John Arsneault is a technology management executive with over 25 years of experience. He is focused on improving client experience, growth opportunities and efficiency via technology adoption. As the Chief Information Officer at Goulston & Storrs, a top US law firm, John is responsible for the firm’s technology infrastructure, application portfolio, security, support services, knowledge & research services, PMO and records management.
He is also a private equity investor and startup advisor. He has invested in over 40 tech startups including Lyft, Pinterest, DocuSign, MongoDB, Draft Kings, 23andMe, Cloudera and Nutanix.
John is a member of The Wall Street Journal’s CIO Network, the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council and CNBC’s Technology Executive Council. He is a speaker at the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) and Argyle’s Information Technology Forum. He is annual attendee at Recode’s Code Conference and Y Combinator’s Demo Day. John also contributes to Venture Fizz, a Boston tech startup website and routinely publishes articles on Medium.
His expertise is in technology strategy and execution within the realm of growing a business. He has lead efforts across early stage startups, mid-sized organizations and large-scale operations.
John holds certificates in education from Harvard Business School in Delivering Information Services and Building Advantage Through Operations.