs). He is also part of the 'CISO SWAT Team for CISOs,' a team of world-class experts who are available on short notice to help fellow CISO members. Dr. Chatterjee also serves as Senior Editor of the Journal for Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, a prestigious international research journal (Taylor & Francis Publishing), with full oversight over cybersecurity research. 

  • A demonstrated record of success in public speaking. His speaking engagements range from keynote addresses, to speeches, corporate webinars and workshops, TV and radio interviews, and CXO panel discussions. Dr. Chatterjee travels around the world speaking to a wide range of audiences from practitioners to academics, students, and the general public.

  • Dave Chatterjee’s Technology Roundtable -- Distinguished business leaders, award winning Chief Information Officers, and other renowned thought leaders have attended and spoken at this event. Topics covered include blockchain, artificial intelligence, data quality, and cybersecurity.

  • Chaired and served on major university and college level committees to bring about significant positive change that resulted in better unit performance assessment mechanisms, superior course offerings, and more competitive programs.