FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 7, 2012
Contact: Powers Strickland, Communications Manager – 803.354.5735 or [email protected]
Human Joins IT-oLogy as Campus Relations Manager
Human, a graduate of the University of South Carolina and former Social Media and Communications Manager for TM Floyd & Company, will handle relationships with over 40 colleges and universities serving as a source of qualified IT candidates that are the life-blood of IT-oLogy partners across the country. She will also serve as the administrator for IT Gateway, an online portal linking employers with qualified IT candidates, as well as connecting students to IT internships through the Next Generation IT Internship Program.
“For all IT-oLogy partners, both business and higher education, this Campus Relations Manager role is the connector at one of the most important points in the IT talent pipeline,” said Lonnie Emard, IT-oLogy Executive Director. “This role and these programs provide real return on investment for our business partners.”
“I am excited to join the dynamic team at IT-oLogy and look forward to building long lasting relationships with our academic and business partners in order to grow the pipeline of IT talent and advance the IT profession,” Human said.
Before joining TM Floyd & Company, Human coordinated the youth ministry and communications programs for the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina. She is currently an active board member of The Carolina Alumni Association’s Young Alumni Council, a board member of The Greater Columbia Community Relations council and participates regularly in events that benefit the IT community, Columbia and the University of South Carolina.
Bethany graduated from the University of South Carolina with Bachelor of Arts in public relations and a minor in political science in 2005. She is a native of Dallas, TX and is engaged to be married to her fiancée, Chris, in the summer of 2013.
IT-oLogy is a non-profit collaboration of businesses, academic institutions and other organizations dedicated to growing the IT talent pipeline and advancing the IT profession. IT-oLogy has three major initiatives: Promote IT (K-12 schools), Teach IT (Higher Education) and Grow IT (Professionals and Businesses).