BCIT Leadership

Portrait of Mark Gager, Chief Information & Technology Officer

Mr. Gager, BCIT's Chief Information Officer, has over 20 years of leadership experience in multiple industries. He has specialized in establishing and leading all aspects of enterprise-wide Information Technology (IT), Project Management Office (PMO), and Strategy Management Office (SMO), and Performance Excellence functions.

In addition, Mr. Gager is proficient in all aspects of organizational design, policy and procedure development, methodology establishment, organizational change management, and more. He has overseen the implementation of hundreds of highly complex technology projects to include many large-scale enterprise information systems for multiple industries.

Mr. Gager is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute, and a certified Balanced Scorecard Master Professional (BSMP) through the Balanced Scorecard Institute, and a Lean Six Sigma Executive Champion.

He serves as a Baldrige Examiner through the Quality Texas Foundation which is a framework focused on Performance Excellence and other methods that drive efficiency and effectiveness. Mr. Gager holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Information Systems from the Florida State University.

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Evan O’Mahoney, BCIT's Chief Technology Officer, has over 15 years of experience in the IT industry holding various leadership roles, to include over ten years with a Fortune 100 corporation. Mr. O’Mahoney specializes in the deployment and enablement of technology solutions focused on business optimization and innovation. His unique consultative led approach ensures that IT products and services are aligned with established company objectives.

Further, Mr. O’Mahoney has proven success in the areas of leadership and team development, technology services and operations, strategy development, partnership and collaboration, and financial management. 

Mr. O’Mahoney is active in the local community and supports organizations such as the United Way, the ALS Association, the Jim Lehrer Society, and the San Antonio RoadRunners. He also stays involved with the ever-evolving San Antonio tech movement.