(July 26, 2016) – Armstrong State University recently promoted Tim Moody, an information technology leader with 22 years of industry experience, to Chief Information Officer. In his new position, Moody is responsible for strategy and implementation of all technology at the main campus in Savannah and the Armstrong Liberty Center in Hinesville. He also serves as a key advisor on the President’s Cabinet at Armstrong.
Moody has excelled in Fortune 500 and higher education environments and is recognized as a strategic technical innovator and accomplished IT executive. He has significant experience with the ITIL Service Management Framework and earned a Six Sigma Black Belt in process improvement.
Moody joined Armstrong as the university’s associate chief information officer in 2014 and was subsequently promoted to interim chief information officer. During his tenure, he aligned the university’s Information Technology Services department with Armstrong’s strategic plan, managed the launch of Armstrong’s new website and optimized the university’s technology capabilities.
For the past six years, Moody has focused on information technology in higher education. Before joining Armstrong, he served as the chief information officer at College of Coastal Georgia in Brunswick, Ga. and as the director of enterprise IT services at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, Ga.
He also has extensive experience in the private sector, excelling as a consultant and technology architect as well as a manager for firms in the retail and publishing sectors.
Moody earned an M.B.A. from Kennesaw State University and a B.A. in History from the University of Georgia. He recently completed the University System of Georgia’s Executive Leadership Institute, an elite program offering leadership training, cross-mentoring, assessment, job shadowing and other opportunities.
He currently serves as a member of the Technology Association of Georgia, EDUCAUSE, Oceans Exchange and The Creative Coast. Moody also works with the board of directors for Abilities Unlimited of Savannah.