Kristi Hall has joined Chatfield College as the Manager of Instructional Technology and Application Support for both the Brown County and Cincinnati campuses. In this position, Kristi will be serving as part of a team focused on providing support and education to students and faculty in the use of learning management and productivity software.
“We are pleased to add Kristi to the student support team,” said Peter Hanson, PhD, Chief Academic Officer and Dean. “Her career in higher education has focused on the education of students in the computer sciences, and how that process can be best supported through the use of technology, including distance education, making her a great fit for this role.”
Kristi received her master’s degree in Education (Instructional Technology) from Virginia Polytechnic following receipt of a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from Capital University. She was also awarded an Associate of Applied Business in Computer Programming from Southern State Community College. She has much experience in higher education and student engagement, having taught as an adjunct at several colleges like the University of Cincinnati and Southern State Community College.
“I am very excited to be a part of the Chatfield community. I want to be a valuable resource to faculty and students in the area of academic technology and help to make technology an integral part of academic success for our students,” said Kristi.
Kristi resides in Winchester.