Babson Executive Education
Center for Information Management Studies
Executive Director, Center for Information Management Studies
BS, Mathematics; MBA, SUNY at Albany
Information Technology Management
Kavin Moody is the executive director of the Center for Information Management studies at Babson College, a regional consortium of academic leaders and industry professionals from more than 40 companies working together to promote the effective use of information technology (IT). He has held this position since 2002.
Moody has more than 35 years of experience in industry, consulting and education. He joined Babson College in 1996 as executive in residence, where he worked extensively with the Center for Information Management Studies and as a faculty advisor to students within the MBA program. Moody also has served on advisory boards to several technology companies and has actively consulted to the IT industry and corporate information services organizations. Prior to joining Babson, he was a consultant with Andersen Consulting (Accenture) and a senior IT executive at Gillette and Bank of Boston. Moody started his career at Corning, Inc. where he worked on new business ventures in industrial, consumer, and health care industries.
Throughout his career, Moody has been an advocate of professional development activities. He has published numerous articles in business and professional journals and is a frequent speaker at industry events and professional groups. He is a trustee and past President of the Boston chapter of the Society for Information Management and has served on IT advisory boards at area colleges. While at Gillette, he was a founding sponsor of the Center for Information Management Studies and in 1995 was honored as the first recipient of the Babson College CIMS IT Achievement Award for, “his outstanding contributions to the field of IT, his assistance to the education community, and his commitment to broadening a network of IT professionals.”
Moody earned a BS in mathematics and an MBA from SUNY Albany.