Robert S. Bramucci, Vice Chancellor of Technology and Learning
Services, oversees the Technology & Learning Services
functions for the South Orange County Community College District,
including: all educational programs and services offered in
the District; technology services for academic and administrative
functions; district and college research functions with focus
on promotion of student success; leadership and coordination
in enrollment management and distance education programs;
coordinating programs relationships with colleges, universities,
local high schools, and regional occupational programs; coordinating
workforce preparation programs in cooperation with regional
businesses/industry; and chair of committees and task forces
that address issues including sabbaticals, academic calendar,
student information system, district planning, and distance
Formerly with Riverside Community College District, he was District Dean of the Open Campus, which served over 50,000 enrollees in online classes per year. He also served as interim dean of Economic Development and provided administrative oversight for the Center for International Trade Development which expanded the district's international focus and delivery of corporate/business training. He is a nationally-known speaker and author, and has served as a faculty member at various universities, including California State University, Fullerton.
Dr. Bramucci holds a Ph.D. in experimental psychology from Washington State University, a M.A.P. in industrial/organizational psychology from the University of Arkansas, and a B.S. in psychology from Arkansas State University.
Inciong, District Director, Research, Planning & Data Management, has worked in
the field of institutional planning and research for the past
seven years. She is currently a member of the qualitative
research team for the Transfer Center Leadership Project Grant
funded by the California Community Colleges System Office.
A member of the Research and Planning Group of California,
Denice was a recent presenter at the RPG Annual Conference.
Previously a Research and Planning Analyst at Saddleback College,
Denice worked on a wide variety of planning projects there,
including IPEDS and MIS reporting, program review data and
the student learning outcome assessment system. Prior to her
employment with SOCCCD, Denice worked at the UC Irvine Center
for Educational Partnerships as the evaluator for two US Department
of Education grants. Denice holds a M.Ed. in Educational
Foundations and a B.A. in Asian Studies and Japanese from
the University of Hawai’i, Manoa.
Dorsz, Director, IT-Infrastructure & Security, holds
a M.S. degree in Instructional Technology and a B.S. degree
in Information and Computer Science. Jeff has held managerial
and senior level technical positions in security, network,
systems, and database administration in both private and public
sectors. Jeff has been a contributing author and technical
reviewer for several security books and is an associate faculty
member at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, CA. Since
2005, Jeff has managed information security and telecommunications
for the South Orange County Community College District.
Dubay, Systems Manager, joined the district in October of
2006. He is currently involved in projects that include
upgrading and expanding the virtual server infrastructure,
rebuilding the storage area network (SAN), and is beginning
work on replacing our aging messaging infrastructure with
Microsoft Exchange 2007. With degrees in biology and marine
science from the University of San Diego, he brings a broad
range of interests and experience to the District.
Gaston is the Director, IT-Academic Systems and has worked for the SOCCCD since 1988.
He leads software projects that provide direct services to
students and faculty. He has a B.S. degree in computer
science from Biola University and enjoys staying in touch
with the latest trends in this ever-changing industry and
communicating those trends through in service presentations
and is a regular speaker at local, regional and national conferences.
Landes, Systems Manager of Management Information Systems has
served in District Information Technology since 1988.
She has a B.S. degree in Organizational Leadership from Biola
University and is responsible for MIS State and Federal Reporting
and local Management Information Systems. Her passion
is to provide information that helps the District and Colleges
make the best decisions to serve and educate students.
Phaneuf, Director, IT-Administrative Systems, has worked for the district since 1984. Jim
holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from
CSU Fullerton. He has 30 years of IT experience, having
worked in commercial software development, as well as for
internal IT organizations. His current areas of interest
within IT are agile software development and business intelligence.
His primary focus is to deliver innovative and reliable software-based
services to students, faculty, and staff.