Information Technology Businessman
In a nutshell
- Passionate information technology professional with over 15 years of experience in the field.
- IT Educator at Keiser University
- Professional Blogger using experience to educate others on the importance of IT and professional development
- Five Words: Technologist, Ambitionist, Leader, Entrepreneur, and Educator
A little more
Kenneth Thomas titles himself as a Business Technology Professional. Five terms to describe him, in a nutshell, would be Technologist, Leader, Entrepreneur, Blogger, and Educator.
Kenneth is a passionate information technology professional with over 15 years of experience in the field. He currently holds a role as an educator in higher education and a professional blogger and uses his experiences to teach others the importance of IT, entrepreneurship, and professional development.
Kenneth also serves as the Founder/President of a small IT consulting company based in Tallahassee, FL. He currently possesses an MBA degree, a Master’s in information technology (IT), and Bachelor’s in IT from Florida A&M University, Florida Tech, and Florida State University. He’s also an alumnus of Tallahassee Community College.
In recent years, Kenneth has grown interested in giving back to his community by getting involved in politics and volunteering with local organizations and schools. He takes pride in patronizing local businesses and has become an advocate for ending the rural digital divide. Furthermore, he’s begun to participate in initiatives that encourage youth and others to explore technology and entrepreneurship areas, including lecturing classes and hosting professional development sessions at local schools and universities.
With a geeky personality by day and conversational extrovert, any other time, Kenneth enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, and working on other business ventures.
Purpose of this blog
In addition to showcasing his expertise in the area of technology, this blog serves as a platform to teach others the importance of technology and professional development. Kenneth also serves as a mentor for aspiring IT professionals and provide online coaching services.