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Veteran IT employee Wayne Floyd steps into CIO position

Veteran IT employee Wayne Floyd steps into CIO position

November 18, 2022

UA - Pulaski Tech has selected Wayne Floyd as the college's Chief Information Officer. He previously served as the college's Director of Systems Programming and Database Services since Sept. 2013.

Floyd has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Henderson State University. He has been active in higher education for the past 17 years in a variety of roles such as student support for online learning, software support analyst, director of system programming and database services, and an instructor of CCNA networking, PC maintenance, PC operating systems, and developmental mathematics.

During his role as Director of Systems Programming and Database Services, he made numerous campus technology-based platforms function more successfully for student and employee use. One of his biggest successful tasks was overseeing the POISE to Jenzabar ERP conversion and most recently assisted with an upcoming student Workday platform.

"I am honored and thankful for the opportunity to lead the college’s Information Services Department," Floyd stated. “It is my hope that we will help change the community and students’ lives for the better by working together to provide high quality technology, security of data, and support to our constituents.”

Floyd's first day as the college's Chief Information Officer was Nov. 16.

IT Services at UA - Pulaski Tech provides information technology leadership and support to both students and employees. IT Services responsibilities include help desk and workstation support, protection of the integrity of the college’s data and administrative systems and providing enterprise-wide services in networking, systems maintenance, systems development, security, and telephony.

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