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Loeb to leave ISACA as group seeks new strategic direction

Chief executive has led association for business technology professionals since 2014; search committee formed to find successor


Aug. 31, 2018
By Walt Williams

Matt Loeb will step down as CEO of the Chicago-area ISACA on Nov. 9, ending his four-year tenure as head of the association for business technology professionals.

In an email to CEO Update, Loeb said the board of directors decided to change the association’s strategic direction.

“As part of that change, I am stepping down as ISACA CEO on 9 November,” he said.

Loeb joined ISACA in 2014. Loeb previously was staff executive at IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), where he worked for more than 20 years. He also was executive director of the IEEE Foundation. Before IEEE, he was manager, quality press, at the American Society for Quality.