The HSPH Department of Information Technology welcomes new hire, Kofi Baffour Mireku. Kofi will work as a user support specialist in our User Services Group and will provide helpdesk, desktop, classroom, and media services support to the community. He replaces Julie Lantz who left HSPH to return to her hometown of Baltimore and for employment at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
Kofi has worked for the past two years in Las Vegas, NV. First, he worked at the Wynn Resort, where he was part of a team that installed and tested hundreds of computers and systems throughout the new Wynn Encore casino from construction through the grand opening. More recently, he worked at United Health Group where he provided phone support for healthcare professionals on hospital systems.
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We are excited by Kofi’s mix of technical and customer service skills and in a variety of settings. He’s an A+ certified technician and has taken courses in both Cisco networking and Microsoft server technology.
Kofi worked previously at CVS-Caremark Headquarters in Rhode Island as an information systems technician. At this position, he provided daily desktop support in a busy office setting. Kofi attended college at University of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College. He plans to continue his studies here at Harvard.
Please join us in welcoming Kofi to our technical staff and to the HSPH community!
Interesting fact: Away from work, Kofi is an avid musician and enjoys playing drums.