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College hires director of enterprise applications, systems


Laurie A. Fullerton has been named director of enterprise applications & systems within Information Technology Services at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Laurie A. FullertonFullerton, who began her duties on July 6, has more than 20 years of experience with enterprise and administrative systems. She was most recently employed as applications manager at Gannon University, Erie.

Fullerton earned a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from Robert Morris University and an associate degree in accounting from Community College of Beaver County.

She holds certification as a Project Management Professional from the Project Management Institute.

“We are excited to have Laurie join the ITS team,” said A.J. Lacomba, vice president for information technology/chief information officer at Penn College. “She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the group along with some fresh perspective. We look forward to utilizing her project management experience to better enable our already strong systems group to meet the programming needs of the college.”

For more about Penn College, a special mission affiliate of Penn State and a national leader in applied technology education, email the Admissions Office or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

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