Instructor: Marcus Cook (Savannah Classes)
A native Savannahian, Marcus Cook is currently employed as a Network Engineer for the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System, where his primary responsibilities are implementing and maintaining Active Directory and district level applications. This includes maintaining the email system for the district, Office Communicator (Instant Messaging), SharePoint, and the Help Desk system. Early on, he served as a trainer, instructing and supporting staff on various lines of business applications from the student information system to procurement, payroll, and policy and procedures for the Board of Education.
Marcus Cook has been working in IT for over 12 years and have also been training users in the use of Computers and Microsoft Office applications for many years, conducting introductory, intermediate, and advanced classes in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access.
HE began teaching Microsoft Office applications in the mid 1990′s for the Continuing Education Department at Armstrong Atlantic State University. Classes were conducted in the evenings and were open to the public. He has had the great fortune to meet and train many local residents over the years. The participants in the classes ranged from students getting ready for college, to secretaries, local business owners, realtors, attorneys, and teachers from our local public and private schools.
Participants in all of his classes have found a patient instructor, dedicated to making learning easy and enjoyable for all.
Instructor: Malcolm Harris (Statesboro Classes)
A Georgia native, Malcolm Harris is a recent (Spring 2011) alumnus of Georgia Southern University with a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science. In 2011, he co-founded Howard Consulting & Investments LLC with his brother Marcus. He is enrolled at Georgia Southern University, where he currently pursues his Masters of Science in Computer Science, with an emphasis in Data-mining and Data Warehousing. As a brother of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc., he serves as Assistant State Director, where he actively volunteers around the Statesboro community, and serves to advise the undergraduate and graduate chapters in the Southeast Georgia area.