Lucas Lin

Co-President
Lucas is a junior undergraduate in the class of 2018, majoring in Information Technology & Informatics and minoring in Human Resource Management. Upon graduating, he would like to pursue a career in the intersection of business and technology. He has experience in Project Management working on projects out of class (Google Case Competition) and also in school Project Manager Roles. In his free time, he can be found performing piano for the Rutgers Musicians Guild or working at the Rutgers Office of Information Technology Help Desk.

Rohit Tikyani

Co-President
Rohit is currently in the ITI and Master of Information dual-degree program with a data science specialization with minors in Computer Science and Business Administration. In his time at Rutgers, he has been a TA for Object-Oriented Programming and co-authored a publication in Machine Learning. Currently, he is a Geocoder at Rutgers CAIT and works in the Behavioral Informatics Lab. With ITI Council, Rohit wishes to unite ITI students for a richer experience in the ITI program. In his free time, he likes to program and play basketball. After graduating, Rohit hopes to pursue a career as a data scientist in the finance or technology industry.

Anand Kalola

Marketing Coordinator
Hello, my name is Anand Kalola and I’m a junior majoring in ITI with a minor in Business Administration. I chose this combination since when I graduate I want to work where I can combine both business and IT as either an analyst or a project manager. With an internship with Port Authority as an IT management intern under my belt, I realized how much I enjoyed this combination of technology and business and hope to continue upon graduation. Besides the ITI council, I am also a brother of Alpha Phi Omega (National Service Fraternity).

Chris Steinert

Treasurer
Hi, I am currently a senior studying Computer Engineering here at Rutgers University. I have been experimenting with computer since my early teens and I plan on making a career out of it. After graduating I plan on pursuing a career in Software Engineering. I also plan on traveling to Europe within the next ten years after establishing my career.

Amarleen Kaur

Secretary
Hi, I am majoring in Information Technology and Informatics and pursuing a minor in DCIM and Economics. I also work at the College Ave computer labs, volunteer with Scarlet Listeners, and dance. I became interested in technology because I realized how broad technology is as a field. Technology is also rapidly changing and developing, which means there is always something to new to learn. After graduating, I hope my career encompasses business and technology.

Jason Ma

Programming Tutor
My name is Jason Ma. I am from Marlboro, NJ. I am a junior double majoring in ITI and Criminal Justice. One thing about me is that I like to help people. As an academic director (tutor), I enjoy helping people with coding and that happens to be one of my favorite aspects in ITI. Some other interesting things about me is that I hold a 2nd degree black belt in karate, I like to follow and play basketball, football and MMA, and I love watching movies.

Navya Ravi

Event Coordinator
I am currently a Junior here at Rutgers. I am double majoring in ITI and Philosophy. I have a strong interest in marketing and event planning. With my ITI degree I plan to work helping businesses with their tech initiatives. I am extremely passionate about volunteerism and I hope to be able to use Information Technology and apply my ITI knowledge in order to help with volunteer efforts!

Roman Abad

Event Coordinator
My name is Roman Abad, I am currently a double major in ITI/ Psychology here at Rutgers New Brunswick. As a naturally tech savvy person, I’ve been interested in computers since I was pretty young. Being in the ITI program puts me in a unique and wonderful position to turn something that’s always been a hobby into a rewarding career. Career-wise I’m aspiring to be a Human Computer Interaction Project Manager with an interest in high level programming and software development. On my free time, I meet with IT or computer science students and conduct side projects regarding programming or prototyping. I also volunteer with the Habitat of Humanity organization and at the local soup kitchen. I hope that I can help contribute to this field one day but for now there is much to learn. Edward Teller once said, “The science of today is the technology of tomorrow.”

Liam Laverty

Web Master and Programming Tutor
Liam is an Information Technology and Informatics major with a minor in Business Administration. He has a love for all things tech and is passionate about improving lives through the use of technology. Liam first began doing this in college through a business he and his friend Ian Wardell started. The two provided affordable phone repair services and other technical support to the Rutgers community. Liam is currently a supervisor at the Rutgers OIT Help Desk providing technical, networking, and operational support to faculty/staff and students as well as a host of extended parties. As a supervisor he trains and mentors fellow consultants and is always happy to go the extra mile to help a consultant or user in tackling the most difficult of issues. He has learned a great deal under the ITI program and looks forward to applying these skills as he nurtures the ITI Council’s website and name. Liam’s tip for students looking to pursue a degree in ITI is to learn as much as you can and to never be afraid to ask questions. 

Also Liam likes to yoyo