Ohio Five announced that Clint Baker will assume the new role of Director of Consortial Facilities Systems and Programs as of September 1, 2021. The new position will oversee the further implementation of the TOPDesk work management system at Ohio Five colleges and will manage collaborative facilities projects and initiatives to improve cost savings and efficiency across the consortium.
Clint Baker comes to Ohio Five with significant experience in managing automated work management systems and projects. He served as Facilities Logistics Manager at Kenyon College from 2013 to the present, overseeing the implementation of two computerized maintenance management systems, developing a comprehensive asset management program and serving as system administrator for Kenyon’s time and labor management systems. He serves in the US Army as a Supply Sergeant, maintaining an inventory of $15 million in government property and managing ordering and distribution of parts and supplies using automated logistics systems and government credit cards, twice receiving honors as “Logistical Hero” for his efforts. Baker holds a MBA from Western Governor’s University and a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Resource and Technology Management.
“Clint’s key role in the Ohio Five’s implementation of the TOPDesk system and his deep experience in facilities management and systems at Kenyon made him an ideal choice for this significant new role in our organization,” commented Executive Director Sarah Stone. “His focus on workflow management, efficiency, and fiscal discipline will serve our colleges well and be an important addition to our staff.”
Clint will be based at Kenyon College’s Woollam House and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.