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GCI Promotes Jason Tomberlin to Director of GCI Education

Tomberlin brings over a decade of experience developing innovative technology solutions for education in Alaska


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Jason Tomberlin, GCI's new director of GCI Education.

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – GCI, Alaska’s largest communications and technology company, announced today that Jason Tomberlin will be promoted to director of GCI Education, within GCI’s Government, Healthcare & Education team, effective Jan. 16, 2018.
In his new role, Tomberlin will be responsible for the GCI Education program, providing strategic management, operational execution, revenue growth, and marketing efforts associated with the education market segment.
Tomberlin’s new role strengthens GCI’s commitment to be a true partner with education customers, knowing their business and providing services, so they can concentrate on their main goal – educating Alaskans.

“Our education customers have long been leaders in using technology to promote learning, continually driving us to next generation technologies,” said Dr. Pam Lloyd, vice president, GCI Government, Healthcare & Education. “Jason's background as a network engineer and solutions engineer will provide a new depth for our education team to partner with our customers, ensuring the best solutions that fit our education customers' needs.”

Tomberlin has been with the GCI Education team for over 10 years, serving in a variety of capacities, ranging from the designing of school networks to the creation of innovative solutions specific to Alaska’s education needs.

GCI began its work in education over two decades ago when it first brought broadband access to libraries and schools in geographically isolated locations. Since then, GCI Education’s mission has expanded to offering a suite of solutions and support to help meet the needs of schools, libraries, and the communities being served – all designed with the goal of creating a rewarding learning environment.


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