Professor Bagby is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems Technology, and head of the Center for Cybersecurity at VWCC. “Mr. B” teaches courses in cyber security, programming and databases as well as the project capstone for all AAS students. B has over 20 years of information technology experience in the private and public sectors, most recently specializing in the integration of instructional technology in education. B holds a master’s degree in education and has completed significant graduate work in Cyber Security at Virginia Tech.
Dr. Diane Wolff
Dr. Diane Wolff is a Professor and Program Head for Computer Science and Information Systems Technology at Virginia Western and teaches courses in programming and database topics for both transfer students and those looking for employment after the AAS. Diane has over 30 years of CS/ IT experience, holds a PhD in Analytical Chemistry and a MALS and CAS in Computer Science.
CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, Cisco CCENT, Cisco CCNA
Professor Scott is an Associate Professor of Information Systems Technology at VWCC. His primary course load is comprised of networking classes (Cisco, Windows Server, etc.), but also teaches web design and has taught introductory programming classes. Prior to becoming full-time faculty, Professor Scott worked as a network administrator for a medical billing company for over fifteen years and worked as part-time consultant for over ten years after transitioning to a full-time professor. In addition to his master’s degree, he has taken instructor certification classes for the Cisco Network Academy in CCNA (4 classes), CCNA Security, CCNA Cyber Ops, completed a graduate level cyber security course, and is working towards completing 20 additional graduate hours by the end of the spring 2019 semester.
CISSP, Information Systems Security Architecture Professional
Professor Schadey serves as the Business Mission Area director for U. S. Army Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS). In this role, he is responsible for integrating rand modernizing the U.S. Army’s enterprise resource planning systems, with a focus on enterprise initiatives such as cloud computing and data analytics.
Schadey began his career as an enlisted computer and network specialist in the U. S. Marine Corps, where he served for six years before transitioning to the private sector. In his next role, Schadey joined MITRE Corporation, where he supported the U.S. Army computer emergency response team. He was then selected as a group leader for cybersecurity engineering at U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command. Following that position, Schadey served as Chief Technology Officer for Acquisition Logistics Technology Enterprise Systems and Services. He then returned to the private sector as vice president and chief information security officer at a startup. Schadey resumed his work in civil service at PEO EIS in December of 2017 as the chief of cybersecurity architecture, cybersecurity and privacy, prior to his current role.
Schadey holds a Master of Science in computer science and cybersecurity from Capitol Technology University in Laurel, Md. He is a distinguished graduate of the National Defense University Chief Information Security Officer Program, and he holds Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Information Systems Security Architecture Professional certifications.
Schadey is a recipient of the Superior Civilian Service Award, Secretary of Defense Medal for the Global War on Terrorism, and was twice awarded the Commander’s Award for Civilian Service. He is a member of the Army Acquisition Corps with Level III certifications in both Systems Program Research Development and Engineering (SPRDE) and Information Technology (IT).
Proffessor Sinha is an IT Project Manager at Western Virginia Water Authority and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at VWCC. Ms. Sinha teaches classes in for the IT department. Ms. Sinha has over 15 years IT experience and holds a MS in Information Technology from Virginia Tech and MS in Mathematics from Meerut University, India.
Darryl Agee is currently a program manager for Aramark Uniformed Services – working on a project to implement processes and systems to sell uniforms internationally.
His project management experience began with a seven-year Air Force career as a commissioned officer, working on aircraft simulators and training systems. He then spent five years in Colorado working for the City of Aurora (a suburb of Denver) in city government. He and his family returned to Roanoke in 1998, where he worked for Aramark (Crest Uniforms) and Carilion Clinic in systems analysis, application analysts and project management positions. He was with Carilion for over three years working on the implementation of an electronic medical record (EPIC) project and returned to Advance Auto Parts in 2010, where he worked on implementing technology related to store operational assessment and communications. He has been an IT project manager for Advance Auto Parts, working on projects and technology in Advance’s Supply Chain Systems Development group and at CBIZ as an IT Project Manager.
Darryl hold an MBA from Auburn University at Montgomery, MS in Computer Info Systems from the University of Phoenix, and BA in English from the Virginia Military Institute. He is also a Project Management Professional (PMP) and enjoys teaching the PMP Prep and Project Management ITP courses at Virginia Western Community College.
B.S. Computer Science, Virginia Tech; Master of Information Technology, Virginia Tech.
Adjunct Professor Chris Fury wrote his first computer program on a Commodore 64 in a Virginia KMart. Hooked from that first simple program, he has always been interested in learning more. Chris is well-versed in all types of computing, with knowledge and experience in many different Operating Systems, Databases, Programming Languages, Platforms and APIs. Chris currently works on developing Linux-based Embedded System Controls and Java-based Monitoring for Magnetic Bearing Systems at local company in Salem, VA. Chris has 30+ years of experience in the field and is grateful for the opportunity to share his knowledge and the learning experience with fellow students and colleagues.
CISSP, Certified AWS SysOps Associate
Douglas Anderson is an adjunct faculty member at VWCC, teaching courses in Cyber Security and systems administration. Doug has accumulated almost 20 years of industry IT experience with almost 10 years of cybersecurity experience, and has completed some graduate work in teaching Cyber Security at Radford University.
CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, MCSE, MCSA
Tim Stockton is a Senior Systems Engineer for the Virginia Community College System’s Enterprise Operations Support team. Prior to his current role, Tim was a Systems Engineer for Virginia Western Community College for ten years. Tim has over 20 years of IT experience designing, configuring and maintaining enterprise-level network and server infrastructures. He has been an adjunct instructor at VWCC since 2007.
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