The Student Technology Club’s governing body (Advisory Board) will consist of no less than 10 members and no more than 15. Initially the Advisory Board will have 11 members: six (6) students and five (5) industry professionals. This will be the founding Advisory Board. Advisory Board Members will serve a term of two years. Future student Advisory Board members will be elected by the student members, the industry professionals will be selected by the Chairman of the Illinois Technology Foundation.
The students will hold the key positions in the Club, president, vice presidents, secretary, , etc. The Advisory Board will meet at least quarterly during the year and will be responsible for developing programming, promoting and expanding the Club and coordinating activities with other student technology clubs in Illinois.
All funding for Student Technology Club programs will be provided by the Illinois Technology Foundation, so the Student Technology Club Advisory Board will have no fiduciary responsibility and cannot make financial commitments.
President– Erik Miller – Northwestern University moc/liamg//11inosdis
Short Bio- Sid graduated from Northern Illinois University in 2012 with a Business Administration degree. Currently Sid works for Forsythe Technology as a Technology Acquisition Analyst. Sid’s currently working on Industry certifications so he can become well rounded in the IT industry. Sid has a passion for helping people develop skillsets and knowledge to become successful.
Regional Vice President of Chicago- Tamisha Rose – Governor State University
Short Bio- I am the Director for GS in the STC of the ITF. I am a student at Governors State University in University Park, Illinois. I am pursuing mymaster’s degree in Computer Science. Anticipated graduation date is December 2013. My professional goal is to become a Network Security Professional/Practitioner. My passion is in seeing other people grow, learn, and love. I am involved in the educational community by being visibly active with students & faculty alike, sharing knowledge and encouraging teamwork, and listening to others and praising their accomplishments. My past experience (if pertinent to your career objectives) that have shaped by views include working in medical facilities and community center. However, participating in the Midwest Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) have significantly increased my interest in network security.
Vice President – Open
Vice President – Open
Secretary – Open