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Peoria Unified announces new chief technology and operations officer

Posted 10/20/21

The Peoria Unified School District Governing Board approved the appointment of Kevin Molino as the district’s new Chief Technology and Operations Officer at the Oct. 14 board meeting.

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Peoria Unified announces new chief technology and operations officer

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The Peoria Unified School District Governing Board approved the appointment of Kevin Molino as the district’s new Chief Technology and Operations Officer at the Oct. 14 board meeting.

Molino will take over for John Gay, who retired from the district, Oct. 15.

Molino will begin his new appointment Oct. 20.

He brings more than 25 years of diverse information technology experience in the military, corporate and education sectors.

He joins Peoria Unified from the Cartwright School District where he served as the Director of IT and Chief Technology Officer for the past five years.

Prior to his role at Cartwright, Molino held a variety of roles at Peoria Unified, including director of network operations, chief technology officer, IT director, network and systems engineer, technical analyst, desktop support technician and help desk analyst.

Molino graduated from Arizona State University and holds a bachelor’s degree in small business and economics. He also holds several IT and information security certifications. He brings a strong skill set in information technology and Peoria Unified is thrilled to have him return in this new capacity, according to a news release.

Peoria Unified, located in the Northwest Valley, serves more than 37,000 students in 34 elementary schools, seven high schools and one non-traditional high school.

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