Jay Fusco, VP of Information Systems, San Jose Water Group joins Cloud for Utilities’ Advisory Board

Jay Fusco brings a passion for innovation with experience in creating cloud strategy and using technology to transform businesses

JANUARY 24, 2022 – Cloud for Utilities is thrilled to announce Jay Fusco, VP of Information Systems, San Jose Water Group has joined the Executive Advisory Board.

Jay is responsible for the strategy and execution of information technology and security initiatives for the San Jose Water Group of water utilities. He is passionate about the use of technology and innovation to advance San Jose Water Group’s mission and believes utilities have a responsibility to improve and better serve their customers.

“Jay’s experience building cloud strategy and technology transformations make him a natural fit for our Advisory Board. We are looking forward to Jay sharing his experience and perspective on innovation in the water industry,” said Rick Cutter, Cloud for Utilities’ Co-founder and Managing Director.

Prior to his role as Vice President of Information Systems, Jay was Chief Technology Officer, ITS of Connecticut Water Service, a subsidiary of San Jose Water Group. Jay worked at Yale University as an Information Technology Director, where he led the first-ever Quality Assurance team and had the opportunity to co-write the initial Cloud Computing Strategy and transform Yale’s delivery model.

He has also held positions in Enterprise Architecture and Software Engineering for organizations such as Pitney Bowes, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, and ESPN, where he led the first-ever Enterprise Architecture team. He earned a BS degree in market research and statistics from Quinnipiac University and certifications in ITILv3, ITILv4, Lean IT, and TOGAF.

For more information about San Jose Water Group, sjwgroup.com

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Lauren Hurlock