October (2017)— Congratulations to Loretta Parham on her appointment to the EDUCAUSE Board of Directors as a director-at-large! EDUCAUSE is the association for information technology in higher education and the largest community of IT leaders and professionals committed to advancing higher education. Mrs. Parham will serve as a board member for a four-year term starting next month.
Read the article excerpt from EDUCAUSE below:
EDUCAUSE, the association for information technology in higher education, has announced four new board members. Keith W. McIntosh, vice president for information services and CIO for the University of Richmond, and Sue B. Workman, vice president for university technology and CIO at Case Western Reserve University, were elected by the association’s membership and will serve a four-year term starting in October 2017. Hilary J. Baker, vice president for information technology and CIO for California State University, Northridge, and Loretta Parham, CEO and library director of the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library, were appointed by the EDUCAUSE Board of Directors as directors-at-large. Baker will serve a three-year term and Parham will serve a two-year term starting in October 2017.
“We are very excited to welcome four new board members who bring with them an incredible wealth of experiences, talents, and leadership,” said John O’Brien, EDUCAUSE president and CEO. “EDUCAUSE will benefit from their unique insights and shared passion for our community. As thrilled as we are, it’s always sad to say goodbye to the board members who are departing. Chair Tracy Schroeder, Treasurer Bill Hogue, Eric Denna, and Diane Graves have contributed significantly—and will be missed.”
Full article available at EDUCAUSE