CIO / Technology Director for the Archdiocese of Baltimore
Marcus has an Information Systems M.B.A. and an Accounting Bachelors Degree from the University of Baltimore. He is a technology leader who has built a reputation for solving tough, mission-critical business problems within aggressive time and budget requirements. He works closely with leadership teams to unearth critical business needs, and then leads the design and implementation of solutions that increase productivity and efficiency while simultaneously streamlining and improving internal processes.
Director of Business Intelligence
Dan is responsible for the planning, development, implementation, and support of the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s (AOB) business intelligence and enterprise system projects, applications development, reporting and web development initiatives. The director is responsible for setting the tone for information gathering and dissemination of information and must be an expert in business intelligence application technology, capabilities and functionality.
Parish Technology Manager
Ron is responsible The Parish Technology Manager is responsible for managing the implementation and ongoing support of the Parish Information Management System (PIMS) and the implementation of other parish centered technology initiatives throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Primary responsibilities include delivering projects on time, within budget and meeting the strategic business and technical requirements as required. Includes overall responsibility for providing technical leadership in the development and execution of detailed designs for new or existing applications in service of the archdiocese’s parishes.
Infrastructure & Security Manager
Greg is responsible for the planning, organizing, and managing staff and overall operations to ensure the stability of the organization’s IT infrastructure. This includes securing, developing, maintaining, supporting, and optimizing key functional areas, particularly network infrastructure, server infrastructure, data communications, and telecommunications systems.
Network and Application Analyst
Jay is responsible for assisting with the maintenance and support of the applications, network, servers, messaging, and telecommunication technologies utilized by the Archdiocese. This includes the management of the accounts associated with these systems.
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Karen I. Giron-Rodriguez
Department Administrative Assistant
Karen is responsible for managing most of the department administrative, communication, accounting, procurement, training functions, and systems support.
Parish Information System Analyst
L’Tanya works closely with the Parish Technology Manager on all PIMS initiatives for the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The position acts as the chief data administrator for the PIMS system, providing functional support to all end users; internal and external.
Lawrence J. Lawson
Parish Data Analyst
Lawrence works closely with the Manager of Business Intelligence, Parish Technology Manager and the Parish Information Systems Analyst on all parish data and information initiatives for the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The position acts as the primary data analyst for parishioner and parish related data, providing functional support to all parishioner and parish data end users.
Michael J. Weschler
Michael is responsible for the development, implementation, and support of organizational web applications including Internet, Intranet, and Extranet sites. The Web Developer acts as the technical resource for all web-based application issues and integration.
Tigist Z. Gebeyehu
Operational Database Admin
Tigi is responsible for owning, tracking and resolving database related incidents and requests, reviewing operational reports, aiding in enterprise application administration, updates, upgrades, migrations, and working with Business Intelligence Team to develop database objects for our BI data warehouse and reporting system.
Wenan is responsible for the selection, installation, upgrade, and maintenance of desktop systems for office productivity, including word processing, spreadsheet, presentations, graphics, e-mail and workgroup, and web authoring for Central Services staff.