Chicago, IL, July 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Campus Consortium, the largest global education association of schools, colleges and universities announced the appointment of Dennis Thibeault as Executive Director. Dennis assumed the role beginning July, 2017.
Dennis will continue evolving Campus Consortium's mission to encourage educators, students and aspiring leaders worldwide by engaging members of its community to seek and revolutionize the future of education. His core responsibilities at the consortium will be to engage with the education community through programs, services and capabilities. This will involve thorough planning, assessment, thought leadership, research, statistical analysis and relationship management.
Prior to the Consortium, Dennis has over 20 years in the education sphere where his work helped to aid student development on campus through the innovative use of technology. He served as the Chief Information Officer for Curry College located in Milton, MA and was responsible for key technological advancement and strategic planning at Curry College.
"We are excited to welcome Dennis to the consortium who is a strong leader in the education community," said Anjli Jain. "All through his career, Dennis has shown commendable dedication at helping students succeed. With his experience and collaborative approach, Dennis will ensure that the consortium continues to deliver information that can help not only educators but, policy-makers to improve student success in the education sphere."
"I am thrilled to be joining Campus Consortium," said Dennis Thibeault, who comes to the organization with over 22 years of experience in education advocacy. "I can think of no better place to continue the effort to advocate for the academic, engagement and social success of students – while at the same time, bringing along the true spirit of the consortium's mission to educational institutions."
About Campus Consortium
Campus Consortium is the largest global education association of schools, colleges and universities that helps make IT manageable, affordable and accessible to small/mid-sized institutions. Campus Consortium offers Grant Programs towards a variety of products and services. These Education Grants were created to give Institutions with a smaller IT Budget a chance to implement new technology services and reap the benefits.
For more information, please visit campusconsortium.org or contact Annie Hugh.