Matthew McFall has been named Wallace State Community College’s new chief information officer for the Division of Information Technology.
McFall comes to Wallace State after serving leading Jacksonville State University’s Technical Support Department for nearly five years, where he also served as a liaison between the IT staff and the rest of the university community.
“I am fortunate to have inherited a team of very dedicated and talented IT professionals,” McFall said of his new role. “We look forward to working with the students, faculty and staff to ensure the technology solutions and support we provide on campus are at the highest level they can be.”
McFall is a graduate of Jacksonville State University, with a bachelor degree in Business Management/Human Resource Management and a master’s in Manufacturing Systems Technology. He also is working on his doctorate degree in Emergency Management.
McFall previously served as an assistant chief of the Webster’s Chapel Volunteer Fire Department in Wellington, a volunteer admissions liaison office for the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado, and a high school football referee.