KELLY A. HARTNER, M.Ed.
® Over ‘17’ years of Information Technology Management Experience in a Private College Environment. A working manager that performs network management tasks on a daily basis.
® Demonstrated management experience, including supervising and fostering the professional growth of multiple employees, working within the College with various departments and individuals, working with businesses outside of the College for purchases and services.
® Extensive experience with all aspects of the Information Technology environment, including VMWare virtualized servers, Microsoft servers, Microsoft Exchange servers, Microsoft Live and HP SANs and servers.
Enterprise Resource Planning
Network Usage Policy Creation
Network Management Policy Creation
Budgeting – Project and Annual
Enterprise Network Manager
October 1, 1995 to Present
Responsible for the management, design and implementation of Westminster College’s campus-wide network.
2011: Designed, implemented and managed migration from
Novell server platform to Microsoft server platform. Migration included Novell
Edirectory, files and Novell GroupWise Email migration to Microsoft Active
Directory and Microsoft Exchange.
Management Responsibilities: Supervise three individuals for College network and web resources.
· Budget proposals for network hardware and software needs.
· Develop and implement campus network related written policy and procedures.
Work with departments and individuals
on campus for various IT related needs and issues.
Technical Responsibilities: Everyday management of a 2,000-user network, including end user support and the design, implementation and maintenance of all server hardware and software.
· Maintain over 50 Microsoft servers, including Active Directory and DNS.
· Maintain Microsoft Exchange servers with 500 in-house Exchange accounts for staff and over 1500 linked Microsoft Live accounts for students.
· Maintain VMWare virtualized servers and virtualized server environment.
· Maintain HP SAN with blade servers, EVA and MSA. Also maintain HP non-blade servers.
Installed and maintain campus
Webserver software, Apache and Cold Fusion.
LAN Support Specialist
July 1, 1994 to October 1, 1995
Network administrator for a UNIX based NeXT network. Responsibilities included software and hardware installation and maintenance and everyday management of user accounts and end user support. Also assisted in the management of four computer labs, including the supervision and scheduling of approximately 40 student workers.
July 28, 1993 to June 29, 1994
Programmed applications for the Office of Surface Mining, U.S. Government, using Foxpro 2.0. Also responsible for writing technical documentation for programmed applications.
United States Air Force
October 1984 to September 1990
· September 1988 to September 1990: Responsible for running nightly programs on a Unisys mainframe and distributing them for the Supply Organization.
· October 1984 to September 1988: Responsible for inventory maintenance in the Supply Organization’s warehouse. Also responsible for palletizing and mobilizing war readiness materials.
Masters of Education, 2005
Bachelors of Science in Computer Science, 2003
· President of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, National Computer Science Honor Society.
Associates Degree in Applied Science – Information Technology, 1990
· VMware Infrastructure 3: Install and Configure
· VMware VSphere Fast Track
· Configuring, Managing and Troubleshooting Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
· Configuring and Troubleshooting Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Services
Since January 1999
Since April 1998
Since September 1995