Jorge Kalil

Chief Information Officer

Jorge Kalil left his undergraduate liberal arts studies at Fordham University in Manhattan in 1985 to pursue an uncharted career built around the IBM personal computer model 8086.  As the Help Desk Manager for Bank Trade Software at Complex Systems Incorporated, an international company, Kalil was responsible for serving more than sixty financial institutions worldwide.  In 1995 Jorge became the Director of IS for Big Apple, a well established information technology consulting firm in Manhattan. During his four year tenure there, Jorge spearheaded exciting projects with fiber optics networks, Internet surfing and integration of IBM Mini computers with Personal computers across campuses, cities and countries using the latest technology available by Cisco, Microsoft and Novell. Kalil began working in the field of organ and tissue donation at the New York Organ Donor Network (NYODN) as IS Manager. He later joined NJ Sharing Network in 1999 as Director of IS. Jorge’s vision became reality in 2004 when both NY Organ Donor Network and NJ Sharing Network went live with a Paperless Organ Allocation Program. A Microsoft Partner since 1995, Jorge is recognized by Microsoft as a Network Infrastructure and Advanced Network Infrastructure Gold Solution Provider.