WAY-FM Adds Dean Sims as Chief Technology Officer

WAY-FM Chief Operating Officer Lloyd Parker has announced that Dean Sims has joined the executive team as Chief Technology Officer. Dean comes to WAY Media after serving the ministry as a technical consultant for 5 months.

“Dean fills a gap on our executive team that has been missing. As we continue to move into the digital space, having someone with Dean’s knowledge base is critical for us. He’s a perfect fit on so many levels.” noted Parker.

WAY-FM Founder/President Bob Augsburg adds, “I am thrilled to have Dean on the Executive Leadership Team here at WAY Media. Our 2020 Vision has a very big digital component and having a CTO with Dean’s capacity and, more importantly, heart for ministry is a blessing beyond words. I believe God has brought him to us at the perfect time in our history.”

Sims added, “It’s an honor to serve with the WAY-FM team! My prayer is for Christ to increase His blessings through our ministry with the wise application of technology”.

Sims comes to WAY-FM after serving seven years as the Director of Global Technology Architecture at Compassion International in Colorado Springs. Before that he was the VP & Chief Technology Officer at T&H and DSC Consulting, VP of e-Business at NRTC and Director of Enterprise Technologies at Raytheon – all based in Washington DC. The new role is effective on July 1 and Sims reports to Parker.

 

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