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Mock to lead technology at Marion Community Schools

Posted: by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
News Blog Category - News Marion Community Schools welcomes Tyson Mock as its new chief technology officer, to lead the way as MCS implements new devices and systems to enhance learning opportunities.

Mock is a proven leader in technology and project management in service of the mission and vision of education.

“Tyson will bring excellent know-how, experience and leadership as our chief technology officer,” said MCS Superintendent Brad Lindsay. “He has a variety of successful leadership experiences as an information technology leader in K-12 schools, as well as municipal and library roles, along with his service in the U.S. Navy.”

Mock said he is looking forward to this new opportunity.

“I am excited to join the Marion Community Schools team,” he said. “It is an honor and a GIANT opportunity to have been selected to fill this vital role.”

Mock will help guide Marion Community Schools in an increasingly technology-driven world.

“I am very much looking forward to working in partnership with staff and students, as well as the leaders within this community, to help our schools provide efficient, effective, and impactful technology programs that will prepare all our students to be positive and productive digital citizens,” he said. “With technology being known as ‘the great equalizer’ — meaning that it levels the playing field and has the capacity to provide equal opportunity for all — I cannot think of a more exciting mission!”

Mock earned his bachelor’s degree business administration and management information systems from Indiana Tech in Fort Wayne. He earned his master of science information management degree from Arizona State University.

"We look forward to the leadership Tyson will provide our Marion Community Schools family," Lindsay said.