The NITLE Advisory Board 2009–2011

NITLE’s advisory board provides strategic advice to the executive director and organization as a whole. The board has a direct, positive impact on the advancement of liberal education. Members are drawn from a variety of leadership roles within higher education and beyond and include campus presidents, chief academic and information officers, university and college librarians, faculty members, directors of academic, instructional, or technology initiatives and centers, leading researchers, and leaders from strategically allied organizations and corporations. Board members meet twice per year and serve terms of two years.

  

NITLE Advisory Board Members, 2009 – 2011

  • Dr. Edward L. Ayers, President, University of Richmond
  • Dr.  Catherine M. Casserly, Chief Executive Officer, Creative Commons
  • Dr. Grant H. Cornwell, President, The College of Wooster
  • Dr. Charles J. Henry, President, Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR)
  • Dr. Bob Johnson, Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Services, Rhodes College
  • Dr. Pamela McQuesten, Vice President of Information Resources and Chief Information Officer, Occidental College
  • Dr. Ernesto Nieto, President and Founder, National Hispanic Institute
  • Dr. M. Lee Pelton, President, Emerson College (past President, Willamette University)
  • Mr. Richard Peterson*, Chief Technology Officer, Washington and Lee University
  • Mr. Pike Powers, Director, Business Consulting, Duff & Phelps (Austin)
  • Dr. Howard Rheingold, Futurist, Author, and Lecturer, Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley
  • Dr. Martin Ringle, Chief Technology Officer, Reed College
  • Dr. Michael D. Roy, L. Douglas and Laura J. Meredith Dean of Library and Information Services and Chief Information Officer, Middlebury College
  • Mr. William (Trey) Short III, Assistant Provost and Chief Technology Officer, Illinois Wesleyan University
  • Dr. David L. Smallen, Vice President for Information Technology, Hamilton College
  • Dr. Kathryn Tomasek, Associate Professor of History, Wheaton College
  • Dr. Edward Webb, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Studies, Dickinson College
* Deceased