Andrea Mixon Joins LBMC Technologies

Monday, March 25, 2013
Andrea Mixon
Andrea Mixon

LBMC Technologies, LLC  the Southeast’s leading full-service technology firm and a member of the LBMC (Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC) Family of Companies, announced the addition of Andrea Mixon to its Brentwood (Nashville) office. She will be serving clients in all three locations across the state.                           

Ms. Mixon joins LBMC Technologies, LLC as a Senior Project Manager with over 15 years of experience in the areas of project management, business analysis, and product management. She spent the past seven years at Landmark Digital Services LLC and Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI) working on music management application development projects as well as digital asset and legal management software projects. Prior to BMI, Andrea worked with a number of health care companies in the Nashville area helping to implement Microsoft SharePoint and other content management products. Before moving to Nashville, Ms. Mixon worked at Level 3 Communications in Denver, and London, England and at Intel Corporation in Folsom, Ca.

“Andrea is a great addition to our company as she has vast experience working with a variety of clients,” said Kenneth Sims, director of Business Systems for LBMC Technologies. “Her strong technology-based project management experience and knowledge of Agile system life- cycle methodologies are key skill-sets that are critical to LBMC’s continued ability to help our client’s be successful in the deployment of technology solutions.”

Originally from Muncie, In., Ms. Mixon is a graduate of Ball State University where she earned her master’s degree in Information and Communication Sciences.

In her free time, Ms. Mixon enjoys spending time with her husband and two-year-old daughter.  She is an avid runner and participates in the Music City Half-Marathon each year. She is also an animal lover, supporting many charities that focus on animal protection.


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