PhD, Political Science, West Virginia University, Morgantown, Pa.
MA, Political Science, West Virginia University, Morgantown, Pa.
MS, Information Science, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.
MPA, Public Administration, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BA, Political Science, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.
- “A Contingent/Assimilation Framework for Public Inter-Organizational Systems Decisions: Should the City of Pittsburgh And Allegheny County Consolidate Information Technology Services?” (co-authored with Enrique Mu), International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making, 2018
- “A Security Evaluation of a Municipal Computer Network: The Case of Collaboration between the City of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University,” book chapter, “Cyber-Physical Security, Protecting Critical Infrastructure at the State and Local Level,” Robert M. Clark and Simon Hakim, editors, 2016
- “The City of Pittsburgh Goes to the Cloud: A Case Study of Cloud Solution Strategic Selection and Deployment” (co-authored with Enrique Mu), Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases, 2014
- “A Structured Stakeholder Self-Identification Approach for the Deployment of Public Information Systems” (co-authored with Enrique Mu), Journal of Information Technology Management, 2012
Awards & Recognition
- The Sisters of Mercy Award for Excellence in Advising, Carlow University, 2015
- Top 10 SSRN downloads for articles in Journal of Information Technology Management, “Public Administration, Information Technology and Systems” and “Economic & Social Impacts of Innovation, 2013
- CIO of the Year Award, Pittsburgh CIO Group and the Pittsburgh Technology Council, 2011
- Executive-In-Residence (MBA Program), Carlow University, 2011