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The UNC Information Technology Executive Council (ITEC) is comprised of senior-level administrators who bear primary responsibility for technology-related support and infrastructure within their given schools or units. The ITEC serves four primary purposes to support the university’s mission of teaching, research and public service:

  • Works collaboratively to maximize the impact and ensure the success of all IT functions across campus
  • Strives to create a mutually supportive learning community that promotes and shares technology and business best practices
  • Advises the CIO and other senior ITS leaders on technology issues of campus-wide importance
  • Influences the campus-wide discussion of information technology issues


Chair: Tim Shearer, AUL for Digital Strategies & IT, University Libraries

Co-Chair: Chris Williams, Student Affairs IT Director

Meeting Frequency

Meets the first Thursday of each month, August to June


Available upon request


  • [vacant], School of Dentistry
  • Georgia Allen, Kenan-Flagler School of Business
  • Jeffrey Alpi, FPG Child Development Institute
  • Kathy Anderson, School of Public Health
  • Roberta Bain, School of Education
  • Vicki Bradley, Human Resources and Equal Opportunity and Complianc
  • Brian Cass, Sheps Center for Health Services Research
  • Clint Gwaltney, Athletics
  • Kenneth Gyan, School of Information and Library Sciences
  • Kate Hash, ITS Representative
  • Mark Ingram, University Development
  • Jill Jemison, School of Medicine
  • Jamar Jones (interim), School of Government
  • Phil Kaufman, School of Social Work
  • Andy Lang, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Rj Libunao, School of Nursing
  • Dave Maldonado, School of Pharmacy
  • Emilio Medina, Enrollment Systems
  • Ray Reitz, Finance & Operations
  • Michael Sharpe, School of Media & Journalism
  • Tim Shearer, University Libraries
  • Charles Story, School of Law
  • Tim Van Acker, Carolina Population Center
  • Chris Williams, Student Affairs
  • Scott Wilber, Office of the Chancellor for Research


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