Kenneth J. Meyer
Information Technology Director
Kenneth J. Meyer serves as the Information Technology Director at Positive Education Program (PEP). He oversees the daily operations and planning of the agency’s technology resources.
Mr. Meyer’s tenure with PEP spans more than 20 years. In that time he created the agency’s first computer network. Using custom written programs and custom designed database architecture, he developed PEP’s first computerized information systems for client, billing, payroll, and administrative functions. These systems, which continue to serve as the foundation for PEP’s computerized information systems, revolutionized the way agency information was filed and stored.
Mr. Meyer also created the custom computer applications for the Cuyahoga County Community Mental Health Board and PEP Connections for a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant program and study.
Before joining PEP, Mr. Meyer worked for Lorain County Children’s Services (LCCS) and the Cleveland Treatment Center. While at LCCS he established and implemented the agency’s first computer network and computerized client information systems. Mr. Meyer holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Marietta College.
Mr. Meyer has volunteered his expertise with the Lutheran Metropolitan Ministries, Murtis Taylor Mulit-Service Center and West Side Mental Health Center to support their technology systems. He served on the review board for the County’s Day Care Plus and System of Care programs to help select software applications for them and their child-serving agencies.