Jedi Hammond Elected as New ITCC Chair

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The IT Certification Council is proud to announce our newly elected Chair of the Board, Jedi Hammond. Jedi had previously served as Vice Chair since January 2020, and was a valuable contributor to the organization’s growth in 2020. 

Jedi Hammond, ITCC Chair

In his two-year term as Chair, Jedi will lead the council’s strategic planning and involvement in the IT certification industry, ensuring every program and project supports our mission to enhance the collective value of certification for the industry, employer and test taker. 

Jedi has been a critical member of the team in his time with ITCC, bringing his more than 20 years of industry experience to our organization. He’s currently the Certification Project Manager at Dell Technologies, where he’s responsible for customer and partner certification offers and helping to set the overall strategic direction for the Dell Technologies Proven Professional Certification program, a global program of certifications ranging from product and technologies to technology independent roles like data engineer and enterprise architects. 

We’re confident that Jedi’s broad and deep understanding of the industry will continue to be an asset to our organization and serve him well in his new leadership role. Congratulations, Jedi!

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