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Mr. Joel Schwalbe
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Joel Schwalbe is the Chief Information Officer for Transnetyx in Memphis, TN. Transnetyx is the trusted source for automated genotyping on behalf of thousands of researchers in universities, hospitals and bioscience companies around the world. Mr. Schwalbe joined Transnetyx in August of 2020 and brings nearly 16 years of CIO experience. He is responsible for strategic planning, software development, network and data center operations, telecommunications and cybersecurity.

Before joining Transnetyx, Mr. Schwalbe was the executive vice president of business services for the Dr. Phillips Center in Orlando FL. In this position, he provided oversight for the box office team, sales team, events team and the technology team including strategic planning, e-Commerce, business application systems, Front of House (FOH) technology, cyber security, telecommunications and data center operations.

Prior to joining the Dr. Phillips Center, Mr. Schwalbe was the senior vice president and chief information officer for CNL Financial Group. In this role, he provided oversight of technical strategic planning and architecture, application development, information security, telecommunications and computing and network operations. Mr. Schwalbe joined CNL in 2005 as the vice president of technical services. He was named CIO in February of 2006.

Prior to his role with CNL, Mr. Schwalbe was the vice president of technology for ClearSky Mobile Media. In this role, he was responsible for all aspects technology including application development, systems engineering and network and data center operations. Prior to joining ClearSky, Mr. Schwalbe served as the vice president of network services for the Global Corporate Investment Bank of Bank of America.

Mr. Schwalbe has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Central Florida. He serves on the industry advisory councils for the UCF College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Valencia State and for the Crummer Business School at Rollins College.
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