Three Named to I.T. Posts

By Sean Smith
Staff Writer

Vice President for Information Technology Kathleen Warner has announced three major appointments as part of the department's continuing reorganization.

"One of my top priorities is to hire the best and the brightest where we need specialized experience and new skills," said Warner. "We are hiring IT professionals with diverse backgrounds and proven experience - people who support the unique mission of Boston College and can help us build on the Ignatian tradition.

"The changes we are making, not only in our personnel but in our organizational structures, will enable us to work closely with faculty, staff, students and alumni to utilize 21st-century technologies that advance the legacy of Boston College," she added.

Douglas Sahs has accepted the position of director of Internet Business Programs, effective July 26. He will work with the director of Internet Business Services, as well as the department's architecture and planning groups to shift existing information technology functions to the World Wide Web.

Sahs comes to BC from Compaq Computer Corp., where he developed key strategies and architectures, including the Web site publishing process, intranet search and information repositories.

Internet Business Programs Director Douglas Sahs, Webmaster Ann Mariano and IT Communication Services Director Nancy Hintlian (from left) have joined the IT staff. (Photo by Justin Knight)
Nancy Hintlian has joined IT as executive director for Communication Services. She is responsible for providing leadership, strategic direction and coordination of all IT educational, procedural and communication efforts for IT staff, BC users and external audiences.

Hintlian worked with Digital Equipment Corp. and Compaq for 18 years, most recently as director of the Compaq.com Division. She also was director of Compaq's corporate marketing communications.

Ann Mariano has assumed the position of Webmaster in the Internet Business Services division. She oversees the University's Internet, intranet and extranet environments and ensures these maintain consistent standards and compliance with IT strategies. She also provides assistance in developing BC's Web environment to support academic, research and administrative needs, and is responsible for keeping up to date on Internet-related products and applications.

Prior to her appointment at BC, Mariano was Internet communications manager for Ardent Software Inc. of Westboro.

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