Bowdoin College, in partnership with EDUCAUSE, NERCOMP, and a group of supporting institutions and organizations are excited to invite applications for the 2024 – 2025 cohort of the Next Leaders Fellowship (NLF). NLF is designed to identify talented information and technology professionals in higher education, and work to advocate for and support their pursuit of […]
Please join us in celebrating the 12 members of the 2023-2024 class of the Next Leaders Fellowship. We look forward to sharing more from their experiences as we begin the journey at the 2023 NERCOMP Annual Conference later this month. Charron Andrus, Associate Chief Information Security Officer, University of California, Berkeley Andy Birenzi, Sr Director […]
Congratulations to NLF 2022-2023 Class member Roweena Carlos who was recently appointed to the NERCOMP Board of Trustees! Roweena joins NLF Mentors Michael Cato and Stan Waddell as a board member. Wishing you all the best Roweena!
In the inaugural year of the Next Leaders Fellowship, twelve fellows learned and worked together, and saw their careers grow. The next cohort of fellows has recently been selected, and will begin the program in March. With the support of Bowdoin College, Michael Cato, the College’s senior vice president and chief information officer, launched the […]
Next Leaders Fellowship (NLF) is building a framework to bring more Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) into the ranks of senior leadership within higher education information technology. Bowdoin College is the lead sponsor of the NLF program in partnership with NERCOMP and EDUCAUSE, two nonprofit professional associations working to advance higher education through […]
Please join us in celebrating the 12 members of the inaugural 2023-2024 class of the Next Leaders Fellowship. We look forward to sharing more from their experiences as we begin the journey at the 2022 NERCOMP Annual Conference next month. Roweena Carlos, assistant CIO, CRM and student information systems, New Jersey Institute of Technology Stephanie […]