We are pleased to announce two recent promotions:
- Tom Gatton has been promoted from server administrator to server administrator II
- Nate Varney has been promoted from senior user support associate to server administrator
Tom Gatton has been at Harvard since 2006, working first for Harvard University Information Systems (now HUIT) and then Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS). Tom joined HSPH in 2010 and has consistently been one of the top ticket closers in IT since his arrival. He will continue work with Brian Pedranti, server manager, on maintaining HSPH’s server and storage infrastructure that now numbers more than 100 virtual machines, a disaster recovery facility, and more than 80 TB under management. Tom replaces Alex Garcia-Rangel who was promoted to a management role for Student Information System (SIS) team.
Nate Varney has been with HSPH since 2009, when he joined the User Services team. Nate was quickly promoted in 2010 to senior user support specialist. Nate, like Tom, has consistently been a top ticket closer and provided excellent support for our audio-visual infrastructure, classroom technology, and computer laboratory software imaging. Nate also worked on the production team for many events in the Forum at HSPH and Voices from the Field series. In his new server administrator role, he will be joining the server team and leaving User Services. He will be involved in a number of important projects including server upgrades, a virtual desktop pilot for instructional and administrative computing, and replacement of the Novell infrastructure. Nate replaces Tom Gattton.
Please join us in congratulating both Tom and Nate!