IT Project Manager
Office: Office of the Vice President for Information Technology
Chris began his career at WKU in October of 2000. His first four years at WKU were spent in the School of Journalism & Broadcasting as a Computer Technician and Labs Manager. In August of 2004, Chris moved to the Information Technology Division as a Micro-computing Consultant. In August of 2005, he moved into his current position as the IT Project Manager for WKU. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, with a minor in Math, and is currently pursuing his Masters Degree in Technology Management and plans to graduate in May 2012. His professional certifications include Project Management Professional Certification through the Project Management Institute and Technology Manager Certification through the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering. Chris promotes cooperative behavior and team efforts, inspires cooperation and confidence, and has an unrelenting self-motivation and initiative.