Town introduces new data technology director

The city of Hopkinsville’s new information and facts know-how director has additional than 20 yrs

The city of Hopkinsville’s new information and facts know-how director has additional than 20 yrs of encounter performing for municipal governments, schools and the private sector. 

Darryl Anderson
Darryl Anderson

Darryl D. Anderson, who was launched through Hopkinsville Town Council’s livestreamed meeting Tuesday, also has roots in Christian County. He attended Pembroke Elementary University and graduated from superior university in Clarksville. 

Most not too long ago, Anderson was a complex coverage author for HCA Health care in Nashville and the director of technological solutions at Austin Peay Condition College. His work record also includes employment with the city of Memphis, Xerox, Jackson (Mississippi) Public Schools and Hollywood On line casino Tunica. 

Very long-time metropolis employee Joe Grace is retiring as IT director in July. He is being extended enough to ensure a clean changeover, Mayor Wendell Lynch formerly claimed. 

“I genuinely want to come to be the city’s dependable technologies husband or wife,” Anderson advised council users. 

“Mr. Grace has crafted a sound foundation right here for the upcoming technological innovation director to be thriving,” he said. 

Human Sources Officer Kenneth Grabara explained the town experienced 18 applicants for the task and interviewed seven finalists. Three council users — Kimberly McCarley, Amy Craig and Phillip Brooks — assisted carry out interviews. 

Anderson’s wage will be $83,859, Grabara informed Hoptown Chronicle. 

Anderson acquired his bachelor’s degree in broadcasting at Murray Point out College in 1989 and a master’s in communications management at Middle Tennessee State College in 1997. 

(Jennifer P. Brown is the editor and founder of Hoptown Chronicle. Get to her at [email protected].)