Council Members

DSC Structure and Membership

At its core, effective data stewardship requires an understanding of process and policy relative to particular data as well as a technical understanding of data.  Toward that end, the membership of the DSC—as an advisory and coordinating body to promote consistent and effective administrative data policies and best practices across the University—benefits from a diversity of functional roles and perspectives.  The representation of the group is not intended to be central and distributed IT personnel but those in a policy role.

Current DSC members represent central administrative offices (Alumni Relations and Development, Campus and Student Life, the College, College Housing, Human Resources, ITS, President, Provost, Registrar, Research Administration, Secretary) and the Divisions and Schools (Booth, BSD, Humanities, Law, Laboratory Schools, PSD).  Acknowledging their regular work demands, DSC members are encouraged to perform an important service to the University community by active engagement on the Council through regular attendance at meetings and participation as appropriate in ad hoc workgroups and outreach opportunities.

Current Membership

Steve Bandyk (PSD)

Casey Campbell (Financial Services)

James Cook (Facilities)

Dipti Desai (IT Services)

Mike Fary – Vice Chair (IT Services)

Amanda Fijal (Enrollment and Student Advancement)

Will Greenland (Office of the President)

Greg Jasinski (The College)

Jim Hamaguchi (Financial Services)

Aaron House (University Research Administration)

Andrew Hannah (University Registrar)

Eileen Ielmini (Library)

Grace James (College Admissions)

Brent LaRowe (Laboratory Schools)

Charles Maher (Facilities)

Bob Majhi (ARD)

John Mitchell (ARD)

Rohit Rijhsinghani (SSD)

Erika Schafer (Human Resources)

George Trone – Chair (Office of the Secretary of the University)

Suneetha Vaitheswaran (IT Services)

Jennifer Waters (Campus and Student Life)

Melinda Wesonga (The College)

Amy Wright (Booth School)

Last updated: 5/9/2018