Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Technology Partners Appoints Kendall Brewer To Head Its Leadership Development Program

By ET Bureau - April 15, 2022 2 mins read

Technology Partners, a leading technology staffing and solutions firm, today announced the hiring of Kendall Brewer to advance its leadership development programs. Brewer previously served as Head of School at Twin Oaks Christian School and as an educator at Kirk Day School.

“Kendall brings a burst of energy and polished professional presence to our leadership development programs that will help us continue to impact St. Louis and beyond,” said Technology Partners Chief Executive Officer Lisa Nichols. “We are thrilled to welcome Kendall and look forward to further embedding her into our region’s fast-growing technology leadership ecosystem”

As Technology Partners’ new Director of Leadership Programs, she will drive recruitment and engagement for the Technology Leadership Experience (TechLX), InspireCIO, and the Hunter Muller Group (HMG). She will also help promote the popular “Something Extra” podcast hosted by Nichols.

Also Read: Building Confidence in Customers with Minimum Viable Enterprise Architecture

“My experience in education and leadership parallel nicely with what we are trying to achieve at Technology Partners,” said Brewer, who previously worked in education and administration in the St. Louis region. “Whether we are forming new partnerships with corporate entities or finding new mentors and participants for our world-class leadership programs, I am excited to be a driving force for our continued growth.”

Brewer earned a master’s degree in Mind, Brain, and Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education to complement her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Teaching from St. Louis University.

“I will always be grateful to the phenomenal administrators and teachers I have worked alongside, especially my colleagues from Christian Schools Association of St. Louis,” she said. “This incredible community has been there for me through seasons of personal and professional transition, and I will always be the No. 1 cheerleader for our network of Christian schools.”

Check Out The New Enterprisetalk Podcast. For more such updates follow us on Google News Enterprisetalk News.


ET Bureau

The Enterprise talk Bureau has five well-trained writers and journalists, well versed in B2B enterprise technology industry, and constantly in touch with industry leaders for the latest trends, opinions, and other inputs- to bring you the best and latest in the domain.

Subscribe To Newsletter

*By clicking on the Submit button, you are agreeing with the Privacy Policy with Enterprise Talks.*