Alexandria, Virginia — The Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO), an industry leader offering a science-based approach to solving problems in talent management, education, assessment, credentialing, and program evaluation, is pleased to announce the appointment of IT executive Joe Greer as its Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
Greer joins HumRRO in a newly created role leading all company technology and technological resources associated with both internal and client-facing systems. He brings extensive public and private sector as well as international experience. Immediately prior to joining HumRRO, Greer was a member of the National Security Agency’s Senior Executive Service, serving for over a decade as a Senior Technical Leader. During his earlier tenure in private industry, Greer served as CTO for both Fortune 100 and business unit level organizations of Fortune 500 corporations.
“We are beyond thrilled that Joe is joining our leadership team,” said Suzanne Tsacoumis, Ph.D., president and CEO of HumRRO. “Given his proven track record of delivering innovations to enterprise-class federal and commercial clients, there is no doubt he is the ideal person to take our technological services and solutions to the next level. I look forward to working with him on implementing our comprehensive strategic technology vision.”
Greer’s technical expertise includes cloud and high-performance computing, big data analytics and decision-making, workflow automation, business intelligence, and master data management as well as the design, operations, and optimization of highly accessible and performant IT systems.
“Establishment of a CTO position is affirmation of the importance HumRRO’s technology strategy plays in empowering our team to continue to deliver brand excellence as we grow,” said Greer. “One of the main reasons I was inspired to join HumRRO is the mission and purpose behind the work, which ultimately enhances the careers and satisfaction of the people within organizations. To say I’m excited to have this opportunity to help enable work that makes a difference in people’s lives and improves the effectiveness of organizations is an understatement.”