Brad Sweet
Independent Consultant
Brad Sweet is an independent consultant that counsels businesses and non-profits on IT management, strategic direction and marketing issues. He had been the Senior Partner- Managing Director, within the Consulting Group of Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) with P&L responsibility for application outsourcing services that supported many Fortune 500 clients.

Brad has been working in Information Technology management for over 35 years and had been with CSC for ten years. He had various responsibilities at CSC including acting CIO roles as well as assisting many IT organizations with organizational and strategic activities.

He joined CSC after a dozen years at Wang Laboratories, a $3B computer manufacturer and services provider, where he managed the Worldwide Information Services Organization. Operating in the CIO role he oversaw the growth of that organization from approximately 125 people to over 1200 worldwide. Prior to Wang, Brad was the CIO for the American Optical Corporation (AO), a wholly owned subsidiary of Warner Lambert Company (now Pfizer).

Brad was the Chairman of the Boston Chapter of the Society of Information Management (SIM). He has served on the International Board of Directors of SIM, the President’s Advisory Council-SIM International and the Program Chair of SIMposium 2005, their annual conference. He currently serves the Boston Chapter as the Treasurer and a member of several committees.

He has also served on various university/college I/T curriculum advisory committees and has enjoyed speaking at various programs and forums aimed at developing the next generation of CIOs & IT management.

Brad is a graduate of Nichols College with a degree in Accounting and has pursued graduate studies at Clark University and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

He has been married to his wife, Phyllis for 40+ years and they have two grown children and one granddaughter, and lives on Cape Cod, Massachusetts where he is active in the community serving as the Chairman, the New Seabury Architectural Review Committee, the Recycling Committee and the Building Committee of the Mashpee Congregational Church.