News Highlights: City council welcomes newly adopted information Technology Director
Hopkinsville City Council welcomed the new information from the city Technology Director at Tuesday night’s meeting.
Darryl Anderson, who was recently hired to replace Joe Grace when he retired as IT director, was formally introduced to city councilors at the virtual meeting.
Human Resources Officer Kenneth Grabara said they started the recruitment process in November 2020 and received 18 applications for the position which was reduced to three candidates. Grabara said they selected Anderson, who has several years of IT experience.
Anderson said he was born in this area and attended Pembroke Elementary School and graduated from Northeast High School in Clarksville. He has a Broadcasting degree from Murray State University and a graduate degree from Middle Tennessee State University in Electronic Communications Management.
Anderson said he has worked in technology leadership roles across the country for nearly 20 years.
He added that what he has learned in those years is that technology affects every employee and that he tries to learn from his team.
Anderson said he is looking forward to this new and exciting opportunity to work for the City of Hopkinsville.
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