St. Norbert College Vice President and Chief Information Officer Named to Advisory Board
From St. Norbert College, July 16, 2013
by Mike Counter, firstname.lastname@example.org, 920-403-3089
"I am delighted that Raechelle Clemmons has accepted my invitation to serve on the advisory group of the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education," said Michael Nanfito, executive director of NITLE. "In conversations with Rae, I have come to appreciate her vision, tenacity and capacity for encouraging productive change. Her participation in the NITLE advisory group will be very helpful to the larger community of liberal arts colleges struggling to make sense of the opportunities and challenges we all face. Her contributions will also be immensely helpful to me in my own decision-making with respect to ensuring that NITLE is successful in our mission to help liberal education integrate pedagogy and technology."
Clemmons arrived at St. Norbert in July 2012. She leads the college-wide information technology programs and has overall responsibility for implementation of mission-critical enhancements and initiatives in the I.T. area. An area of focus for Clemmons has been enhancing the role technology plays in support of teaching and learning on a liberal arts campus.
Clemmons was recently listed as one of the leading higher-education CIOs on Twitter by the Huffington Post. She can be found on Twitter @rclemmons.
Clemmons has 20 years of managerial experience leading people and projects in organizations of all sizes, including nine years in higher education. Her career path has included leadership positions in I.T. and marketing, sales and communications.
NITLE works with more than 150 nonprofit colleges, universities and educational organizations across the country. These institutions share a collective commitment to creating rich learning environments and preparing students to contribute, adapt and thrive. NITLE helps these institutions bring their unique strengths to bear on a collaborative mission, breaking new ground for undergraduate education.