Craig Liggett is a graduate of the University of Missouri in Kansas City and holds a Masters degree from Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1989, Craig moved from Kansas City to Atlanta where he taught High School Math for 9 years and then moved into the Technology arena as Internet Coordinator and Manager of Network Services for an additional 9 years as part of the DeKalb County School System. In 1997, Craig and his family moved from DeKalb County to Statesboro, Georgia where he accepted the position as Chief Information Officer for Bulloch County Schools where he has served for the last 14 years. During his tenure with Bulloch County Schools, he has been blessed to serve alongside a successful team of individuals who have implemented a number of upgrades to their schools. Craig often tells folks that he’s the dreamer and his team makes his dreams happen. Some of these projects have included Voice over IP, Fax over IP, IPTV, teacher laptops, Google Apps for Education, 1-to-1 student devices, LED Panels in every classroom, wireless access, single sign-on, OneRoster data integrations, account automation, server virtualization, unified physical security, data center upgrades, and cybersecurity event handling. Craig has 3 children, all homeschooled. His oldest daughter graduated from GSU with a masters in forensic accounting, his son is attending MIT in the fall and his youngest daughter will be a junior at GSU majoring in vocal performance. Craig and his wife serve their local church community and love God. In their spare time, Craig’s wife makes and sells soap products and Craig enjoys wood working.