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Introducing our newest Board Member-Erik Moskavicz

Updated: Jun 4, 2023

Erik Moskavicz at a glance.


Erik Moskavicz is a process-driven IT Manager who focuses on delivering effective government services. With eight years of experience in project and change management within large organizations, Erik has a proven track record of leading successful digital transformations and driving process improvement initiatives involving employees at all levels.


As a technology leader at the County of San Diego, Erik directs a team of ten technologists responsible for servicing and consulting over 400 employees, including attorneys, case managers, investigators, and executives. In his current role, he oversees departmental-level processes such as cybersecurity, technology strategy, service delivery, portfolio management, and organizational change management. Erik also acts as the Information Security Officer, establishing robust controls, awareness programs, and corrective action plans. Additionally, he serves as the Local Child Support Agency Information Security Officer and California Department of Justice Security Point-of-Contact.


In addition, Erik excels at aligning technology initiatives with business goals. Notable achievements include implementing a web-based office visit experience so customers can meet with live case managers, effective disaster recovery responses for various local emergencies, and increased awareness of the digital divide. Erik's team also excels in delivering consultations, service, training, and project management. Together, they have effectively improved the customer experience by empowering staff with modern tools and providing the necessary training and support to succeed.


Erik is a Doctoral Candidate at the University of Southern California School of Social Work, with an expected graduation in August 2025. He also earned a Master of Science in Business Information Technology from DePaul University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from DePaul University.



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