NCCC nominates Jon Seibert, Director of Technology Services for a position on the KCCIT board.
Jon has been with NCCC for the past eight years, starting as a Desktop Support Technician in 2008 before transitioning to Computer Application specialist in 2010, and then moving to Director of Technology Services in 2012.
Jon has a bachelor’s degree in Network and Communications Management, currently co-chairs two committees on campus, and is finishing out his three-year term on the Jenzabar EX Advisory board this year.
Michelle Kaiser Dean of Information Services
Michelle has been with Barton Community College for nearly three years serving as Assistant Dean of Information Services. She was with the College for 11 years serving as Oracle DBA, working with Ellucian database and products. Michelle moved on from that to Benefit Management Incorporated for 8 years where she was Vice President of of Information Services. There she served on the EHUG Board serving users and working throughly with the administrative software company that served all other third party administrators which helped keep their customers up to speed with the Affordable Health Care Act, also known as Obama Care.
Michelle came back to Barton to meet the challenges the Assistant Dean Position had to offer. Michelle currently serves on the membership commitee for KanREN. Michelle also serves on the Information Technology Advisory Board on Campus.
Michelle has a bachelors degree in Computer Information Services from Friends University.
Glenn Acheson – Assistant Director of ITS – Systems
Glenn has been with Hutchinson Community College for 14 years. In that time, he has been a desktop support technician, technical support manager and for the last 3 years, assistant director of ITS.
For the last two years Glenn has led the software development team at Hutchinson that produced a fully responsive student portal, mobile app, and tightly integrated learning management platform.
Glenn has a bachelor’s degree in Information Networking and Telecommunications from FHSU.
KCCIT Board Member Nominee
Chief Information Security Officer
Butler Community College
Bill Young is the Chief Information Security Officer for Butler Community College. Bill has 20 years of experience in information security and infrastructure technologies. Throughout his career he has worked extensively in designing, implementing and managing information technology systems, information security solutions and infrastructure services. Bill has spent the last 15 years working with other C-Level executives on IT strategy, information security vision, as well as IT compliance and governance. Bill currently holds a position on the EDUCAUSE InfoSec Guide Editorial Board. In the five years that Bill has been the CISO at BCC, he has added an Information Security Analyst position and has implemented and maintained an aggressive security posture for the institution. Bill’s passion for information security and inter-institutional collaboration drives his desire for leadership roles within the higher education information technology community.
Matt Holmes has been with the Information Services branch at Johnson County Community College since 1997. As Director of Network and Data Center Operations, Matt is responsible for campus data center operations, voice and data networks, and computer operations. Focusing on concepts from ITIL and COBIT, Matt has worked with his team of system engineers, network analysts and data operations staff to develop standards and streamline data center operations.
Prior to joining JCCC, Matt worked as an analyst with Mediware Information Systems, providing support for pharmacy information systems. Matt also has experience implementing and supporting document imaging systems with IKON office solutions.
Matt’s educational background includes two certifications in electronics from North Central Kansas Technical College. Matt is a former SUN Certified Trainer with SUN Microsystems. Continuing education studies include courses in data processing, programming, information technology, and leadership development at Johnson County Community College.