President Expands Cabinet to Include Human Resources, Information Technology
As of this week, the president’s Cabinet includes two new members: Kim D. Harrington, associate vice president of Human Resources, and Daren Hubbard, vice president of Information Technology.
The leadership body is made up of senior administrators from academic and administrative units. Members include Institute vice presidents and division directors. See the full cabinet.
“Our people, our culture, and the information tools at our disposal are critical to our future, and it is, therefore, important to give senior leaders of Human Resources and Information Technology representation on the president’s Cabinet,” said Georgia Tech President Ángel Cabrera. “We are already benefiting from the wealth of experience that Kim Harrington and Daren Hubbard bring, and look forward to working even more closely with them as part of Cabinet.”
Harrington has been at Georgia Tech since 2001, in various leadership roles, and became associate vice president of Human Resources in 2015. Hubbard came to oversee the Institute's Information Technology group in September.
Prior to this occasion, the last addition made to the Cabinet was in 2019 when the position of director of Athletics, occupied by Todd Stansbury, was added.