Ken Freeman Named VP of Information Technology

| March 2, 2012

Ken Freeman

We are pleased to announce that William Kenneth (Ken) Freeman has been named vice president of Information Technology. Ken has nearly 30 years of experience in IT management working at such organizations as at IBM, UPS, Bank of America, Cigna Corp. and Monsanto.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Herbert H. Lehman College and a master’s degree in telecommunications from New York University. Ken was recently named to the St. Louis Business Journal’s 2011 list of diverse business leaders.

Ken joined Webster in April 2011 as the University’s interim IT vice president and was selected after a nationwide search. Over the past year, Ken has restructured the IT division, creating a new model for managing the University’s ever increasing technology needs. IT has also piloted and implemented the University’s new management by objectives model that more closely aligns institutional, departmental and staff goals.

Please join us in congratulating Ken on his appointment.


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    1. Jen Holtmann says:

      Congratulations Ken!!

    2. Jennifer Gammage says:

      Congratulations Ken!

    3. Ron Stewart says:

      Congratulations Ken. I’m glad you are now permanent and I belive Webster University is better for having chosen you for the position. My colleagues at the extended campuses are impressed with your vision for Webster’s growth in the area of IT. I look forward to seeing much of what you discussed at our September meeting come into fruition. All the best to you and yours, Ron Stewart

    4. Tracy Winka says:

      Congratulations Ken!!!

    5. Julie Ciapciak says:

      Congratulations! This is exciting news!
      Sincerely, Julie Ciapciak

    6. Hi Ken,

      After hearing your presentation at the Worldwide Directors’ Meeting in September, I was impressed with all you have accomplished and the plans for the future so I was hoping you’d be hired permanently for the position. Congratulations and best wishes for continued success.

      Madeleine Gervais
      San Diego Campus