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Information Technology Steering Committee

The members of the Information Technology Steering Committee (ITSC) reflect the diverse academic and administrative interests of the William and Mary community. The fundamental aim of ITSC is to further institutional goals through the effective use of information technologies. Committee members contribute input and feedback on IT policies and make recommendations about how and when priority projects should be implemented. The committee also plays an advisory role on procedural, organizational, and support issues as they relate to academic services and business practices affected by technology use.

Members of the Technology Initiatives Steering Committee are:

Courtney Carpenter, CIO and Chair
Michael Halleran, Provost and Co-Chair

Ginger Ambler, Vice President for Student Affairs
Henry Broaddus, Vice President for Strategic Initiatives
Carrie Cooper, Dean of University Libraries
Terry Driscoll, Director of Athletics
John Griffin, Dean of Undergraduate Studies
Keith Griffioen, Professor Physics
Laura Heymann, Vice Dean & Class of 2014 Professor of Law
Mark Hofer, C & I Area Coordinator Associate Professor, School of Education
Sam Jones, Vice President for Finance
Matthew Lambert, Vice President for Development
Dennis Manos, Vice Provost for Research & Graduate Professional Studies
Anna Martin, Vice President for Administration
Sal Saporito, Associate Professor of Sociology (Spring 2015)
Denise Wade, Associate Professor of Dance, Director William & Mary Dance (Fall 2014)
Tom Ward, Associate Dean for Academic Programs, School of Education

John Wells, Dean and Director of VIMS

Ex Officio Members:
Kent Erdahl, Director of Internal Audit
Berni Kenney, Deputy Chief Information Officer for Information Technology
Pete Kellogg, Director of Information Security and Project Management
Rachel Pace, Director of Enterprise Information Systems
Chris Ward, Director of Systems and Support
Director of Academic Information Services (Position is currently vacant)