Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Division of Information Technology
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DoIT Staff: Changes in the making
DoIT is proud to introduce two new members of the Application Development and Services team. Ken Brayboy began work this past fall and has been busy programming interfaces between Banner and a number of systems. His first project was to complete the Blackboard interface that automatic creates course sections and populates those course sections with enrolled students. Brayboy is a local resident and one of UNCP’s own as he graduated from Pembroke State University in December, 1993 with a BS in Mathematics. Except for a year in the Chicago area and a year in Boone, NC, he has lived all his life within five miles of the university. Prior to joining the DoIT team, Brayboy was employed nearly fifteen years by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and served primarily as an AS/400 programmer. His interests include smartphones, motorcycles, acoustic guitars, and watching the Andy Griffith Show, but not necessary in the order listed.
Applications Development and Services newest member is Myra Moody. If that name sound familiar, Moody is a former member of the Registrar’s Office. Moody shares, “As part of the Registrar’s Office, I have made UNCP part of my family and I hope to continue my career with UNCP’s DoIT Division. I have enjoyed my job as Technology Support Analyst with the Registrar’s Office and have benefited from the experience.” Moody worked previous in Financial Aid at Winthrop University, served as a Baan ERP Consultant and was an employee of Microsoft Corporation.
Another new employee just joining our System Operations team is Tabitha O. Locklear. Locklear is a 2005 Computer Science graduate of UNCP. She has worked in the information technology field for nine years most recently as a Systems Administrator with Robeson Community College. She also has an Associated Degree from RCC in Network Administration and obtained her Network Plus certifications. She plans on continuing her education by seeking a Masters Degree in Information Technology.
Sadly, DoIT’s Application team says a tearful goodbye and wishes good luck to Pam Chavis. Chavis left the DoIT team in December to work in Lumberton at Southern Regional Medical Center. Chavis supported Banner Financial Aid and contributed to a number of important projects including developing interfaces for our current Royall marketing effort.
Tom Jackson, Associate CIO said this about Chavis, “The Applications team and campus offices are going to seriously miss Pam as she took care of so many issues and calls for help on her own initiative.” “It hurts losing someone this valuable to the Applications team, but this is an excellent opportunity for her professionally.” “ She’ll always be one of ours and so we wish her the best of luck as she enters this new chapter of her career.”
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