Resident named marketing,
communication VP at Malone University
Tallmadge resident Timothy A. Bryan was recently named the vice president for university marketing and communication at Malone University, Canton.
Bryan, 50, has spent the past 26 years at Hiram College in positions of increasing responsibility. He currently serves Hiram as chief of staff and chief marketing officer.
Previous positions at Hiram included vice president for institutional advancement, assistant to the president, director of strategic planning and director of college relations.
"Tim has had an exemplary career at Hiram College," said Hiram President Thomas V. Chema. "He has served six different Hiram presidents and worked as part of the senior leadership team here for more than two decades. While we are sad to see him leave our team, we're excited for him as he takes on new challenges in his role at Malone."
At Malone, Bryan will build upon the University's recent comprehensive strategic plan and oversee campus-wide efforts to raise Malone's visibility as a regional university of choice known for Christ-centered academic excellence, spiritual formation, student engagement, and leadership in thought and service. Additionally, Bryan will be responsible for increasing public awareness of the University as a vital educational, cultural and economic resource at the local and regional levels.
"I love Hiram College and have spent more than half of my life working at Hiram," said Bryan. "However, I'm ready for new challenges and the opportunity to prove myself at a new institution. Malone's mission and the positive trajectory of the university where very attractive to me. I'm honored to have the opportunity to join their leadership team."
Bryan is a graduate of the University of Akron. He was honored at Hiram as the recipient of the Nancy L. Moeller Outstanding Commendation Staff Award and was inducted into the Hiram College Garfield Society, an honorary which seeks to recognize those who have made contributions to the betterment of life at the institution.
Bryan will begin his duties July 1.