Information Technology Governance Committee (ITGC)

  • Provide guidance, direction and vision for Information Technology at PVAMU University.
  • Align PVAMU Information Technology goals to PVAMU goals.
  • Develop 3 year Information Technology strategic plan for PVAMU.
  • Collect IT needs/projects across campus and assess needs/project priority.
  • Maximize the value of IT investment while identifying and migrating IT-related risks.
  • Prepare and annually update a long-range Information Technology Strategic Plan and priorities regarding the overall technology environment at PVAMU University.
  • Review and recommend best practices for both on- and off-campus user constituencies.
  • Review and recommend standards for faculty/student teaching and research computing, mediated classroom design, and technologies for administrative computing and the library.
  • Provide IT environment that enriches and enhances teaching, learning, and research.
  • Assess the effectiveness of existing policies, procedures and architectures in meeting the needs of the University community.  Recommend new policies, procedures and architectures as deemed appropriate.
  • Review trends in both computing and communication technologies as they impact the University's long-term emerging technology needs.
  • Disseminate information to users throughout the PVAMU community regarding major technology initiatives and priorities.  Improve mechanism for communication, reporting, and performance measures.

Organization Chart

Senior Vice President for Business Affairs (Executive Management Member), Information Technology Governance Committee, Academic Affairs Technology Committee and Student Information Systems Governance Committee

ITGC Members

Committee Chair: Midhat Asghar,
Assistant Vice President for Information Resource Management
Office of Information Resource Management

Anitra Addison, Auxiliary Services
Executive Director of Auxiliary Services

Carl Taylor, Title III
Manager of Network Telecommunications

Carman Carter, Graduate School
Assistant Dean

Cathy Smock, University Compliance
Special Assistant to President for Compliance

Charlene Stubblefield, Center for Instructional Innovation and Technology Services
Executive Director

David Maxwell,
Information Security Officer

Dean Williamson, Institutional Research
Assistant Vice President for Institutional Research

Demitris Cambric, Academic Affairs
Executive Director for Academic Technologies

Forest Smith, College of Nursing
Lecturer II

Isaac Smith,
College of Nursing Senior Specialist Laboratory

Ivory Jenkins, Student Affairs
Program Coordinator II

Kay Peavy, Procurement & Disbursement Services
Executive Director for Procurement and Disbursement Services

Noel Estwick, CARC
Information Specialist

Pankaj Chhetri, School of Architecture
Information Technology Professional I

Rodney Moore,
Chief Information Office

Suxia Cui, Electrical Engineering
Associate Professor


Meetings Frequency: Monthly – 4th Monday of every month

Meeting location: Harrington Science Building, Rm 310 & WebEx

Agenda Setting: Any university student, faculty, & staff can add an item (related to Information Technology) on IT Governance Committee agenda by sending an email to ITGC Chair ( or by contacting any of the IT Governance Committee members

Academic Affairs Technology Committee Members

Committee Chair:
Demitris Cambric
Academic Technology

Jamila Clayton
Office of Academic Engagement and Student Success

Jennifer Erdely
Languages and Communications

Sherri Frizell
Computer Science

Chris Galvez
College of Engineering

Kimberly Gay
John B. Coleman Library

Carmen Carter
Office of Research and Graduate Studies

Charles Grear
Social Work, Behavioral and Political Science

Kenneth Hines
College of Business

Stephanie Holmes
Center for Instructional Innovation and Technology Services

Cleveland Lane

Kenyatta Simmons
Office of Recruitment and Marketing

Isaac Smith
College of Nursing

Pankaj Chhetri
School of Architecture

Ashwani Srivastava
College of Agriculture and Human Sciences

Ruby Stevens-Morgan
Institutional Research

Joy Thomas
Financial Aid

James Valles
College of Arts & Sciences