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Advisory Board Members

Barbieri, Marisa, Managing Partner/Healthcare Technology Adviser, Competitive Solutions, Inc.
Bisignani, Michael, Sr. V.P – CTO, Essextec
Bronzo, Neal, Sr. V.P. CIO Information Technology, Aramark
Caluori, Robert, Director, WLS IT System
Chettih, Ali, PhD, Montefiore Health System
Cioffi, Kay, Partner, Ward Howell 
Frenz, Christopher, PhD, Director of Infrastructure, Interfaith Medical Center
Jackson, Thomas, Attorney, Phillips Nizer, LLP
Marchi, Glenn, PhD, Commissioner, County Office of Central and Information Services
McKellar, Marie, PhD, Emeritus Professor, Dept Chair
Millman, Lei, Application Analyst/Developer, NYU IT
Nunez, Yonesy, Sr. V.P – Group Information Security Leader, Wholesale, WIM, and International
Thadani, Anu, Owner, Mars International
Thadani, Raj, Owner, Mars International
Sreedhar, Vugranam (VC), PhD, Global Blockchain Leader, IBM GTS/TSS

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Mission Statements

Mercy College Mission Statement
Mercy College is committed to providing motivated students the opportunity to transform their lives through higher education by offering liberal arts and professional programs in personalized and high-quality learning environments, thus preparing students to embark on rewarding careers, to continue learning throughout their lives and to act ethically and responsibly in a changing world.


Advisory Board Mission Statement
The mission of the Mathematics, Computer Science, and Cybersecurity Advisory Board is to promote a partnership between industry and higher education that will foster the professional development of our students. By assessing industry best practices and market needs in rapidly changing technology fields, the Advisory Board will offer guidance and support of our academic programs with the aim of aligning curricula to meet market demand in the region. It is anticipated that the Board will promote internship and professional career opportunities for students, and to advance the professional image of the department, school, and College in the surrounding community.


Membership and Responsibilities
Members of the Advisory Board are nominated by members of the campus community. Members are expected to serve for renewable two-year terms, and to attend Board meetings twice every academic year, typically in May and in October. Business meetings will not exceed two hours in length.


Governance and Organization
The Chair of the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Cybersecurity will serve as the chair of the Advisory Board. The Dean of the School of Liberal Arts is expected to attend all meetings, with occasional participation by the President and Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Other individuals may be invited to attend selected meetings.
The administrative assistant in the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Cybersecurity will maintain records for the Advisory Board and will serve as the liaison with members.