Anne Manning is a business systems analyst at Wellesley College’s Library and Technology Services Department. She manages IT related projects for the college’s Student Life and Auxiliary Services divisions. She is currently leading a project to migrate from an electronic medical record used by the college for 15 years to a new system. Anne serves on the college’s Americans with Disabilities Act/Section 504 and Phi Beta Kappa committees, and is a member of the Library & Technology Diversity, Equity & Inclusion committee.
Anne provides technology support for applications including: TMA (facilities management), StarRez (student housing), 25Live (events management), AIM (disability accommodations), Maxient (judicial/Title IX), Medicat and Titanium (health and counseling), Roommaster (hotel management), Micros (food service), and Pitney Bowes SendSuite (mail services), and ARMS (police).
Anne has extensive experience in policy development. She served on the College's Emergency Management and Data Security groups. Her team developed the College's Written Information Security Plan (WISP). She was a board member of the Cornell Institute for Internet Culture, Policy, and Law, and served on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Readiness Project, the MA Democratic Party Public Policy Subcommittee, and was the NASPA Public Policy Coordinator for MA.
Anne is a board member of the UMass Football Gridiron Club and volunteers for several non-profit organizations.
Anne received a BA from UMass Amherst, where she was inducted as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. She completed a project management certification program at Bentley University. She is a participant in the Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity Project (SEED) and is an alumna of the Susan Vogt Leadership Fellows and the HERS Leadership Institute.