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    Jack Probst and the itSMF Board Election

    In the next few days itSMF USA members will be receiving their invitations to vote in the election for new Board members.

    We’re pleased to report that Jack Probst - one of our most respected IT Management Consultants - is volunteering his time as a Board member this year. Up to now, we’ve never had a Pinker sit on the Board of itSMF USA. If Jack happens to get elected, we know he’d do the industry proud. So I’m happy to support him by making sure he has the time he’ll need - away from Pink duties - to live up to his responsibilities as an itSMF Board member.

    If you’re not too familiar with Jack, here’s a little background ....

    Jack is in his 4th year at Pink, providing strategic advice and advanced ITIL education to a wide range of customer organizations in all sectors. Over the past couple of years he’s also been very active as a member of the itSMF Academic Sub-Committee (adult learning is one of Jack’s passions). Prior to joining Pink he spent over 10 years at Nationwide Insurance, first as CIO of their subsidiary - Scottsdale Insurance Company - and then leading the Office of Process and Governance at Nationwide’s HQ in Columbus, Ohio.

    Jack’s one of the most organized, innovative, resourceful and responsible people I’ve ever worked with, and so I’m sure he’d be a great asset to the itSMF Board.

    Good luck, Jack!

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