Dr. Bill Lightfoot brings to the table over 15 years of global senior leadership experience, including seven years overseas in multicultural organizations. He most recently served as Managing Director of Village Inc. Africa, where he developed a new business model for driving economic development in rural communities. He has also served as Dean of Brenau University’s College of Business and Mass Communication and as Associate Dean of Graduate Programs, Institutional Advancement, and Strategic Planning at the International University of Monaco.
Dr. Lightfoot earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Bucknell University before moving on to earn his MBA in General Management from the University of North Carolina. He also earned his Ph.D. in Organization and Management from Capella University and possesses a CCMP (Certified Change Management Professional) Certificate from the Association of Chance Management Professionals.
An assistant professor of Information Technology, Elizabeth joined SNHU in 2002 as a disability specialist and most recently held the position of associate director, assistive technology.
Henley received her Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature, her Bachelor of Arts and Humanities, and her Master of Education in Elementary education from SNHU and her Doctor of Education from Walden University.
Henley serves on numerous SNHU committees including Center for Teaching and Learning, Assessment Alliance, Electronic Document Managing Committee, and mySNHU Governance. Henley is the group facilitator for Peer Connections/Social Skills Group, and the advisor for both the Anime and Film Club and the American Sign Language Club.
Henley's presentations at SNHU for classroom and groups include topics on assistive technology for students with disabilities and assistive technology for writing support for all students.
Henley is certified in Elementary Education (K-8) and Special Education (K-12).
Conference presentations include Henley, E., Hamilton, J., Luongo, E., & Hanley, L. (2013, November). What’s the next step?: Transitioning to post-secondary settings after high school. Presented at the Learning Ally Parent Ally Webinar.
Henley is a member of the Association on Higher Education and Disability – New England (AHEAD NE).
Dr. Lundy Lewis is a professor of computer information technology, chair of the Information Technology Department and co-chair of the game design and development program. He is an expert in computer networking, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence. A researcher for the U.S. Department of Defense who focuses on protecting computerized information, he brings 15 years of industry experience to the classroom. Lundy holds 35 U.S. patents and has published three books on network management.
Lewis infuses his lectures with real-world examples and invites industry experts to help students prepare for information-technology careers. He also teaches courses on game design and digital music.
Lewis earned his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with an emphasis on Computer Science from the University of South Carolina, a Master of Science in Computer Science from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute and a Doctor of Philosophy focusing on Logic and Artificial Intelligence from the University of Georgia.
Refereed Journal Articles include Lewis, L. (2003). "QoS and Bandwidth Management in Broadband Cable Access Networks. Computer Networks, Special Issue on Management of Services."
Lewis serves as session chair, International Conference on Information Fusion and chairperson for the American Association of Artificial Intelligence: Workshop on Human/Robotic Interfaces, Chairperson for IEEE Military Communications Conference and IEEE International Enterprise Networking and Services Conference.
Lundy Lewis (2013-2016) was a previous Chair of the Christos and Mary Papoutsy Distinguished Chair in Ethics and Social Responsibility.
A professor of information technology since 2002, Dr. Shahriar Movafaghi is the owner of MovaSoft, Inc.
Movafaghi received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from LSU and a Master of Science in Computer Science and a Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science from Northwestern University.
Selected publications include, Shahriar Movafaghi, S. Hojjati, H. Pournaghshband, T. Chan, J. S. Collins (2012). ''Impact of Virtualization Technology in the IT Classroom,'' The 2012 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer
Engineering, and Applied Computing, and Shahriar Movafaghi, Jack Bullock (2011). ''Sentiment Web Mining Architecture,'' Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 26, Pages 191-197.
Movafaghi has done numerous presentations including Shahriar Movafaghi, H. Pournaghshband, T. Chan, J. S. Collins, ''Accessibility to the Electronic Private Library,'' The 2012 Book Conference, Spain, Barcelona.
An Assistant Professor of Information Technology in the CIT department, Dr. Beaudin joined SNHU in the fall of 2016. She brought with her over a decade of teaching experience, having spent time as an adjunct or part-time faculty member at schools ranging from Daniel Webster College and the New Hampshire Art Institute to the University of New Hampshire and even SNHU.
For years, Dr. Beaudin has served as a technology consultant, and brings to bear expertise in a variety of IT subjects. Her teaching topics include Accounting Information Systems, Telecommunications and Networking, Wireless Programming, and a host of different programming languages and web technologies.
Dr. Beaudin earned her Ph.D. in Information Systems from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Additional degrees earned by Dr. Beaudin include a BA in Business Administration and an MBA.
Dr. Tom Chan has been with SNHU since 2000. He is responsible for teaching courses in systems design and analysis, data communication, security, web and multimedia development, project management, IT strategy and policy.
Chan is an active researcher conducting studies in network management, policy and security, technology design and deployment in ecommerce, and emerging technology adaptation and diffusion in education. Prior to SNHU, he was an assistant professor at Marist College, a project manager and software engineer specialized in communication network at Citibank.
With publications in over 60 peer-reviewed journals and international conferences, Chan has published works in the area of instructional design, distance learning, technology adaptation & diffusion, information security and mobile technology.
He received his Bachelor of Science from California State University, Master of Science from the University of Southern California, Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University and Doctor of Education from Texas Tech University.