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Monday, 22 October 2012 19:25
Louisiana Technology Council picks new Executive Director replacing Mark Lewis
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ltc logoThe Board of Directors for the Louisiana Technology Council (LTC), a member organization dedicated to advancing economic development through technology, is proud to announce that Lindsey Hamlin has accepted the position of Executive Director of the LTC. 

 

 

Lindsey is an experienced leader with strong entrepreneurial, strategic management, and business development skills. Prior to being selected as the Executive Director, Lindsey was the Director of Distance and Non-credit Learning at the University of New Orleans. Under her leadership, distance and non-credit learning was propelled to the forefront of the university’s overall strategic plan; the number of online programs approved for delivery increased substantially; and a successful model for professional development certificates was developed and implemented.  Her professional endeavors within academia and industry have allowed her to facilitate communication, forge partnerships, and act as a liaison between essential stakeholders.

As a western Massachusetts native, Lindsey graduated magna cum laude from Bay Path College with a Bachelor of Science in Executive Management. In addition, she received a MBA from Florida Atlantic University.  Lindsey taught strategic management and finance in Webster University’s graduate program.  Both courses employed innovative business simulations to apply theoretical concepts to real-world challenges. She is married to Bradley Robinson, an IT professional, and they are happy to call New Orleans home.

"The LTC is happy to bring Lindsey Hamlin on board as our Executive Director to take the LTC statewide as a technology organization with relevancy in all business sectors” stated Michael Olivier, LTC Chair. The LTC has over 1500 members statewide with over 260 corporate members. The vision of the Louisiana Technology Council is to be the premier advocate for the advancement of both existing and emerging technologies across all industry sectors in the state of Louisiana.  The LTC provides value and support to its stakeholders by serving as the primary resource for the strategic direction of the state’s technology agenda; including industry-university interactions, workforce development, educational programs, networking connections and the global promotion of Louisiana’s rich technological environment.

 

 

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