Mike Glubke

Co-founder, President & CEO

Mike Glubke is the co-founder, CEO and President of Dynamic Campus.

Over his long career working with institutions of higher learning, Mike realized that one of the challenges most college and university leaders face is that their technology solutions providers seem more interested in selling them software or hardware than they are interested in helping them solve their problems.

Dynamic Campus was born from the realization that higher education needed a technology advocate focused on their needs, their interests and their satisfaction. This remains the company’s focus today.

Mike has extensive experience in providing technology solutions for higher education. Prior to founding Dynamic Campus, he served as vice president at Jenzabar, an administrative software firm dedicated to the higher education marketplace.

Prior to that, he served several senior executive roles at CARS Information Systems, where he was responsible for leading the product development, product marketing and sales divisions.

Mike has also held technology-related positions at Kalamazoo College, Wayne State University and Kalamazoo Valley Community College.

Mike earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Western Michigan University.

Mike Glubke

Co-Founder, President & CEO

Mike Glubke is the founder, CEO and President of Dynamic Campus.

Over his long career working with institutions of higher learning, Mike realized that one of the challenges most college and university leaders face is that their technology solutions providers seem more interested in selling them software or hardware than they are interested in helping them solve their problems.

Dynamic Campus was born from the realization that higher education needed a technology advocate focused on their needs, their interests and their satisfaction. This remains the company’s focus today.

Mike has extensive experience in providing technology solutions for higher education. Prior to founding Dynamic Campus, he served as vice president at Jenzabar, an administrative software firm dedicated to the higher education marketplace.

Prior to that, he served several senior executive roles at CARS Information Systems, where he was responsible for leading the product development, product marketing and sales divisions.

Mike has also held technology-related positions at Kalamazoo College, Wayne State University and Kalamazoo Valley Community College.

Mike earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Western Michigan University.

Jody Glubke

Co-founder & Executive Vice President

Jody Glubke serves as Executive Vice President of Dynamic Campus, working directly with higher education leaders to continually align Dynamic Campus services with the changing needs of the higher education technology marketplace.

Jody’s entire career has been spent in higher education, blending the best of what’s new in technology with the best of what works in human behavior to deliver the results four-year and two-year institutions are looking for.

She draws on her extensive background in student services—including all aspects of advising, enrollment and recruiting—to help clients optimize the on- and off-campus experience for students, faculty, staff and other stakeholders alike.

Dynamic Campus clients rely on Jody’s expertise and experience to measure satisfaction across the institution, then develop and execute strategies to address areas of underperformance.

Jody also works with institutional leaders to evaluate the ease-of-use and overall efficiency and effectiveness of an institution’s IT investments, identifying and pursuing optimization opportunities.

Before founding Dynamic Campus, Jody was an Account Executive for higher education technology firms Jenzabar and SCT.

Prior to that she served several roles in student services, special programs and academic advisement at Phoenix College in Arizona.

Jody holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Southern California where, as a student, she worked in the Alumni Relations and Development office.

Jody Glubke

Co-founder & Executive Vice President

Jody Glubke serves as Executive Vice President of Dynamic Campus, working directly with higher education leaders to continually align Dynamic Campus services with the changing needs of the higher education technology marketplace.

Jody’s entire career has been spent in higher education, blending the best of what’s new in technology with the best of what works in human behavior to deliver the results four-year and two-year institutions are looking for.

She draws on her extensive background in student services—including all aspects of advising, enrollment and recruiting—to help clients optimize the on- and off-campus experience for students, faculty, staff and other stakeholders alike.

Dynamic Campus clients rely on Jody’s expertise and experience to measure satisfaction across the institution, then develop and execute strategies to address areas of underperformance.

Jody also works with institutional leaders to evaluate the ease-of-use and overall efficiency and effectiveness of an institution’s IT investments, identifying and pursuing optimization opportunities.

Before founding Dynamic Campus, Jody was an Account Executive for higher education technology firms Jenzabar and SCT.

Prior to that she served several roles in student services, special programs and academic advisement at Phoenix College in Arizona.

Jody holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Southern California where, as a student, she worked in the Alumni Relations and Development office.

Richard Middaugh

Senior Vice President

Richard Middaugh, Senior Vice President at Dynamic Campus, offers customers an unwavering commitment to finding technology solutions that fit.

During his tenure with the company, he has personally helped more than 30 higher education institutions select and successfully deploy technology solutions.

Before joining Dynamic Campus, Richard was the President of technology solution provider NBH Solutions, and his successes there include Banner project management and supervision at the University of the Virgin Islands, the design of a state-wide longitudinal data system for the Governor’s P-16 Council of New Hampshire, and a state-wide IPEDS reporting system and Cognos business intelligence solution for the Board of Higher Education, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Richard also served as Area Vice President at Jenzabar, a leading technology provider for higher education, as well as General Manager for National Sales Support at Collegis, a technology management firm also focused on higher education.

Earlier in his career, Richard was Chief Information Officer at Daytona Beach Community College.

Richard holds a Master of Arts in Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of South Florida, and an Associate of Arts from Hillsborough Community College.

Richard Middaugh

Senior Vice President

Richard Middaugh, Senior Vice President at Dynamic Campus, offers customers an unwavering commitment to finding technology solutions that fit.

During his tenure with the company, he has personally helped more than 30 higher education institutions select and successfully deploy technology solutions.

Before joining Dynamic Campus, Richard was the President of technology solution provider NBH Solutions, and his successes there include Banner project management and supervision at the University of the Virgin Islands, the design of a state-wide longitudinal data system for the Governor’s P-16 Council of New Hampshire, and a state-wide IPEDS reporting system and Cognos business intelligence solution for the Board of Higher Education, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Richard also served as Area Vice President at Jenzabar, a leading technology provider for higher education, as well as General Manager for National Sales Support at Collegis, a technology management firm also focused on higher education.

Earlier in his career, Richard was Chief Information Officer at Daytona Beach Community College.

Richard holds a Master of Arts in Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of South Florida, and an Associate of Arts from Hillsborough Community College.

J. Patrick McAvoy

Chief Innovation Officer

As the Chief Innovation Officer of Dynamic Campus, Patrick McAvoy researches and applies trends, approaches and best practices inside and outside of higher education to maximize the innovative capabilities of Dynamic Campus and its partner institutions.

Patrick has spent the last six years focused on the rapidly changing needs of higher education, ensuring Dynamic Campus strategic, consulting and tactical support capabilities are continually aligned with the needs of institutional leadership today.

He relies on more than two decades of experience supporting and advising technology-driven companies in a variety of industries, including software development, cloud computing, IT support services, retail, healthcare, semiconductors, supply chain, distribution and more.

Patrick’s leadership experience includes starting, managing and running several successful technology marketing agencies, as well as leading global teams for a Fortune 100 technology distributor and Brodeur Worldwide, a technology-focused division of Omnicom Group.

Patrick earned a Bachelor of Science in Social and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Arizona.

J. Patrick McAvoy

Chief Innovation Officer

As the Chief Innovation Officer of Dynamic Campus, Patrick McAvoy researches and applies trends, approaches and best practices inside and outside of higher education to maximize the innovative capabilities of Dynamic Campus and its partner institutions.

Patrick has spent the last six years focused on the rapidly changing needs of higher education, ensuring Dynamic Campus strategic, consulting and tactical support capabilities are continually aligned with the needs of institutional leadership today.

He relies on more than two decades of experience supporting and advising technology-driven companies in a variety of industries, including software development, cloud computing, IT support services, retail, healthcare, semiconductors, supply chain, distribution and more.

Patrick’s leadership experience includes starting, managing and running several successful technology marketing agencies, as well as leading global teams for a Fortune 100 technology distributor and Brodeur Worldwide, a technology-focused division of Omnicom Group.

Patrick earned a Bachelor of Science in Social and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Arizona.

Robert Wheeler

Vice President, Managed Services

Robert Wheeler serves as Vice President of Managed Services with Dynamic Campus.

In this role, Robert draws on more than 25 years of higher education experience to ensure that our partner institutions receive the exact blend of skills and support they need to tackle their toughest challenges.

Robert leads the Services organization that is responsible for all of our Managed Services client sites. He is also responsible for fostering an environment that enables our teams to be successful in supporting the institutions that they serve.

To complete these duties, Robert relies on his deep experience as an IT leader in higher education, including serving as the CIO for the University of Mary; General Manager managing multiple client site engagements for a higher education managed service provider; supporting more than 40 colleges and universities across North and South America as a Senior Strategic Consultant.

Robert holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering from the Ohio Institute of Technology.

Robert Wheeler

Vice President, Managed Services

Robert Wheeler serves as Vice President of Managed Services with Dynamic Campus.

In this role, Robert draws on more than 25 years of higher education experience to ensure that our partner institutions receive the exact blend of skills and support they need to tackle their toughest challenges.

Robert leads the Services organization that is responsible for all of our Managed Services client sites. He is also responsible for fostering an environment that enables our teams to be successful in supporting the institutions that they serve.

To complete these duties, Robert relies on his deep experience as an IT leader in higher education, including serving as the CIO for the University of Mary; General Manager managing multiple client site engagements for a higher education managed service provider; supporting more than 40 colleges and universities across North and South America as a Senior Strategic Consultant.

Robert holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering from the Ohio Institute of Technology.

Shawn Walden

Vice President, Shared Services

Colleges and universities of all sizes are looking to shared services partnerships and consortia to remove unnecessary expenses without impacting the intuition’s mission, and pooling IT resources with other institutions is a prime area of opportunity.

As Vice President of Shared Services, Shawn Walden helps colleges and universities greatly improve institutional efficiencies through the strategic allocation of pooled IT resources among partner institutions.

With more than two decades of experience in higher education leadership positions, Walden has helped more than 50 institutions successfully advance their institutional goals by strategically deploying technology and driving successful digital transformation, including the management and oversight of IT staffing and organizational models, ERP systems, Learning Management Systems (LMS), campus network infrastructures and various other administrative platforms and solutions.

Shawn leverages that expertise to help institutions form successful shared IT services partnerships and consortia at the outset, then he actively manages those engagements to ensure each partner institution maximizes the value of their investment and receives the exact IT support they need, drawing from Dynamic Campus’s deep bench of Expert IT Services staff deployed across the U.S.

Before joining Dynamic Campus in 2014, Shawn served as Vice President of New Campuses for Rasmussen College where he had responsibility for all aspects of opening new campuses including enrollment management, instructional delivery, financial management and federal compliance.

Prior to Rasmussen, Shawn was with Collegis for nine years, serving in different leadership capacities including CIO for four institutions, as well as General Manager and Vice President. During this time he was responsible for the strategic and tactical delivery of managed services for over 35 institutions.

Shawn received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management Information Systems from Emporia State University.

Shawn Walden

Vice President, Shared Services

Colleges and universities of all sizes are looking to shared services partnerships and consortia to remove unnecessary expenses without impacting the intuition’s mission, and pooling IT resources with other institutions is a prime area of opportunity.

As Vice President of Shared Services, Shawn Walden helps colleges and universities greatly improve institutional efficiencies through the strategic allocation of pooled IT resources among partner institutions.

With more than two decades of experience in higher education leadership positions, Walden has helped more than 50 institutions successfully advance their institutional goals by strategically deploying technology and driving successful digital transformation, including the management and oversight of IT staffing and organizational models, ERP systems, Learning Management Systems (LMS), campus network infrastructures and various other administrative platforms and solutions.

Shawn leverages that expertise to help institutions form successful shared IT services partnerships and consortia at the outset, then he actively manages those engagements to ensure each partner institution maximizes the value of their investment and receives the exact IT support they need, drawing from Dynamic Campus’s deep bench of Expert IT Services staff deployed across the U.S.

Before joining Dynamic Campus in 2014, Shawn served as Vice President of New Campuses for Rasmussen College where he had responsibility for all aspects of opening new campuses including enrollment management, instructional delivery, financial management and federal compliance.

Prior to Rasmussen, Shawn was with Collegis for nine years, serving in different leadership capacities including CIO for four institutions, as well as General Manager and Vice President. During this time he was responsible for the strategic and tactical delivery of managed services for over 35 institutions.

Shawn received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management Information Systems from Emporia State University.

Brian Cornell

Chief Information Security Officer

Brian Cornell serves as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Dynamic Campus, supporting the strategic and tactical cybersecurity needs of Dynamic Campus’s partner institutions. Cornell applies more than 15 years of higher education leadership as a CISO, CIO, and Manager of Information Technology to continually balance IT operations and security, maximizing the value of institutional IT investments and delivering a superior user experience while also minimizing risk to the institution and its systems and data, as well as its students, faculty, staff and stakeholders.

As CISO, Cornell helps partner institutions meet and exceed institutional cybersecurity and privacy objectives using a risk-based management approach, continually offering course corrections based on the changing needs of the institutions and the shifting cybersecurity landscape. This approach is supported by Cornell’s ability to build consensus with key stakeholders while proposing change, transformation or presenting solutions on critical issues.

During his time in higher education, Cornell has served on IT Security Councils at Elmira College, State University of New York (SUNY) at Maritime College, and Cornell University. He has authored and implemented a variety of major security and privacy initiatives related to business continuity and disaster recovery, data stewardship, data discovery and cleanup, incident response, risk assessments, and records retention.

At Cornell University’s College of AAP, he improved security and privacy measures throughout the organization while leading efforts for data discovery, data inventory and data cleanup. Additionally, he implemented baseline security controls and configurations across all devices significantly improving the security posture.

During his time at SUNY—the nation’s largest comprehensive system of public higher education—Cornell was a member of the Chief Council of CIO’s and he assisted with efforts to improve security practices and procedures for all 64 state campuses, including research and medical colleges.

Cornell is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) with a strong understanding of various laws, regulations and best practices that impact higher education cybersecurity, including FERPA, HIPAA, COPPA, GLBA, SOX, FISMA, NYS DFS 500, PCI, Breach Notification Act and more. Throughout his career, he has had extensive experience with high level security initiatives, security audits, and security implementations.

Cornell holds a Master of Arts from Norwich University, a Bachelor of Business Administration in Information Technology Management from the State University of New York at Cobleskill, and has achieved multiple industry-recognized information security and process improvement certifications including ITIL and Lean Six Sigma Black and Green Belt Certifications.

Brian Cornell

Chief Information Security Officer

Brian Cornell serves as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Dynamic Campus, supporting the strategic and tactical cybersecurity needs of Dynamic Campus’s partner institutions. Cornell applies more than 15 years of higher education leadership as a CISO, CIO, and Manager of Information Technology to continually balance IT operations and security, maximizing the value of institutional IT investments and delivering a superior user experience while also minimizing risk to the institution and its systems and data, as well as its students, faculty, staff and stakeholders.

As CISO, Cornell helps partner institutions meet and exceed institutional cybersecurity and privacy objectives using a risk-based management approach, continually offering course corrections based on the changing needs of the institutions and the shifting cybersecurity landscape. This approach is supported by Cornell’s ability to build consensus with key stakeholders while proposing change, transformation or presenting solutions on critical issues.

During his time in higher education, Cornell has served on IT Security Councils at Elmira College, State University of New York (SUNY) at Maritime College, and Cornell University. He has authored and implemented a variety of major security and privacy initiatives related to business continuity and disaster recovery, data stewardship, data discovery and cleanup, incident response, risk assessments, and records retention.

At Cornell University’s College of AAP, he improved security and privacy measures throughout the organization while leading efforts for data discovery, data inventory and data cleanup. Additionally, he implemented baseline security controls and configurations across all devices significantly improving the security posture.

During his time at SUNY—the nation’s largest comprehensive system of public higher education—Cornell was a member of the Chief Council of CIO’s and he assisted with efforts to improve security practices and procedures for all 64 state campuses, including research and medical colleges.

Cornell is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) with a strong understanding of various laws, regulations and best practices that impact higher education cybersecurity, including FERPA, HIPAA, COPPA, GLBA, SOX, FISMA, NYS DFS 500, PCI, Breach Notification Act and more. Throughout his career, he has had extensive experience with high level security initiatives, security audits, and security implementations.

Cornell holds a Master of Arts from Norwich University, a Bachelor of Business Administration in Information Technology Management from the State University of New York at Cobleskill, and has achieved multiple industry-recognized information security and process improvement certifications including ITIL and Lean Six Sigma Black & Green Belt Certifications.

Sheila Lang

Senior Director, Strategic Partnerships

In her role as Senior Director of Partnerships, Sheila applies more than 25 years of higher education leadership and experience to ensure that two- and four-year colleges and universities get the exact IT, strategic and tactical support they need from Dynamic Campus.

She also works with institutional leaders to evaluate the ease-of-use and overall efficiency and effectiveness of an institution’s IT investments, identifying and pursuing optimization opportunities.

In her prior roles in higher education, Sheila was primarily responsible for developing systems and processes that successfully identified and addressed areas of opportunity related to alumni relations, recruiting, advising, financial aid and career services.

Sheila also has deep expertise in the areas of admissions, stakeholder relations and private sector partnership development that benefit the employer, alumni and institution alike.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from California State University, Chico, where as a student she worked as a college ambassador for new students.

Sheila Lang

Senior Director, Strategic Partnerships

In her role as Senior Director of Partnerships, Sheila applies more than 25 years of higher education leadership and experience to ensure that two- and four-year colleges and universities get the exact IT, strategic and tactical support they need from Dynamic Campus.

She also works with institutional leaders to evaluate the ease-of-use and overall efficiency and effectiveness of an institution’s IT investments, identifying and pursuing optimization opportunities.

In her prior roles in higher education, Sheila was primarily responsible for developing systems and processes that successfully identified and addressed areas of opportunity related to alumni relations, recruiting, advising, financial aid and career services.

Sheila also has deep expertise in the areas of admissions, stakeholder relations and private sector partnership development that benefit the employer, alumni and institution alike.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from California State University, Chico, where as a student she worked as a college ambassador for new students.

Deandra Ross, PHR, SHRM-CP, MS

Executive Director, Human Resources

Deandra is a true believer in the power of people. Her People Ops mantra is a famous quote from Lawrence Bossidy, “I am convinced that nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people. At the end of the day, you bet on people not on strategies.”

This belief has led her to a Master’s Degree in Human Resources and Employment Labor Relations with concentrations in Benefits and Compensation from The Pennsylvania State University. Along her academic journey, she earned her Professional in Human Resources Management (PHR) and Society for Human Resources Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) certifications.

Deandra has over 13 years of human resources experience. Deandra was a global partner at Sizmek where she managed benefits, HR administration and launched a successful wellness program.

Intrigued by partnering with those in tech, she joined Informatica and Indeed’s human resources teams. She is most proud of implementing programs that are aligned with diversity and inclusion and she was also an active member in the Black Inclusion Group and Women at Indeed.

Most recently, Deandra was the Total Rewards and People Operations Manager at Molecula, a technology company located in Austin, Texas. Deandra is an avid learner and consistently attends HR conferences to keep her aware of the ever-changing world of HR.

Deandra Ross, PHR, SHRM-CP, MS

Executive Director, Human Resources

Deandra is a true believer in the power of people. Her People Ops mantra is a famous quote from Lawrence Bossidy, “I am convinced that nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people. At the end of the day, you bet on people not on strategies.”

This belief has led her to a Master’s Degree in Human Resources and Employment Labor Relations with concentrations in Benefits and Compensation from The Pennsylvania State University. Along her academic journey, she earned her Professional in Human Resources Management (PHR) and Society for Human Resources Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) certifications.

Deandra has over 13 years of human resources experience. Deandra was a global partner at Sizmek where she managed benefits, HR administration and launched a successful wellness program.

Intrigued by partnering with those in tech, she joined Informatica and Indeed’s human resources teams. She is most proud of implementing programs that are aligned with diversity and inclusion and she was also an active member in the Black Inclusion Group and Women at Indeed.

Most recently, Deandra was the Total Rewards and People Operations Manager at Molecula, a technology company located in Austin, Texas. Deandra is an avid learner and consistently attends HR conferences to keep her aware of the ever-changing world of HR.

Dr. David Hunter

Executive Director, Transition Services

David Hunter serves as a Executive Director of Transition Services for Dynamic Campus. David is responsible for the seamless transition of four-year institutions to our Managed Services model, overseeing the execution of Dynamic Campus’s proven transition methodology during the start-up phase of the relationship.

In this role, David draws on 20 years of high tech and information technology (IT) experience — focusing on higher education since 2008 — to ensure a smooth transition for all parties, including leadership, faculty, HR, staff and existing IT personnel.

David leverages his background in engineering, technology, higher education, and customer service to provide extraordinary value and leadership to Dynamic Campus clients during this critical phase of the partnership.

David’s experience includes serving as CIO at College of Western Idaho and a Technology Leader at Brown Mackie College before joining Dynamic Campus to serve as General Manager. He holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Auburn University where he researched and published on intelligent networks.

Dr. David Hunter

Executive Director, Transition Services

David Hunter serves as a Executive Director of Transition Services for Dynamic Campus. David is responsible for the seamless transition of four-year institutions to our Managed Services model, overseeing the execution of Dynamic Campus’s proven transition methodology during the start-up phase of the relationship.

In this role, David draws on 20 years of high tech and information technology (IT) experience — focusing on higher education since 2008 — to ensure a smooth transition for all parties, including leadership, faculty, HR, staff and existing IT personnel.

David leverages his background in engineering, technology, higher education, and customer service to provide extraordinary value and leadership to Dynamic Campus clients during this critical phase of the partnership.

David’s experience includes serving as CIO at College of Western Idaho and a Technology Leader at Brown Mackie College before joining Dynamic Campus to serve as General Manager. He holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Auburn University where he researched and published on intelligent networks.

Sandy Nocella

Executive Director, Shared Services

In her role as Executive Director of Shared Services, Sandy Nocella provides strategic leadership and innovative solutions that deliver on the ever-changing needs of our higher education partners. Sandy collaborates with every level of our organization to ensure that the right expert services are delivered, on time, drawing from our deep bench of higher education experts across the U.S.

Sandy is responsible for the organizational development and ongoing evolution of the Expert Services Team and our Project Management Office, implementing innovative processes that enable her team to consistently perform at the highest quality standards.

Sandy is actively involved at our client sites as she regularly conducts strategy sessions with our site CIO’s and their staff to assure that the Expert Services team is delivering on the identified needs.

Sandy joined Dynamic Campus in October 2015, building on her more than 20 years providing strategic support for higher education institutions. She previously served as an ERP Team Lead for the Dynamic Campus Expert Services team before being promoted into her current role in September 2017.

Prior to Dynamic Campus, Sandy spent 18 years delivering successful solutions to higher education clients as a Senior Technical Consultant while at Perceptive (now part of Lexmark) and SunGard Higher Education (now Ellucian).

She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Temple University.

Sandy Nocella

Executive Director, Shared Services

In her role as Executive Director of Shared Services, Sandy Nocella provides strategic leadership and innovative solutions that deliver on the ever-changing needs of our higher education partners. Sandy collaborates with every level of our organization to ensure that the right expert services are delivered, on time, drawing from our deep bench of higher education experts across the U.S.

Sandy is responsible for the organizational development and ongoing evolution of the Expert Services Team and our Project Management Office, implementing innovative processes that enable her team to consistently perform at the highest quality standards.

Sandy is actively involved at our client sites as she regularly conducts strategy sessions with our site CIO’s and their staff to assure that the Expert Services team is delivering on the identified needs.

Sandy joined Dynamic Campus in October 2015, building on her more than 20 years providing strategic support for higher education institutions. She previously served as an ERP Team Lead for the Dynamic Campus Expert Services team before being promoted into her current role in September 2017.

Prior to Dynamic Campus, Sandy spent 18 years delivering successful solutions to higher education clients as a Senior Technical Consultant while at Perceptive (now part of Lexmark) and SunGard Higher Education (now Ellucian).

She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Temple University.

Carlo Dacumos

Executive Director, Managed Services

Carlo Dacumos serves as Executive Director of Managed Services with Dynamic Campus, working closely with our Chief Information Officers to provide the strategic leadership and management oversight that ensures successful delivery of all information technology services.

In his role, Carlo aligns technology with institutions’ strategic academic and business goals, providing the necessary balance to employ new information solutions while maintaining a high level of operability.

A military veteran and information technology leader, Carlo has over 20 years of higher education experience.  Having served several institutions, he leads Business Intelligence efforts that provides our partners insight to academic program performance and viability, and a clear competitive advantage in recruitment, retention, and graduation rates.

Carlo holds a Master of Science degree in Information Systems, and Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.  He is also holds an Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Foundation certification.

Carlo Dacumos

Executive Director, Managed Services

Carlo Dacumos serves as Executive Director of Managed Services with Dynamic Campus, working closely with our Chief Information Officers to provide the strategic leadership and management oversight that ensures successful delivery of all information technology services.

In his role, Carlo aligns technology with institutions’ strategic academic and business goals, providing the necessary balance to employ new information solutions while maintaining a high level of operability.

A military veteran and information technology leader, Carlo has over 20 years of higher education experience.  Having served several institutions, he leads Business Intelligence efforts that provides our partners insight to academic program performance and viability, and a clear competitive advantage in recruitment, retention, and graduation rates.

Carlo holds a Master of Science degree in Information Systems, and Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.  He is also holds an Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Foundation certification.

Shansa Dhalin

Corporate Technical Recruiter

Shansa Dahlin is the Corporate Technical Recruiter for Dynamic Campus. Shansa serves a vital role in the organization, responsible for deeply understanding the changing IT needs of higher education institutions, then identifying and onboarding individuals that possess the right blend of skills and experience to meet those needs.

She continually monitors a variety of resources to successfully identify and recruit top IT talent with higher education experience across the country, ensuring that the Dynamic Campus roster of senior IT talent is broad, deep and skilled enough to deliver maximum value and agility to two- and four-year higher education institutions.

To perform her duties, Shansa relies on more than 10 years of experience in corporate recruiting for the healthcare, energy and higher education fields. Shansa received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Colorado, Denver.

Shansa Dhalin

Corporate Technical Recruiter

Shansa Dahlin is the Corporate Technical Recruiter for Dynamic Campus. Shansa serves a vital role in the organization, responsible for deeply understanding the changing IT needs of higher education institutions, then identifying and onboarding individuals that possess the right blend of skills and experience to meet those needs.

She continually monitors a variety of resources to successfully identify and recruit top IT talent with higher education experience across the country, ensuring that the Dynamic Campus roster of senior IT talent is broad, deep and skilled enough to deliver maximum value and agility to two- and four-year higher education institutions.

To perform her duties, Shansa relies on more than 10 years of experience in corporate recruiting for the healthcare, energy and higher education fields. Shansa received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Colorado, Denver.

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