After a national search, Kim Vassiliadis has joined the Office of Information Technology as the assistant vice chancellor for Outreach, Communications and Consulting, effective May 1.
In her new role, Vassiliadis will lead five teams responsible for providing training, portfolio and project management, business continuity, change management, video production services, and news services to enhance the use of technologies at NC State; the teams include Design, Education and Outreach; Information and News Services; Portfolio, Project and Process Services; WolfBytes Video Services; and University IT Accessibility Services.
“We are really excited to have Kim bring her talents and experience to the OIT team and look forward to her being a collaborative member of the NC State IT community,” said Marc Hoit, NC State’s chief information officer and vice chancellor for information technology.
Vassiliadis brings more than 21 years of public higher education experience to NC State. Most recently, she served as director of Digital Experience and Communications in Information Technology Services at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In that role, she led the Digital Services Team, Digital Accessibility Office, ITS Communications, and the Service Management Engagement Team. Vassiliadis has also worked as the Digital Services and User Experience manager; Digital Solutions manager; and with the UNC Libraries as head of User Experience and Instructional Design and Technology librarian.
Vassiliadis holds a master of science degree in library and information science from the University of Texas at Austin and a bachelor of arts in English and communications from Flagler College.