June 22, 2024
CSU Knights in the News

Knights in the News | June 2023

Amy Kenum
Amy Kenum has been appointed as the geographic information services manager of the city of Huntsville, Alabama. She has worked for the city for 21 years. “I am very honored to be appointed to lead the Geographic Information Services Division and to continue to be part of a very talented group of employees who create innovative solutions by mapping data and developing new GIS applications for the public and all City departments,” Kenum said. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in public administration at CSU.

Rhonda Davis
ExperCARE Health recently names Rhonda Davis as its new financial chief officer. Davis brings over 30 years of experience to the role. In 2012, she earned both her bachelor’s degree in business administration, and a graduate certificate in health care management at CSU.

Adam Johnson
Northern Pennsylvania Regional College announced the promotion of Adam Johnson to the role of vice president of workforce development. Johnson has an educational background in public safety from over 25 years working in the field. He holds an associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree from CSU.

Matt Jaggar
The city of Eau Claire has named Matt Jaggar a its new fire chief. He has been with the fire department since 1998. “I am extremely excited for this opportunity,” he said. “I really loved what the fire service was about as I learned more about it.” He earned his bachelor’s degree in fire administration at CSU and is a current student pursuing his master’s degree.

Jay Freeman
Jay Freeman will become Gadsden State Community College’s first police chief. “From a young age, I’ve had a strong passion for community service,” he said. “I’ve always desired to make my community safer. I’ve always wanted to be part of something greater than myself. Law enforcement was the ideal way for me to uphold these values.” He is a 2019 CSU graduate.

Vicky Danzl
Vicky Danzl recently received a promotion lieutenant within the Woodland Police Department. She received her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice administration from CSU in 2019.

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