Donny Bazluke is a Network and Security Analyst at the Vermont State Colleges – Office of the Chancellor. He graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in Information Security and Forensics. A lifelong Vermonter, he is now learning the skills of a network administrator and is also committed to ever increasing the information security posture of the Vermont State Colleges.
Kellie Campbell is the Chief Information Officer for the VSCS and previously the Chief Technology Officer at Vermont Tech. She has worked in a variety of roles in Information Technology (IT) before moving her way into IT leadership, serving as a Director of IT and Associate Dean for innovative programs with technology as a strategic foundation in her work prior to Vermont Tech. She received her Doctor of Education in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University, with her research focused the intersection of academics and IT and sustainable, forward-thinking models for higher education. She also received her Master of Science in Business Management and Administration, focused on change management, systems thinking and leadership frameworks and her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Saint Michael’s College. Kellie also received her Professional Certificate in Advanced Project Management from the UVM Center for Leadership and Innovation. In addition to her work with the VSCS, Kellie also serves as a Commissioner on the Vermont Commission on Women, Chairing the Education and Human Development Committee and serves as an Executive Board Member for Vermont Women in Higher Education. Her and her partner have two young children and enjoy lots of time outside, an escape to the woods, and being with family and friends.
Matt Corriere is a Technical Project Manager and Systems Analyst for the Office of the Chancellor. He worked as a System’s Administrator for Castleton University from 2011 to 2022 where he was known for greeting everyone with a smile and a “how are you doing today?” Matt earned an undergraduate degree from Castleton University in Computer Information Systems in 2011, a Master of Education: Curriculum and Instruction from Castleton University in 2015, and a post graduate Cyber Security certificate from Vermont Technical College in 2021. He also owns and operates a side business supporting computer and network infrastructure for other small companies and has been known to teach BUS-1270 (Principles of Computer Information System). In his free time, Matt enjoys spending time with his three dogs, his wife and two kids, and a one-eyed cat. If you have the pleasure of working with Matt, you’ll notice his eternal optimism, his can-do attitude, and willingness to work as a team to overcome any problem.
Doug Eastman is the Director of Information Technology. Before coming to the Chancellor’s Office Doug spent 20 years at Johnson State College/NVU, including 12 years as Registrar. Doug earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Springfield College. In his spare time Doug enjoys spending time on Cape Cod with his family and playing ice hockey.
Tony Hashem brings over 25 years of IT experience mainly in Financial Services. For the last 5 years Tony was the Director of IT Security at National Life and prior to that he spent 15 years with Genworth Financial in a variety of IT and security roles.
Jedediah Hock is the Lead Systems Administrator in the Chancellor’s Office. He manages numerous servers and applications including ImageNow, ServiceDesk, EMS, PGP, and SQL servers as well as providing local helpdesk support to the Chancellor’s Office. He joined the VSCS in September 2006 after working for 5 years at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY as a System Administrator. Jedediah graduated from St. Lawrence University in 2001 with a BS in Mathematics and Computer Science and completed an MS in Information Technology from Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY in 2004. He lives with his family in Montpelier.
Sushma Kondlapudi is Business Intelligence Manager in the Chancellor’s Office IT Department (OCIT). Her main responsibilities include supporting Operational Reporting on Informer4/5 and oversee change management process related to Business Intelligence reporting in alignment with administrative consolidations and transformation. Sushma has over 15 years’ experience working with Business Intelligence platforms on various technologies like SAP, Oracle, and SQL server. Over 10 years’ experience working with Data Modelling and Architecture. She has a BTech in Information Technology. On a personal note, she likes Cooking, Gardening, being outdoors and going to the beach with family.
Tom Maguire is Director of Network Services and has managed the Vermont State Colleges’ state-wide network infrastructure for over 30 years, including WAN, Internet, Internet2 and 3rd party collaborations. He works closely with IT staff at all of the colleges, ensuring that the network is designed to support the needs of students, faculty, and staff. Access to system-wide resources and the Internet is centrally located, making a robust, reliable network infrastructure critical. Under Tom’s leadership, the network has evolved from a simple point-to-point to a fully-redundant architecture that includes multiple paths to the Internet, I2 and WAN circuits to our colleges. Tom began his career at GTE Government systems in Needham, Ma., working in IT/Network support roles in both the manufacturing and engineering organizations. He holds a BS in CIS and an MBA, both from Bentley University.
Michael Martel is the Director of Data Center Administration for the Vermont State Colleges Office of the Chancellor. Michael joined the VSCS in 1994 after his graduation from VTC, and has been an integral part of the Information Technology staff since his arrival. In his free time, Michael can be found with his dogs or on the coast of Maine.
Courtney Moore joined the Chancellor’s Office as a Programmer. He brings 27 years of overall IT experience with him to the job. His interest in IT began in High School when he started copying video games in MS-DOS. He was introduced to Ellucian Colleague (Datatel) in 2006 and has worked in the area of Colleague with many companies that were partnered with Ellucian. Courtney received his Bachelor’s Degree from WGU and his Associate’s Degree from Galveston College. Courtney is happy for the opportunity to work with the Vermont State Colleges.
Meg Walz is the Director, Project Management for the Vermont State Colleges system, and leads complex cross-functional projects across our four member institutions. She is a PMP-certified project manager with eight years of experience in higher education. Meg’s professional interests include the student experience, accessibility, and emerging technologies. Outside of work her hobbies include baking, knitting, and paddleboarding.