Loyola University Chicago

Information Technology Services

About the VPMO

The VPMO works collaboratively to encourage, coordinate, and synchronize efforts to ensure that LUC optimizes its strategic involvement on project impact and success. The VPMO will also be responsible for ensuring that the University’s project management methodology and practices are shared and supported for VPMO and non-VPMO projects within ITS departments.

VIRTUAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE TEAM

J Sibenaller's staff directory pictureJim Sibenaller
AVP, Enterprise System Services
Granada Center, Suite 201


F Yun's picture for staff pageFlorence Yun
Senior Project Manager
Granada Center, Suite 201


Heather Chester's photo for staff pageHeather Chester
Senior Project Manager
Granada Center, Suite 250, Room 254


M Bunker's photo for staff pageMary Bunker
Senior Project Manager
Granada Center, Suite 201


W Francis's photo for staff pageWarren Francis
Project Manager
Granada Center, Suite 201


Members of the VPMO are always available to answer questions about methodology and help you with your project management needs. To reach out to the VPMO for any questions, comments, or to ask about an engagement, please send us an email.

VPMO Mission & Vision

Chair: Jim Pardonek—University Information Security Office

Function/AreaMemberAlternate
Provost Office TBD None
Advancement Michael Halverson TBD
Finance Cory O'Brien Rebecca Gomez
Financial Aid TBD TBD
Human Resources Carol Mc Cormack Danielle Hansen
ITS—Infrastructure Dave Wieczorek TBD
ITS—Applications Rejoice Jebamalaidass TBD
Registration & Records TBD TBD
Risk Management Karen Cornelius Sue Bodin
Student Development TBD TBD
Health Sciences Campus  Ron Price TBD
Library Hong Ma Gino Angelini
Ex-Officio Jim Sibenaller None

Charter

The Information Security Council will provide guidance and oversight of the Information Security program with an emphasis on risk assessment, risk prioritization, strategy and policy issues.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Information Security Advisory Council is to assist management in securing University information assets, regardless of format, by providing guidance and oversight in the creation of an information security and risk management program. This includes directing security strategy, deciding on project priorities, recommending security policies and procedures, and ensuring compliance to applicable laws, regulations and contractual requirements, as well as monitoring the effectiveness of the information security program, and serving as an advocate of the information security program.

About the ISAC

The ISAC (formerly known as the Personal Information Risk Group) was created as a subcommittee to the IT Executive Steering Committee in 2006. The ISAC meets approximately quarterly. Guests are invited depending on the topics covered in the meeting. For historical information or for more information about the meetings, agendas and outcomes, please contact the Chair of the Information Security Advisory Council.