Board of Directors

2017 – 2018 Board of Directors

From Left to Right: Travis Clay, Julie Prouty, Roy Zumwalt, Chuck Rose, Vicky McClain (iPad), Loriann Seluga, Ana Verma, Mike Malsed, Kathy Hausmann

Loriann Seluga, President

Loriann is the Student Computing Manager at Yale University Law School. She has worked in IT since 2001. She has a passion for educating and developing students and staff with all levels of experience. She is adept at communicating with technical and non-technical communities and experienced with both leading projects and participating as a valued team-member. She has been heavily involved with ResNet, Inc. for many years and served on the board most of those.

Vicky McClain, Vice President of Conference Management

 Vicky is the Director of Campus Life Technology for the University of Nevada Las Vegas. As the Director of Campus Life Technology, Vicky is responsible for all IT services in the Residence Halls, Student Union and Student Recreation and Wellness Center.  She has been with UNLV for 19 years starting as a student network technician in the ResNet Department of Housing.

Vicky graduated from UNLV in 2003 with a BS in Management Information Systems.  She attended her first ResNet Symposium in 2004 at Princeton.  She has been involved as a program committee member and co-host of the conference in 2016.

Vicky lives in Las Vegas with her husband Jeremiah, daughter Isabella, and their two cats, Milo and Archie.

Kathy Hausmann, Vice President of Communications

Kathy Hausmann is the Associate Director of Technology Support Services at Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana.

Kathy graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. To help pay for her education, she worked as a student in the Office of Information Technologies on campus. She has been providing tech support to college students ever since that time. She attended her first Student Technology Conference (known at that time as the ResNet Symposium) at Emory University in 1998, presenting on the training concept she called the “ResNet Obstacle Course.” She has been actively involved in the organization throughout the years as a presenter, Program Committee member, Steering Committee member, and she served as the Program Chair for the 2015 conference at Michigan Technological University.

Chuck Rose, Clerk of the Corporation

Chuck is a manager for UC San Diego’s Academic Computing and Media Services (ACMS), where he supervises 4 career staff and up to 35 student staff who provide support to the approximately 11,000 residential students, 14,000 non-residential students and 20,000 staff and faculty through the ACMS Help Desk.

He graduated from the University of California at Davis in 1997 with a degree in English, and attended his first Student Technology (then ResNet) conference at Kent in 1999. Since then he has attended each conference, and has been involved as a presenter, Program Committee member, and host for the 2007 conference.

Chuck lives with his wife Lacey and their 4 kids in north county San Diego, and enjoys soccer, coaching, and mobile photography.

Roy Zumwalt, Treasurer

Roy is the Network Administrator for the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science at the University of North Texas. The Academy is a premier gifted and talented residential program for high school juniors and seniors interested in careers in math and science. He has been with the Academy for 16 years managing full time, part time and volunteer student staff in the support of the TAMS network in the areas of student life, academics, admissions and administrative offices.

Roy is currently working on a PhD in Information Science and has received his MS in Computer Education and Cognitive Systems and a BBA in Finance from the University of North Texas.

Roy has attended 13 ResNet conferences beginning in 1998 at Emory University. He has sat on several committees and became the Treasurer for ResNet, Inc. in 2010.

Ana Verma, Director At Large

Ana is an Associate Director for the Office of Information Technology at Rutgers University. She has 18+ years of experience in IT support in various forms from computer labs, to data center operations, to front-line Help Desk. She has a B.S. in Computer Science, and an MBA in Strategic Management from Rutgers University. She considers herself a people person and a problem solver. She enjoys puzzles and the challenges people can present. Beyond technology, she loves playing volleyball year round – indoor on the cold days and on the beach or in the sand as soon as the weather allows.

Travis Clay, Director At Large

I am Travis Clay from the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. I currently manage our University Help Desk and Desktop Support groups. During my 13 year tenure at USA, I’ve had the privilege of working in both our Hospital and Higher Education environments. Each year I attend the Student Technology Conference, I learn valuable information that I use to improve our services in some way.

Mike Malsed, Director At Large

I was born in Seattle, grew up all around Western Washington. I was in Vancouver Washington when Mount St. Helens exploded, which was fun. I attended 12 schools before High School, everywhere from Seattle, to Vancouver to Darrington, to Port Angeles, where I attended high school.

After high school, I worked for a couple of years before attending Prairie Bible College toward a Bachelor of Theology. After my four years there, I moved around, working on technology jobs. In 1997 I started working for Claremont McKenna College as an administrative assistant. When a position opened as the Lab Manager, I put in my hat and got it. A few years later I was promoted to Assistant Director and given responsibility over all of the computer labs, computer classrooms, and non-media related technology in the classroom lecterns. During my stint at CMC, I’ve completed my Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology as a relevant undergraduate degree.

I first attended ResNet at the 2007 conference at UCSD. I found it to be the most focused and implementation-minded conference I’d attended. I’ve hosted the 2012 conference and attended as many as I’ve been able to ever since.

Julie Prouty, Director At Large

I am a big fan of great technology and software, especially when it is a life changer at work. For the past 11 years, I have been supervising a constantly changing team of 21 student staff as the Gear Room manager, and great software is a tool that all generations need and appreciate. I thoroughly enjoy working with college students, because they teach me something new every day. My strengths are researching, event planning, color-coding anything possible and organizing people and places. I am originally from Holly, MI and currently live in Elon, NC where I am raising three children with my husband Ralph. In my spare time I work on DIY projects at our money-pit of a house and I am also having fun learning video production.

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