2018 Board

President

Tim Tillman
president@aitprich.org

Mr. Tillman is dedicated to the success of CompTIA AITP in Richmond.  As a previous AITP Board President, he brings experience and passion to supporting the chapter.  Mr. Tillman is the CIO/CISO for Colonial Heights Public Schools south of Richmond as has a technical career spanning 22 years in Education and Healthcare.  Mr. Tillman holds various technical certifications including CISM, CISA, and CETL.  Mr. Tillman also holds an MS in Information Systems and an MBA from Virginia Commonwealth University.

 

Secretary / Treasurer

Tia Dew

 

Talent Acquisition and Liaison

Maureen Carley

Maureen has 10+ years in technology related settings, primarily in education.  Most recently, she worked with middle and high school students, teachers and administrators as Virginia FIRST Tech Challenge (Robotics) Program Director.  Planned and delivered eight major educational and competitive events, including developing a new workshop preparing teams for competitions and future academic endeavors.  Prior to FIRST, she was outreach and community relations director for the Information Systems Department at VCU.  Developed and led Executive MS-IS program; was principal recruiter, marketer, and program spokesperson, plus chief steward of student, alumni and executive relations.  Maureen also managed all operational aspects of the program. Holds BS in Marketing and MBA.

 

Marketing and Public Relations

Mike Zaweski

Mike currently works for the Colonial Heights Public School district as an IT Systems Administrator. Previous work experience has involved various non-profit agencies in the fields of Emergency Response, Children’s Literacy, Volunteer Management and Outreach. As an Outreach Coordinator of AmeriCorps St. Louis, Mike helped organize and facilitate city-wide service events involving thousands of volunteers and has helped provide direct and indirect assistance to communities affected by natural disasters. As a Systems Administrator for Colonial Heights, Mike has helped the district prepare for a 1:1 Chromebook initiative while supporting the implementation of a more robust and secure infrastructure to facilitate the adoption of a digital Learning Management System.

 

Membership

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