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Mr. Dan Privott began at Cumberland University in the fall of 2014 as an adjunct instructor. He teaches various accounting classes in the undergraduate business program. Mr. Privott continues to work as a technology consultant specializing in Oracle and NetSuite implementation, upgrade and enhancement projects, which he has done for over twenty years. Prior to consulting, he spent time in two Big 4 public accounting firms. He is an active CPA and also has a PMP as a certified project manager.
Mr. Privott holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC and an MBA in Accounting and Finance from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. He is currently completing a Doctorate of Business degree with plans to graduate in the fall of 2021.
Henry Meadows graduated from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. Henry continued at WKU, earning a Master of Science in Computer Science. During his time at WKU, he was an active member of the Theta-Theta Chapter of Kappa Sigma International Fraternity. Beyond his Master’s degree, Henry took graduate courses in Computer Science at Southwestern Louisiana (now University of Louisiana, Lafayette), graduate courses in Mathematics at WKU, and graduate courses in both Computer Science and Educational Leadership at University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Henry taught Computer Information Systems at Cumberland University from 1989 through 1999, achieving the rank of Assistant Professor. Henry played a key role in establishing the current Greek system at Cumberland with the colonization and installation of the Theta Prime Chapter of Kappa Sigma.
In 2000, Henry joined Cendant Travel Services in Nashville as a Software Developer and moved into various training positions. Through a series of mergers, acquisitions, and spin-offs, Henry now works for Expedia Group as an Instructional Designer in the Agent Learning and Knowledge team, developing training courses for the organization’s approximately 13,000 agents across the world. Working in the travel industry has allowed Henry to travel widely, both for work and pleasure; some of his favorite destinations have been Athens, Rome, and Sydney. Henry moved back to Tennessee in 2019 after living in Denver, Chicago, Seattle, and Orlando. He is excited to get back into the classroom.