Title: Town Manager
Company: Town of White Springs
Location: White Springs, Florida, United States
Tommie J. Jones, Town Manager at Town of White Springs, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in information technology.
After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in communication arts from St. Thomas University in 1993, Mr. Jones went on to earn a Master of Science in management from St. Thomas University in 2015. During his collegiate years, Mr. Jones’ professors noticed his potential in information technology and further encouraged him to brush up on his typing and pursue the field. Alongside his love for computers, he excelled in Oracle Database Administration, a powerful piece of software in the Adobe life cycle. Utilizing this skill, Mr. Jones helped Broward County to implement a variety of online interactive forms for the various departments and divisions within Florida, including the areas of Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and Dania Beach.
Since 2019, Mr. Jones has notably served as town manager of the Town of White Springs, Florida, a small town of about 800 residents. Prior to this distinguished appointment, he served the Broward County Transportation Department as a project manager of information technology solutions from 2010 to 2015 and as an application information systems manager from 2005 to 2015. Additionally, Mr. Jones dedicated the earlier years of his career to the Broward County Office of Environmental Services. From 1982 to 1985, he was a treatment plant operator, later being promoted to the assistant chief plant operator, which he performed outstandingly in from 1986 to 1991.
Today, Mr. Jones remains a member of the National Society of Black Public Administrators and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Looking back on his career trajectory, Mr. Jones attributes his success to honesty, always putting in a full day’s work and carrying out his assigned duties to the best of his abilities. Expanding on his career achievements and skills, he would like to create a computer building school to get children involved in information technology and to learn the benefits of computer skills. His advice and words of encouragement to budding information technology professionals is to be determined. He believes if you have the potential to succeed in like and in your profession then a determination is imperative in order to build on your skills and knowledge.
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