Alan started his career with CareWorks in January of 2013, as a Director of IT, where he managed the IT systems and infrastructure of the CareWorks third party administrator. In this role he was responsible for addressing numerous infrastructure, operations, and development challenges as well as running an agile transformation. Mr. Czako later transferred his expertise in Agile transformations to a Columbus-based client of Careworks Tech and has been working with that client for the last 6 months.
Mr. Czako has worked in the technology field for over 27 years. Prior to joining the CareWorks Family of Companies, he held the position of Vice President of Information Technology and Delivery for 2Checkout.com. His responsibilities included overall oversight of IT and the delivery of new projects. Prior to 2Checkout, Mr. Czako spent five years at Quick Solutions, Inc. as a Project Manager, Program Manager, and a Solutions Delivery Manager. In these roles, he managed projects and engagements for numerous clients including IQ Innovations, Sedgwick CMS, State of Ohio Attorney General, and Worthington Industries. His background also includes 10 years as the Operations & Infrastructure Manager for the U.S. Trotting Association, and five years as a programmer analyst and project leader for The Limited, Inc.
Mr. Czako attended The Ohio State University for both his undergraduate and graduate studies, earning his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1987 and a Masters of Business Administration from the OSU Fisher College of Business in 2007. In addition, he holds the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, Six Sigma Green Belt, and Professional Scrum Master (PSM) certification. He is a Certified Agile Coach and recognized Agile presenter.
He resides in Galena, Ohio with his wife and daughters. Alan Czako is a long-time member of the Westerville Community United Church of Christ, where he has served on various boards and is currently a high school youth group leader. Within the community he has acted as a poll worker, served on the Westerville City Board of Zoning Appeals, and volunteered in various events sponsored by the Westerville police department. He currently holds a position on the Harlem Township Zoning Commission.