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I was formerly Director of Academic Technology Services in Princeton University's Office of Information Technology (OIT), responsible for coordinating the University's instructional technology support, classroom and broadcast media support, web content management and research computing support.
Since June 1, 2018, I have taken on a new role as Chief Information Architect for OIT. In that role I head up an architecture team that is seeking to define and document the standard practices, procedures and tools which OIT uses to maintain and enhance Princeton's central IT services and systems, and to provide departments and offices at Princeton with a framework for their own IT systems.
I earned a B.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Anthropology from Yale University, and have held a number of positions in Information Technology, including VM and Unix System's Programmer and Web Services Manager.
This guide from the ACTI Mobile Web Frameworks Working Group helps walk you through the steps of: Making the Case for Mobility, Thinking Through a Mobility Strategy, Developing Institutional Mobility Goals, and Developing Your Campus Mobile Initiative.