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Frank Siderio

Chief Information Officer

Frank is a senior from West Chester, Pennsylvania. He is a Computer Science major with minors in Information Technology, Information Systems, and Cybersecurity. As Chief Information Officer, Frank acts as the liaison between the student body and Marist IT. Frank chairs the SGA Information Technology Council, which works to improve students’ experiences with technology at Marist. Frank has been involved in multiple initiatives to achieve this goal, like the SGA website redesign and the implementation of CollegiateLink, a modernized and user-friendly club management system.

Frank can help you with maintaining your club’s website! If you have questions, you can reach Frank by email.

Tommy Magnusson

Deputy CIO

Thomas Magnusson hails from Fairfield, CT and attended St. Joseph High School in Trumbull, CT. He is a rising sophomore at Marist College pursuing a bachelor's of science in Computer Science, with a minor in Philosophy. Thomas has worked for News America Marketing in Wilton, CT as a junior mobile developer. He was charged with porting the existing Smart Source iOS application from Objective-C into Apple's new programming language, Swift. In addition, he worked with the User Experience designer to expand the look and feel of the app. Thomas is also a new member of the IBM/Marist Joint study program; he will be working with Alan Labouseur on an iOS implementation of the G* Graph Database Visualizer. Thomas enjoys learning new technologies through YouTube videos and hopes to work for Google as a software developer.

Matthew Rahtelli

Director of IT Council

Matthew grew up in Newtown, CT and attended Fairfield College Preparatory School. He is currently a Junior at Marist, majoring in Computer Science with a dual minor in Information Systems and Information Technology. Matthew has worked at IBM as a Software Engineer Intern for two years and is currently co-oping part-time while attending school. He develops automated specifications for BlueCloud (an internal IBM application), which enables teams to migrate and deploy their applications to a cloud hosting environment. Not only is Matthew involved with Student Government, but he serves Marist in other capacities as well. He serves on the Campus Ministry Advisory Board, Executive Board for the National Residence Hall Honorary, Transfer Advisory Board, and Executive Board for St. Jude Up 'til Dawn. He has served as the President of APD (Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity), Ambassador's Program, and Emerging Leaders Program. Not only is Matthew attending Marist, but his mother, brother, sister, and brother's fiancé all have graduated from Marist as well.

Dan Mopsick

Lead Developer

Dan Mopsick is a sophomore at Marist College from Manasquan, NJ. Dan is majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Cybersecurity, Information Systems, and Information Technology after graduating from Communications High School in Wall, NJ. As a high school student Dan learned leadership skills while attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. Dan is involved with the Student Government, Campus Ministry, and Computer Society at Marist. Dan joined the IT Council as a freshman Web Developer. In addition to these clubs, Dan is a Web Developer for the Marist Library Archives. Here Dan develops and maintains web pages for the Marist Library Archives in addition to providing IT Support to the Marist Library. During the summer of 2017 Dan was a Full Stack Development Intern for Carponents, an automotive social media start up in Asbury Park, NJ. Here Dan designed and built the 'Guides' feature of the website. In his free time Dan loves to play basketball, listen to music, and read.

Daniel Schroeder

Developer

Daniel is a junior at Marist College from Wethersfield, Connecticut. Daniel is a Computer Science major with a concentration in Software Development. He is minoring in Information Technology, Information Systems, and Mathematics. While in high school, Daniel worked to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout, eventually earning it the day before the deadline. As a developer for the SGA's IT Council, Daniel helps update and maintain the SGA website. Outside of SGA, Daniel is part of Campus Ministry and the Computer Society. Over the summer of 2017, Daniel worked as an IT intern at Travelers Insurance. He worked to complete several projects to aid in the automation of a process which otherwise took several days to complete. In what little free time he has, Daniel likes to listen to music, play games, and play basketball (or any other sport really).

John Eletto

Developer

John Eletto is a junior at Marist College from Wantagh, NY. His major is Computer Science and he is pursuing minors in Cybersecurity and Information Technology. John is currently involved as a drummer in the Marist College Band and as a developer on the IT Council. During the summer of 2017, he worked as a Software Engineer Intern for Zebra Technologies. John also enjoys teaching computer science and volunteering as a teacher at his high school’s “Tech Day” every year.

Maddy Barr

Web Designer

Maddy Barr is a sophomore from Manlius, NY. She is a Digital Media major with a Business Administration minor, and she will be graduating in 2020. Maddy joined IT Council at the end of her freshman year as a Web Designer. Her responsibilities include designing web pages and elements as well as deciding the overall look of the website. She is also involved with Campus Ministry, and works at Student Financial Services as the Student Digital Media Assistant. Over the summer, Maddy worked as a Web Design intern at ACS, inc.

William Kluge

DevOps Lead

William Kluge is a freshman from Lake Elmo, Minnesota. He is a Computer Science major with a minor in Cybersecurity. As DevOps Lead, William works with his fellow members of IT council to ensure that backend databases and web servers for the SGA website are functioning correctly and securely. William's goal is to continue the growth of his knowledge in cyber security and database management.

Hannah Youssef

QA Tester

Hannah Youssef is from Carmel, NY and is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science with a concentration in Software Development, as well as minoring in Information Technology and Information Systems. Hannah is involved in many clubs and organizations on campus such as Marist Orchestra, Chamber Strings, Computer Society, Campus Ministry, Math Club, and Business Club. She currently holds a position as Vice President of the Marist Orchestra. Hannah is happy to be a member of the Student Government Association through the IT Council as a QA Tester. Hannah interned at IBM this past summer as a Data Analyst/Application Developer for the CIO division of IBM. She worked on the Workday transformation project that deployed the system to Nordic & Baltic countries. The project she worked on recently “went live” and is in active use by international IBM employees. She continues to co-op at IBM in Southbury, CT. Hannah also works on campus in the Institutional Research & Planning department gathering and analyzing retention and graduation rate information, including course evaluations and surveys. In whatever free time she has left, Hannah enjoys playing the violin and piano. She also likes playing tennis and obsessing over Apple products.