See our division’s organizational chart.
General phone and email contact information.
|Kristen Eshleman, Vice President for Library and Information Technology Services
RLITC Level 1 Administrative Suite
Kristen is a key member of the college’s senior administration, providing leadership of the merged LITS organization. She collaborates with fellow cabinet members, as well as with faculty, staff, and students to advance the strategic goals of the college.
|Bryan Adams, Director of Systems and Networking
Bryan designs the Network topology, and is responsible for the networking hardware. He also represents Trinity College in the Connecticut Education Network and is responsible for the activities of all nodes on the Trinity College network.
|Kristopher Arenius, Systems Manager for Administrative Systems
As Systems Manager, Kris nurtures the servers which support administrative applications such as PeopleSoft, DocsOpen, and Cognos. Kris is also involved in the maintenance and day-to-day management of numerous software applications. Kris has been working at Trinity College since 1998.
|Katie Bauer, Director of Collections, Discovery, and Access Services
Katie oversees the library collection, digital and physical, along with the software, interfaces and services that enable its use. She also oversees the work of the Library and Information Technology Desk, the digitization program, and the digital repository. Along with work at Trinity, she represents Trinity on the Connecticut Library Consortium Board and the Connecticut Digital Learning Advisory Council.
|Rosie Beranis, Assistant Director of Constituency Services
|Yoli Bergstrom-Lynch, Research, Instruction, and Outreach Librarian
|Christina Bleyer, Director of Special Collections and Archives, Watkinson Library Special Collections
|Cheryl Cape, Instructional Technologist
Cheryl joined the Educational Technology team as an Instructional Technologist in July 2014, and she is the primary contact person for faculty in the sciences. Her academic background is in Earth science, with experience in GIS, teaching and academic technology support.
|Lucas Carroll, Programmer Analyst
Lucas joined the Enterprise Application Group in November 2014 and supports Peoplesoft and the college imaging and document management software. Prior to Trinity, he spent 5 years at Southern Connecticut State University implementing a document management solution and a year at ESPN as an ETL developer. He holds a Master’s in Information Systems Management from Bowie State University and an MBA from UCONN.
|David Chappell, Network and Systems Programmer
David plays a primary role in providing network infrastructure services such as name service, web caching, printing, file serving, and telephony. His areas of expertise are network protocols, Unix and Linux, interoperation with MS-Windows, and cross-platform printing with PostScript.
|Michael Cook, Director of Enterprise Applications
Mike has been a member of Information Technology Services since 1989 primarily supporting the college’s administrative applications and offices.
|Peter Delaney, Technical Support Specialist
Pete joined Information Technology Services in November 2006. His responsibilities include technical support for Trinity’s PeopleSoft systems. His prior position was at the Hartford Insurance Company where he was a PeopleSoft Developer on their Financials system. He has been in the IT field since 1983 working in various industries such as banking, retail, and insurance.
|Christine Devanney, Acquisitions Assistant
|John J. Dlugosz, Learning Space Manager and Media Technology Specialist
Supporting educational technology at Trinity since 1998, John is a member of the Research, Instruction, Technology team and is responsible for the design, installation, and support of instructional technology solutions in classrooms, learning spaces, and public spaces across Trinity’s campuses. He coordinates training and support for classroom technology use across the Trinity community and works with facilities and other campus managers on learning space maintenance and development.
|Sean Donnelly, Media and Computing Specialist
Sean shares his time between Media Technology where he does classroom and event support and Distributing Computing where he assists the technicians with printing and computer-related issues.
|Philip Duffy, Director of Print and Media Services
Phil is responsible for coordinating special event servicing and is involved with the college’s on campus video production. He has been a member of the staff since 1985.
|Todd Falkowski, Catalog Librarian
|Lurdes Fernandes, Access Control and Card Services Database Administrator
Lurdes assists faculty, staff and students with their ID Cards, Personal Access Code (PAC) credentials, TEK and mechanical keys. She also assists in the access programming of college buildings.
|Curtis Gamble, Access Control and Card Services Manager
Curtis joined Trinity in 1995. He has held many positions in his time spent working for the college and is now responsible for access programming of college buildings, including automated door schedules, specification and maintenance of door hardware, door frames, security, and monitoring and alarming of campus buildings. He also maintains and updates the interior door signage of all buildings.
|Kara Giarratana, Distributed Computing Specialist
Kara joined Trinity in May of 2019 as a Distributed Computing Specialist. Kara is responsible for device deployment, troubleshooting hardware and software, as well as supporting end users. Prior to Trinity, Kara worked at Apple Inc. for 4.5 years, and is an Apple certified technician.
|Jan Gorman, Associate Director of Enterprise Applications
Jan joined the Enterprise Applications Group in March 2013, coming from a career of 33 years at Northeast Utilities. She strives to maintain the IT/Client relationships for the Administrative Offices on campus. She contributes to supporting the staff offices in their reporting needs, their use of Peoplesoft and Cognos, and helps to support the peripheral software systems that interface with Trinity’s.
|Jean-Pierre Haeberly, Director of Web Development
Jean-Pierre is responsible for the design and implementation of online services in support of the college’s academic and administrative requirements. Prior to joining Trinity in 2000, Jean-Pierre spent many years as a faculty member at the University of Washington and Fordham University. He holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Chicago and an M.S. in Computer Science from New York University.
|Amy Harrell, Educational Technology Librarian
RLITC Room 166
Amy joined Trinity in 2001 and has held several positions since then. Currently, she does ad hoc project management, supports some research & instructional technology tools like Kaltura streaming video, keeps the LITS website updated, and helps maintain the institutional repository and promote Open Access.
|Johnny Inghilterra, Lead Cyber Security Analyst
As the Lead Cyber Security Analyst, Johnny protects Trinity’s IT infrastructure from a range of cyber security threats by utilizing products to identify malicious activity on the network and implementing strategic planning when needed.
|Craig Jirowetz, Software Applications Developer
|Liz Johnson, Business Affairs Manager
Hired in 1986, Liz started her Trinity career in the Development Office followed by many years in Campus Safety. Liz came to Information Technology Services in 1997 and is currently the Business Affairs Manager where she takes care of financial and some operational issues for the department.
|Eric Johnson-DeBaufre, Special Collections Librarian
RLITC, Watkinson Library
As the Special Collections Librarian for Watkinson, Eric’s work engages four overlapping interests: making Watkinson’s rare and unique materials publicly accessible, supporting their educational use, promoting broader engagement with them, and preserving them for future generations.
|Jason Jones, Director of Research, Instruction, Technology
Research, Instruction, Technology is a deeply blended group that focuses on direct support for teaching, research, and learning. Jason joined Trinity in 2013 after a decade as a Victorianist elsewhere.
|Fred Kass, Assistant Vice President and Associate CIO
Fred joined the team in June 2013. He oversees the Systems and Networking, Access Control and Distributed Computing departments. Fred has over twenty years experience in Information Technology and a Master’s in Business Administration from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts.
|Cait Kennedy, Research, Technology, and Outreach librarian
Cait provides instructional technology and other kinds of support for Arts & Humanities departments. She has joined us from UNC-Chapel Hill, where she completed her MLS in 2019.
|Patrick Kennedy, Systems Manager, Enterprise Applications
Patrick is a Systems Manager for the Enterprise Applications Group, providing in-depth functional analysis and support for PeopleSoft systems and related applications. Patrick also leads special projects, including technology upgrades, and consulting with users, implementations of new systems capabilities to enhance productivity and efficiency. Patrick joined Information Technology Services in 1999.
|Janine Kinel, Library Business & Facilities Manager
Janine has been at Trinity since 2001. She started in the Student Account office for 7 years before moving to the Library in 2008. She handles all the RLITC building issues along with the business aspect of Library & Information Technology Services.
|Ann Marie Krupski, Director of Constituency Services
Ann Marie strives to improve the quality of Library & Information Technology Services to all college constituencies, focusing on library circulation and access services, ID Card office and IT Help Desk support. She has been a member of Information Technology Services since 1995.
|Jeff Liszka, Arts & Humanities Librarian
Department Liaison for Arts & Humanities
|Ellen Lombardi, Programmer Analyst
Ellen joined the Enterprise Applications Group in September of 2014. Her responsibilities include providing support for PeopleSoft applications and the reporting needs of various departments. Prior to Trinity she worked at Northeast Utilities as a Businesss Applications System Developer supporting a financial and budgeting system.
|Christopher Lucas, Programmer Analyst
Chris joined the Enterprise Applications Group in August 2017 as a Programmer Analyst and provides support for the PeopleSoft applications and the reporting needs of various departments. Prior to Trinity, he spent 4 years at Dattco Inc. as a Data/Business Analyst. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science from Southern Connecticut State University.
|Jason Luis – Distributed Computing Technical Services Manager
Jason’s main responsibility is to supervise 2nd level helpdesk support for faculty and staff on and off campus. He also helps troubleshoot and repair software-related issues for client’s desktop computers. Jason has worked for Information Technology Services since he began as an undergraduate in 1996.
|Mary Mahoney, Digital Scholarship Coordinator
|Amanda Matava, Digital Media Librarian
|Ralford McLean, Systems Manager
Ralford is responsible for maintaining many of the college’s application servers, including those used for e-mail and file sharing. He ensures interoperability between the servers and the applications housed on them. He has been working for the college since 2000.
|Tony O’Rourke, Software Application Developer
Tony is a software developer with a focus on database driven web based applications. He develops on the .NET platform as well as PHP. As the web has evolved Tony strives to find the appropriate solution to the task at hand. His interests lie in design patterns and software architecture.
|Jose Pena, Acquisitions Assistant
|Ronald Perkins, Media Technology Services Technician & Office Manager
Ron assists with the service and installation of classroom technology, and special event servicing. He helps maintain the department’s inventory and manages much of the department’s administrative functions. Ron came to Trinity after spending time at an A-V rental house and has been at Trinity since 2003.
|Thomas Petraitis, System Administrator
Tom transferred from the Library to Systems and Networking as a Systems Administrator in the Spring of 2017. He currently helps maintain the Video Management Security System run by Campus Safety and supports local backup to faculty and staff.
|Latha Ragunathan, Senior Programmer Analyst
Latha is a member of the Enterprise Applications Group supporting PeopleSoft applications. She has been in the information technology field since 1989 and has been working with PeopleSoft for the last 14 years. Prior to joining Trinity, Latha worked at Travelers Insurance as an Information Engineer supporting PeopleSoft Financials.
|Josef Riccio, Information Services Assistant
|Erik Rinaldi, Field Service Technician
Erik has been working in Distributed Computing at Trinity since 2001. He is responsible for supporting the computing needs of faculty and staff as well as the telecommunication systems at Trinity.
|Kim Rinaldo, Research Services and Collections Librarian
Kim joined the Library team in 2015. She is an administrator of Alma, the software that manages back end library operations, an e-resources librarian focusing on ebooks and streaming video, manages collection development for the leisure reading collection, and evaluates items donated to the Library. She is also the liaison librarian for the Religion and Anthropology departments.
|Catherine Simpson, Public Services Specialist
|Nancy Smith, Image Collections Librarian
Department Liaison for Arts & Humanities
|Kevin Sowa, Desktop Computing & Classroom Technology Support Specialist
Kevin began working at Trinity as a Distributed Computing & Classroom Technology Support Specialist in March 2015. He spends most of his time in the field and is responsible for maintaining and supporting hundreds of printers and copiers on campus, audio visual components and computers in classrooms.
|Eric Stoykovich, College Archivist and Manuscript Librarian
RLITC, Watkinson Library
Eric represents two actively-growing collections, the Trinity College Archives and the Manuscripts collection. He answers questions about Trinity’s 200-year history and the handwritten records of Connecticut’s leaders. Eric seeks to elevate the awareness of the college and its stakeholders to the importance of preserving Trinity’s archives, including the digital presence of Trinity’s faculty, staff, and students.
|Jessica Tait, Network Administrator
Jess is responsible for all aspects of networking. She has worked in Information Technology Services since she started as an undergraduate in the summer of 2008.
|David Tatem, Instructional Technologist
Dave has been in Educational Technology at Trinity since 1999. He is the primary instructional technology contact for faculty members in the Social Sciences. Dave is the support person for statistical software such as SPSS and STATA and also supports the use of GIS.
|Joelle Thomas, User Engagement Librarian
Department Liaison for Modern Language & Culture, and Women, Gender and Sexuality
|Kyle Van Brocklin, Distributed Computing Specialist
Kyle is responsible for helping faculty and staff members resolve any hardware and software issues that they have with their computers. Kyle first worked in Information Technology Services at St. Lawrence University as a student and professionally for 6 more years.
|Jennifer van Sickle, Science Librarian and E-Resources Coordinator
Profile page Jennifer started at Trinity in 1998. She manages LITS journal and database subscriptions, and is the library liaison to Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Neuroscience, and Physics.
|Marcelino Velez, Public Services Representative (Interlibrary Loan Assistant)
|Wesley Wade – Access Control & Card Services Technician
|Robert Walsh, Social Sciences Librarian
Department Liaison for Social Sciences
|Angela Wolf, Director of Educational Media and Video Production
|Andrew Zucks, Access Control Integrated System Technician
Andrew joined ITS in Dec 2011 and assists in the maintenance of door access for campus buildings. Andrew also provides additional support for the card transaction devices on campus and the college’s digital floor plans. He has been a locksmith since 2004 and has done carpentry since 1998.