Rich Caserta is a former LAN Architect at the Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus, where he supervised a team of desktop and server support staff. He was a key contact for the institution's antivirus programs from 1997 through 2012, and had had a central role in the campus' mobile computing purchase program for incoming freshman from 2002 until 2011. From 2005 through 2014, he chaired the institution's computer purchasing standards committee, which aimed to standardize on computer hardware technology offerings for faculty, researchers, and staff. Rich was part of Johns Hopkins for longer than virtually anyone else -- other than Johns himself! After receiving his degree from Johns Hopkins, Rich worked at Johns Hopkins in the library and information technology areas for 34 years, supporting customers and mentoring staff throughout that time.