Theresa Ligouri-Hernandez

Theresa Ligouri-Hernandez

Assistant Vice Chancellor – IT Campus Partnerships


University of Denver

Theresa Ligouri-Hernandez Bio

Theresa Liguori Hernandez started her career at the University of Denver (DU) in 2003 and is currently serving at the Assistant Vice Chancellor for IT Campus Partnerships. Throughout her career at DU, she has held a variety of positions, served on numerous committees, and has had progressive responsibilities that have afforded her the opportunity to serve the community in unique ways. In her current role, Theresa overseas the operations of Digital Media Services, the IT Help Center, and the distributed customer service support staff across the university, and she and her team work in collaboration with units and facilities management to upgrade, manage, and maintain the A/V technology for renovations and new design and construction campus-wide.Theresa is committed to creating, developing, and sustaining collaborative relationships, providing a strong team environment that helps nurture her staff, and is a committed advocate for advancing women personally and professionally.


University of Denver

University of Denver

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University of Denver Profile

At the University of Denver, Information Technology (IT) is a unified IT organization that supports the strategic direction, vision, values, mission, and goals of the University by providing IT infrastructure, systems, administrative applications, academic resources, classroom technology, and customer services to faculty, students and staff. Over the past year, the University has embraced the changes within higher education with resilience and agility focusing on an assortment of teaching and learning modalities complimented by technology. The IT division has provided customer focused support to accommodate the entire University community through a combination technology, staff, support and a customer centric department that collaborates with campus partners to manage and maintain the infrastructures needed for the multi-dimensional ways we will need to adjust.