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Diana Tullio

Vice President, Technology Services


Diana serves as vice president of technology services within the Managed Services business at HBR Consulting (HBR). With over 30 years of experience, Diana leads strategy, enterprise and solution architecture, and the program management office (PMO). Diana and her team drive the adoption of industry standard best practices for people, processes, and technology to provide superior solutions and services for clients, as well as continuously improving HBR internal operations.

Prior to joining HBR, Diana served as Chief of Staff to the CIO at NCR Corporation, as well as, CIO at Standard Register (now Taylor Corporation). She also led a small business practice that specialized in consulting and training for IT process and technology assessment and continuous improvement.

Diana holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Georgia and an MBA in global management from the University of Phoenix. She serves as an adjunct professor to Wright State University and Miami University.

Diana lives in southwest Ohio with her husband and has a son who recently graduated from college. She enjoys reading, walking and spending time with friends.

Expertise

  • Law Firm IT
  • Managed Services

Contact Info

(937) 903-5157
diana.tullio@hbrmts.com

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