Roman Mateyko

Roman Mateyko
Adjunct Assistant Professor

BSc (University of Toronto)

Roman Mateyko has worked in the telecommunications industry in both management and engineering roles in the private and public sector. After moving to Victoria in 1988 he joined the Government of British Columbia where he worked in engineering, service management, contract management, planning and strategy. During his tenure as a Network Planning Manager he was responsible for the planning and engineering of the Provincial Learning Network, which connected 2000 schools to SPAN/BC - the province's data network. As Executive Director Regulatory Affairs, Office of the CIO he represented the Province in numerous regulatory proceedings.  He is currently Executive Director, Telecom Planning and Sourcing ICT in the Office of the Chief Information Officer Ministry of Citizens’ Services.  Before joining government Roman worked in the cellular industry and for a common carrier. His experience includes: negotiations, contract management, service management, engineering, planning, implementation and operations of large-scale physical and logical networks. Roman has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto, is a  Professional Engineer (Non-Practicing), a member of the IEEE and is currently an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Victoria.