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Chattanooga-based InfoSystems among CRN's Tech Elite 250

InfoSystems, a Chattanooga-based information technology and cybersecurity firm, was awarded recognition as one of CRN's Tech Elite 250, a designation comprised of information technology (IT) service providers in the U.S. and Canada that demonstrate the highest level of certifications from major technology manufacturers.

CRN, the leading industry magazine for IT and cybersecurity providers, provides IT channel news, analysis, and insight. Tech Elite 250 is among the media brand's leading lists that help clients make more informed decisions about service providers. InfoSystems, which provides service across the Southeastern United States, has been included in the ranks of the Tech Elite 250 for four years.

CRN evaluates candidates for its prestigious Tech Elite 250 list not just on the number of certifications and partnerships but the depth of these relationships. InfoSystems is an IBM Platinum Partner, in addition to significant level partnerships with Cisco, Dell Technologies, HPE, Microsoft, Infinidat, VMWare, and others.

"Our technical sales and engineering team of more than 25 IT professionals holds hundreds of certifications," said Josh Davis, vice president of marketing at InfoSystems. "Our depth of experience among engineers and sales volume is impressive, especially for a market like Chattanooga and the surrounding region."

 

Lee University names Dr. Susan Ashcraft to head alumni relations

Dr. Susan Ashcraft has been appointed to serve as Director of Alumni Relations at Lee University and will assume her new position immediately.

"I am thrilled that Dr. Ashcraft is joining the University Relations team," said Dr. Brad Moffett, vice president for University Relations at Lee. "Susan will bring energy, care, and vision to her new role and to our team."

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Ashcraft joined Lee's Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences in 2001, where she currently serves as professor of psychology and human development. She is a published author and researcher in the areas of child and adolescent sexuality and marriage and family relationships. Her works include four Amazon best sellers, including "Beloved: A Journey to Find What Your Soul Longs For" and the Sorcha Books Trilogy.

She is also the founder of Beloved Ministries, a ministry for women, designed to equip, challenge, and encourage one another.

"There are few things I am prouder of than being an alumna of Lee University," said Ashcraft. "I am so grateful for and humbled by the opportunity I now have to serve our alumni community. They are the dynamic link between the university's past, present, and future, and I look forward to building meaningful relationships with our alums and thanking them for their continued involvement with their alma mater."

Ashcraft received her Doctor of Philosophy in human development and family studies from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, her Master of Education in counselor education and counseling psychology from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Lee.

In addition to serving as the Director of Alumni Relations, Ashcraft will continue as a teacher in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences.

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