Nathanael Carver named new county information technology director | News

Nathanael Carver has joined Transylvania County as the new information technology director.

Carver, a Transylvania County native, attended Rosman High School and studied at A-B Technical College and North Greenville University.

He has a combined total of over 18 years of technology experience. Most recently, Carver was the infrastructure and support manager for Automated Results Computer Consulting, LLC, and his prior experience includes Client Logic/Bell South Internet Services, Laboratory Corporation of America and Transylvania County Sheriff’s Office.

“Nathanael brings the right mix of experience, vision and the desire to serve Transylvania County that will be a huge asset for our IT department,” said County Manager Jaime Laughter. “He is the right leader to build on the long-time work of our retiring director Dean Landreth and to keep leading our technology advancement into the future. We are fortunate to have him back as a county employee and we know he will be vested in the best interests of our citizens.”

Carver said his passion for computers and networks started when he was a student at Rosman High School.

“It is a dream to give back to the community that has given so much to me over the past years,” he said. “I am excited to join a staff of excellent IT professionals and work with all county departments. I look forward to working with this outstanding department to use a world of ever-changing technology to improve and enable county leaders and employees to better serve our citizens.”

Carver will begin his new role today. He and his wife, Lenora, live in Brevard and enjoy their time with friends and family, including their two dogs, Tinker and Dart.

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