Damond L. Nollan is the IT Manager for Web Services at North Carolina Central University. He provides leadership to a team of developers responsible for the creation and maintenance of NCCU.edu. He has over 10 years of professional experience building and managing the web infrastructure for both private companies and public universities. Most notably, he served seven years with his alma mater Elizabeth City State University.
As a speaker, Mr. Nollan has presented at numerous professional conferences, which include ScienceOnline2010, Educause Southeast Regional Conference, Thurgood Marshall’s Member University Professional Institute, C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference, and the Middle Eastern Province Council Meeting.
As a blogger, Damond, along with close family and friends, started an online journal community known as The Labyrinth in 2002. The award-winning site helped to nurture a number of talented artists and musicians over the years. In 2009, after a three-year hiatus, he returned to blogging with his current project DamondNollan.com, where he writes about social media, fatherhood, IT management, and higher education.
Mr. Nollan holds a B.S. from Elizabeth City State University, an M.B.A. from the University of Phoenix and is presently working on the Doctorate of Business Administration from the School of Advanced Studies at the University of Phoenix.
Damond is an active member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. where he serves on the board of directors for the Middle Eastern Province, Chairman of the province training committee, and Chapter Polemarch of Smithfield Alumni.
In his off time, Damond enjoys watching movies, reading, and spending time with his family of five in Smithfield, NC.