IT Structure

Led by David Sturm, Interim Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, the IT department at Bank Street consists of a team structure with three team leads: Arshad Ahmed, Jeannie Crowley, and Devindra Jagmohan. Each team lead works across IT and the College to ensure that technology goals and objectives are in line with Institutional needs. Please visit our staff page to learn more about our team members.

Applications & Web Technologies (AWT)

Led by Arshad Ahmed, this team consists of Paul McGinness, Michael Hansen, Rory Solomon, and Salman Sheikh. The Applications & Web Technologies team is a veritable powerhouse of advanced skill sets in multiple disciplines - Client/Server, Central Processing, Web Technologies, Business Intelligence, RAD, JAD, SCM, CRM, etc.

The Applications and Web Technologies team support College's suite of applications with the goal of providing maximum utilization of a given application, developing custom solutions around an application, simplifying processes and integrating technologies and systems. This includes the management of an ERP System, HR/Payroll System, Security System, the Web Portal and Website, etc.

Help Desk & Infrastructure Communication Technology (ICT)

Led by Devindra Jagmohan, this team consists of Madeline Castro, Jose Escuerdo, Curtis Jones, Gregory Russell, and Ada Uruchima. The Help Desk is responsible for the first line of support for user inquiries, and ICT provides the underlying infrastructure for the College (servers/systems, networking, and telecommunications). The Help Desk also coordinates equipment requests and event support.

They support you! If the Help Desk can’t resolve your call, they know who in IT will be able to! The Help Desk is primarily responsible to respond to “how to…” questions when using the computers, phones, and other technical equipment.

Digital Media & Learning (DML)

Led by Jeannie Crowley, DML includes support for Instructional Technology and Digital Media.

Instructional Technology uses a variety of teaching tools to improve student learning. The practice of instructional technology helps faculty integrate technology in their teaching.

Digital Media includes video planning and production, as well as other forms of digital media to be used to support classroom learning.

Digital Media and Learning helps people innovate and experiment with digital media to support teaching, learning, sharing, and communicating. They manage projects that impact the design of physical and digital spaces to facilitate teaching and learning at the College. For example, they support the use of Epsilen, Interactive Boards implementation, video production, online learning projects and applications such as Google Apps.