KINGSPORT — Kingsport Metropolis Colleges has named Andy Arnold, most not too long ago a Bristol, Tennessee, faculty system principal, as its new chief know-how officer.
Arnold will oversee all know-how operations for the district, together with all packages, providers, insurance policies, assist and programming. He’ll assume his duties Wednesday, June 16, changing Tony Robinson, who’s resigning to maneuver out of state and be nearer to household.
“We’re excited so as to add Mr. Arnold to our district management staff. We’re assured his expertise, expertise and fervour for academic know-how will vastly propel us ahead as we offer the best caliber studying setting for our college students, lecturers and employees,” KCS Superintendent Jeff Moorhouse stated in a information launch. “He’s well-known all through the area and throughout Tennessee for his experience and skills, and we’re thrilled he’ll lead our know-how efforts at this crucial time.”
Arnold most not too long ago served as principal of Vance Center College in Bristol. All through his greater than 25-year academic profession, he has additionally served as a know-how trainer, athletics coach and, for 15 years, as a director of know-how and chief know-how officer with Bristol Metropolis Colleges.
Arnold’s statewide know-how management expertise contains serving because the chairman of the board of administrators of the Tennessee Academic Know-how Affiliation for 3 years.
Arnold holds two grasp’s levels: a grasp of arts in training from Cumberland College and a grasp of arts in academic management and administration from Union Faculty. He additionally holds a bachelor’s diploma in know-how training from Appalachian State.