Web and Database Services
Assistant Dean for Technology
As Assistant Dean of Information Technology, I report directly to the Dean as a member of the Law School’s leadership team and am responsible for leading a customer-focused organization that delivers efficient and effective technology systems and services to advance the teaching, research, and service missions of the Law School and to sustain and enhance the Law School’s eminence in its field. I have over twenty-five years of experience in Information Technology and related fields, with over fifteen years serving UT and the School of Law.
Senior Software Developer/Analyst
Senior Systems Analyst, on the team at Law School since 2001. I moved to Austin in 1992 to do Math and Plan II at the University. I’m married to an architect, and we have two adorable children. Other items of note:
- Master’s Degree in Mathematics from UT Austin in 2000
- Specialize in database solutions and interface usability
- Enjoy reading, music, puzzles, carpentry, gardening, and cooking
Director of Web and Digital Strategy
Overseeing the web and digital strategy initiatives at the law school, my expertise ranges from the user-focused front end (user experience and design research, content strategy, design processes, accessibility) to the really tech-y stuff on the back end (web application development and database design, hosting server configuration, developer operations, etc.). I've been building web sites for well over 20 years, at the Law School for over 10 years, and I remain involved with campus-wide IT governance and community efforts like UT WebPub.
Senior Software Developer / Analyst
My focus here in the School of Law is user experience and front-end design.
I LOVE USERS. Seriously, I do. I want to hear all about how you use web-related technologies and how we can improve your experience with them. I love design, I love to code, and I love hearing your stories.
I began working at UT Austin in 2003 for the College of Fine Arts. I moved to Texas Athletics in 2011 before coming to the School of Law in 2017.
As an artist, I am currently creating work by sketching or throwing pottery.