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Daniel de León named Dynamic Campus CIO at Texas Wesleyan

04.30.2019 | By: Texas Wesleyan University
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Dynamic Campus and Texas Wesleyan University are pleased to announce that Daniel de León has accepted the position of chief information officer (CIO). Daniel will join the team on May 13, but has already begun to engage remotely.

Daniel has more than 26 years in higher education and has held the positions of CIO, assistant CIO, IT director and network engineer. He currently serves as the Dynamic Campus CIO at Texas Southmost College in Brownsville.

“I am very excited and am looking forward to Daniel joining Texas Wesleyan. Daniel’s history with strategic IT management and higher education will help position the university for the future,” Donna Nance, vice president for finance and administration, said.

Daniel’s global understanding of the business of higher education and strategic IT services make him a powerful asset for Texas Wesleyan. His inherent nature is to empower employees in a way that effectively serves the entire university community through the strategic use of information technology. 

“We would also like to thank David Hunter for his leadership and commitment to Texas Wesleyan as he has served as the startup and interim CIO. He has provided an invaluable service to the institution and will remain engaged as we transition Daniel de León into the CIO position,” Nance said. “David will continue to be involved in special projects and initiatives in support of Texas Wesleyan.”

Please join us in welcoming Daniel de León to our team at Texas Wesleyan University!

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At Texas Wesleyan, we have a rich history and a Texas-sized reputation. As stewards of the University, it is our responsibility to build a future as bright as our past.