Management Information Systems

  • MIS Advisory Council Faculty Members: (top row) Dr. Darren Nicholson; Dr. Mike Milovich, Council Chair. (bottom row) Dr. Yide Shen; Dr. Berrin Guner, Department Chair; and Dr. Jennifer Nicholson.

  • MIS Advisory Council Student Members: (top row) Steve Brito, Senior; David Kryszczak, Junior. (bottom row) Lacey Madden, Sophomore; and Marcus Pitts, Freshman.

Management Information Systems

Management Information Systems Advisory Council


Our MIS advisory council’s purpose is to expand the student academic experience through opportunities that develop practice-based work involvement, promote fundraising for academic resources, and provide guidance for a practice-influenced curriculum.

  • Provide an external perspective on how course offerings align with career experiences
  • Advise on emerging trends seen in the practice and development of information technology (IT) in modern business
  • Promote the Rohrer College of Business (RCB) MIS program with companies and external constituencies
  • Promote and participate in appropriate business, faculty, and current student networking activities


campbell_ken-headshot.jpgKen Campbell

Managing Director, Analytics & Performance Management


Sector: Consumer Discretionary, Industry: Commercial Service, Sub-Industry: Professional Service 

cuba_kevin-headshot.jpg Kevin Cuba

Vice President of Operations        


Private Sector: Hardware, Industry: Hardware, Sub-Industry: Computer Hardware & Storage

Bill EvansBill Evans

Chief Executive Officer

Liberty Fox Technologies, LLC

Private Company, Sector: Technology, Industry: Software, Sub-Industry: Software Services

green_tim-headshot.jpgTim Green

Vice President, Information Security Officer

Kearny Bank

Private Company, Sector: Financials, Industry: Banking, Sub-Industry: Banks


Matt Howdershell

Former Director, Strategy & Portfolio Management


 Private Company, Sector: Health Biotech & Pharmacy, Sub-Industry: Large Pharmacy


Mike LaCava III

Associate Senior Director of Technology, Chief Security Office


Sector: Communications, Industry: Telecom, Sub-Industry: Telecom Carriers

Bob Marano

Bob Marano

Executive Vice-President and Chief Information Officer

New York City Housing Authority 

Industry: City government

nccormack_jack-headshot.jpgJack McCormack

Chief Information Officer

Sanctuary Wealth Partners

Private Company, Industry: Bank-Global 

Louise O'Donnell

Louise O'Donnell

Vice President Commercial and Specialty Banking Services

TD Bank

Private Company, Sector: Financals, Industry: Banking, Sub-Industry: Banking


Steve O'Toole

Disaster Recovery Analyst

Berkley Technology Services

Private Company, Industry: Information Technology Solutions Provider


Bob Palmer

Chief Solutions Officer

Wedgewood Pharmacy

Sector: Consumer Staples, Industry: Retail-Consumer Staples, Sub-Industry: Food/Drug Stores

Anahi SantiagoAnahi Santiago

Chief Information Security Officer

Christiana Care Health System

Private Industry: Not-for-Profit, Health System

Kari Santoro

Kari A. Santoro

Director, Assisted Acquisition Services (AAS)

General Services Administration (GSA), Federal Acquisition Service (FSA), Mid-Atlantic Region

Industry: Federal Government


Pete Tanillo 

Chief Financial Officer 

Rapid Ratings International 

Private Sector: Technology, Industry: Technology Services, Sub-Industry: Information Services


Mike Toto

Vice President, New Product Development & Strategic Planning 

Verizon Enterprise Solutions

Sector: Consumer Discretionary, Industry: Commercial Services, Sub-Industry: Other Commercial Services



campbell_ken-headshot.jpgKen Campbell

Managing Director, Analytics & Performance Management


Sector: Consumer Discretionary, Industry: Commercial Service, Sub-Industry: Professional Service



cuba_kevin-headshot.jpgKevin Cuba

Vice President of Operations


Private Sector: Hardware, Industry: Hardware, Sub-Industry: Computer Hardware & Storage


Student Members:

David Kryszczak


Senior, MIS Major

Lacey Madden


Junior, MIS Major

Marcus Pitts


Sophomore, MIS Major


The full Board meets as necessary, but at least twice annually, once in the Fall academic semester and once in the Spring academic semester. Additionally, Board sub-committee meetings are called as needed, depending on the work of the respective sub-committees.