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Andrea Hartman


Andrea Hartman

Andrea started her Information Technology career after returning home from the University of Mississippi. She currently serves as Chief Information Officer for the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, serving the agency in various roles since 2007. With over 29 years of experience in information technology, Ms. Hartman serves as the agency’s lead technical liaison within Command Staff. She is responsible for developing and managing the Information Services Division’s goals and objectives, a multi-million technical budget and strategic technology projects and cyber-security advancement initiatives. These projects are aligned with the agency’s key long-term goals and objectives to enhance and implement strategies to reduce crime, implement and expand programs to promote crime prevention, enhance community engagement, provide effective detention programs and services and the recruitment and retainment of highly qualified technically skilled staff that reflect the diversity of the agency. In directing these strategic initiatives, she serves as an effective change maker to operational and business model changes, with the backbone of efforts focuses on optimization, modernization, and cyber security.

Andrea is the daughter of a U.S. Naval veteran and was born on the Pensacola Navy Base. With her father’s various assignments, she grew a fondness for traveling at an early age. Outside of her travel and technology passions, Andrea is passionate about the men & women who serve our communities and our Nation. She joined Hook in 2021 with a mission to expand the organization's reach to help our communities Heroes who sacrifice every day.

In addition to her position within the Hook Executive team, Ms. Hartman is a certified Government Chief Information Officer (CGCIO), Florida Department of Law Enforcement Region IV Domestic Security Focus Group Chair, member of the Florida Government Information Services Association, lead liaison for the Hillsborough County Cyber Security Task Force, member of Women in Technology International (WITI), member of the Suncoast Alliance for First Responders and an avid community volunteer for various programs such as the Hillsborough County Cattlemen’s Foundation Sheep Dog program, Year Up Tampa Bay, 3DE/Junior Achievement and local pet rescues.

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