CWIT Advisory Board

The CWIT Advisory Board meets annually to provide guidance and advice related to the CWIT mission, activities, and strategic plan.  Current members include:

  • Dale Bittinger, Associate Vice Provost, Enrollment Management
  • Lee Blaney, Assistant Professor, Chemical, Biochemical, and Environmental Engineering
  • Anne Brodsky, Professor, Psychology; Associate Dean, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
  • Marie desJardins, Associate Dean, College of Engineering and Information Technology and Professor, Computer Science & Electrical Engineering
  • Crystal Diaz-Espinoza, Assistant Director CWIT Scholars Program, Center for Women in Technology
  • Charles Eggleton, Professor and Chair, Mechanical Engineering
  • Cindy Greenwood, Assistant Director Cyber Scholars Program, CWIT and Center for Cyber Security
  • Megan Hanks, STEM Communications Manager, Office of Institutional Advancement
  • Allison Jones, Associate Director, Corporate Relations, Office of Institutional Advancement
  • Anupam Joshi, Professor, Computer Science & Electrical Engineering; Director, Center for Cybersecurity
  • Jarrett Kealey, Assistant Director, Office of Undergraduate Education
  • Kerry Kidwell-Slak, The Career Center
  • Anupam Joshi, Chair, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Professor, Computer Science & Electrical Engineering; Director, Center for Cybersecurity
  • E. F. Charles LaBerge, Professor of the Practice, Computer Science & Electrical Engineering
  • Wayne Lutters, Associate Professor, Information Systems
  • Susan Martin, Associate Director, Center for Women in Technology
  • Patrice McDermott, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, Office of the Provost
  • Penny Rheingans, Professor, Computer Science & Electrical Engineering; Director, Center for Women in Technology
  • Carolyn Seaman, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Programs, Information Systems
  • Anne Spence, Professor of the Practice, Mechanical Engineering
  • Jack Suess, Vice President and CIO, Division of Information Technology
  • Michele Wolff, Director, The Shriver Center