New Staff Addition: Orobosa Igbinovia

We are pleased to welcome Orobosa Igbinovia to the Department of Information Technology. Bosa is studying cyber-security at Year Up Boston, a program dedicated to closing the opportunity divide between urban youth and businesses.  The Harvard T.H. Chan Department of Information Technology has been a proud partner of YearUp since 2010, placing and training more … Continue reading “New Staff Addition: Orobosa Igbinovia”

New Staff Addition: Charley Gibney

We are pleased to welcome Charley Gibney to the web and application development team. Charley (pronouns: she, her, hers & they, them, theirs) earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and philosophy from Gordon College, and a Master of Studies in creative writing from the University of Oxford. Prior to joining the IT team … Continue reading “New Staff Addition: Charley Gibney”

New Staff Addition: Beth Vargas

We are pleased to welcome Beth Vargas to the field services team. Beth earned her bachelor of fine arts in animation from Lesley University and a master of science in library information science and technology from Simmons University. Prior to joining Harvard, she spent ten years as a library assistant at Wentworth Institute of Technology … Continue reading “New Staff Addition: Beth Vargas”

New Staff Addition: Heather Moeykens

We are pleased to welcome Heather Moeykens to the field services team. Heather earned a bachelor of science degree in information technology from Simmons University.  She also worked in Simmons’ information technology department for 2 years as a technology analyst working to migrate the school to the lecture capture service Panopto. Heather has a strong … Continue reading “New Staff Addition: Heather Moeykens”

New Staff Addition: Abderrahmane Fadli

We are pleased to welcome Abderrahmane (Abder) Fadli as a new Systems Administrator to the Center for Biostatistics in AIDS Research (CBAR) IT Team.  Abder (pronounced Ab-deer) is a user-focused IT professional with extensive experience with Linux and Windows systems, virtualization, cloud technology, and security compliance. When not reading about technology and IT systems, Abder … Continue reading “New Staff Addition: Abderrahmane Fadli”

New Staff Addition: Okella Wood

Okella (pronounced Oh-kel-ah) Wood is the newest member of our Field Support Services Team. Okella (or Oak for short) joined us as a Senior User Support Specialist on April 14th. He is a Boston native and has devoted himself to the IT field. Okella got his start doing network wiring in the Arlington, MA elementary … Continue reading “New Staff Addition: Okella Wood”

New Staff Addition: Khaled Arnaout

Before joining Harvard, Khaled worked as a Web Developer for the IT Department at Cornell University. His most recent project there was remediating digital accessibility issues on the university top 32 web sites. Khaled is a graduate of Monmouth College, where he earned a B.S. in Computer Science. He lived in Chicago for a while … Continue reading “New Staff Addition: Khaled Arnaout”

New Staff Additions: Kiara Oliver, Rayniel Pereira, Darren Balsam, Esteban Espinoza

We are pleased to welcome Kiara Oliver, Rayniel Pereira, Darren Balsam, and Esteban Espinoza to the Department of Information Technology. Kiara and Esteban are Northeastern University student co-ops, and they will be working full-time from January through June as part of their degree programs.   Darren is studying cyber-security and Rayniel is studying information technology at Year … Continue reading “New Staff Additions: Kiara Oliver, Rayniel Pereira, Darren Balsam, Esteban Espinoza”

New Staff Addition: Pete Viccione

We are pleased to welcome Senior Instructional Technologist Pete Viccione to the Digital Learning Team, part of the Media and Educational Technology Services (METS) team. Pete replaces Erin Provensal who left Harvard for an opportunity at Northeastern University. Pete joins us after more than 12 years at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI. Most … Continue reading “New Staff Addition: Pete Viccione”