Ben Bartz is a Supervisor and Scrum Master for the IT Internal Audit department at John Deere, where he and his team perform audits of application stacks and Deere units. He started at Deere in 2016 and has held titles of Internal Control Analyst and Systems Auditor prior to his current role. He will be starting as an adjunct in Fall ‘21. Ben graduated from Western Illinois University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Business degree in Management and graduated from St. Ambrose University in 2017 with a Master of IT Management degree. He has since obtained CISSP, Security+, and CCSK.
Angela Henning is the Department Coordinator for Career Technology at EICCD’s Muscatine Campus, and a Distinguished Faculty Member teaching in the Information Technology program since 2004. She earned a Master’s of Science Degree from St. Ambrose University in Information Technology Management while working in the IT field, beginning her technical career in 1996. Angela holds several MTA and MOS certifications, as well as a CCNA Instructor Certification. She is a faculty co-advisor for Muscatine’s student chapter of Business Professionals of America.
Katrina Raine Morford
Katrina Raine Morford is a certified IT professional, She worked full-time as a Technology Support Specialist for EICC for 11 years. She taught as adjunct faculty for 9 years and is now a full-time IT instructor. Raine earned Associate’s degrees in both Networking and Programming in 2011. Raine’s certifications include Microsoft MTA certifications in Operating systems, Networking, Servers and Security, and CompTIA A+ certifications.
Roberta Osmers is the lead faculty for the EICC Cyber Center, and department coordinator for Information Technology education at Scott Community College. She earned her Master’s degree in Information Assurance from Capella University in 2010, and has worked in the IT field since 2001. Roberta began adjunct instructing for EICC as an online instructor in 2010 and moved into a full-time faculty position in 2015, specializing in network technology and cybersecurity. Roberta is also the faculty advisor for EICC’s Cybersecurity Student Association.
Shadrack "Shad" Roberts is the Cybersecurity & Privacy Official for U.S. Army Sustainment Command responsible for global Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC). Shad is an adjunct instructor of cybersecurity at EICC. Shad earned his Master of Science in Government Information Leadership from National Defense University and a Doctor of Science (ABD) in Cybersecurity from Capitol Technology University. Shad is a senior member of the IEEE, founding board member of Quad Cities Cybersecurity Alliance, President and founder of (ISC)2 Quad Cities Chapter, co-founder of CornCon Cybersecurity Conference, and InfraGard member. Shad's licenses and certifications include Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professionals (NSTISSI) 4011, Department of Defense (DOD) Chief Information Officer, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), and Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP).
Samuel Samara is a network Engineer/Manager with experience in Information Technology, Telephony, and Two-way communications. Sam is an adjunct instructor who specializes in Cisco Networking, and has been teaching at the college since 1999. He is the Network Infrastructure Manager for Scott County, Iowa and holds CMNO, CCNA, MCP and VCA certifications.
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