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CSNT Advisory Committee

The Computer Systems and Networking Technology program is dedicated to offering program material relevant to the needs of our business community. We strive to keep up-to-date with the computer/networking industry through the use of current text books, equipment, and well-trained faculty members. Our goal is to educate the student so that they may be successful in obtaining a solid career in the computer/networking field.

With our drive to continually offer relevant, up-to-date material to our students we have put together an amazing Advisory Committee for the CSNT program. Our committee members represent the central Arkansas area and we are proud to have their continued support. The team is made up of individuals from schools, hospitals, private businesses, and state agencies. Their expertise in the technology field gives us insight as to the relative material we need to cover in our program. The following is a list of our distinguished Advisory Committee members.

 

Troy Brazile
INŪVO

Senior Systems Engineer

John Brown
Searcy Public Schools
Technology Director

Wendy Ooley

Manager of Network Solutions

Windstream

James Dixon
Systems Engineer I
First Security Bank Technology Center

Chris Lee

Chief Information Technical Officer

ASU-Beebe

Debbie Martin
Operations Center Manager
State of Arkansas, Department of Information Systems

Rick Martin
Network Architect
State of Arkansas, Department of Information Systems

John McGee
Data Center Manager
Information Systems
Baptist Health

Everett Ellis

CEO

WIRED!

Ira Moore
IT Director
Crain Automotive Holdings, LLC.

Brad Clay

Systems Analyst

HP

Sgt. Hoyt Harness

Cyber Crimes Unit

Arkansas State Police

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