Massey named Chief Information officer at Spring Hill College
Mobile, Ala. – Spring Hill College president Rev. Richard P. Salmi, S.J., has announced the appointment of Margaret G. Massey as chief information officer (CIO). She will join the Spring Hill administration Nov. 1.
As chief information officer, Massey will be responsible for all aspects of the college’s information technology environment, including the organizational units that administer information resources and support information technology users. These currently include educational technology, student technology, central information technology services, enterprise information structures, technical infrastructure, telecommunications, and Web technologies.
Massey has most recently served as dean of the School of Extended Learning, a school she developed and initiated, at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Va. She also served as chief information officer and associate vice president for information technology at Norfolk State, where she directed academic and administrative computing, university networking, telecommunications and various media initiatives. She also previously served as vice president for technology and chief information officer at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Fla.
“We are very pleased to welcome Margaret Massey back to Mobile to lead our initiatives in information technology,” said Salmi. “She beings a wealth of experience and program leadership to the college in this important administrative area.”
A native of Mobile, Ala., Massey holds a Bachelor of Science in economics from Auburn University, a master’s degree in international business and higher education leadership from Florida International University, and a Ph.D. in social work from Norfolk State University.