Navya is currently a Senior double majoring in ITI and Philosophy. As President of the ITI council, Navya combines her creativity, IT skills, and philosophical thinking skills in order to make a positive contribution to the Rutgers Community. She is very focused on hosting exciting and in technology-related events for students of all majors. She believes that especially in today’s technology and data driven world, everyone would benefit from increasing their technology expertise by participating in ITI Council events. In her free time, Navya enjoys reading, running, baking, and spending time with her family and friends. Also, she enjoys networking and would love to discuss technology with you or hear about any ideas you have for the ITI Council. Upon graduating from Rutgers, Navya would love to pursue a career that allows her to develop her corporate experience by helping a company with its strategy, various IT projects, and technology consulting initiatives. She hopes to eventually become an innovative leader in the technology industry by using technology to make the world a better place!
Stephen is in his junior year at Rutgers and is majoring in Information Technology and Informatics and minoring in criminology. He has experience in information systems, project management, and group collaboration. At a young age, he became intrigued with technology. This ultimately led to his interest in cybersecurity. In the summer of 2017, he completed an internship with NJCCIC (New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell). After graduating, he plans to enter the cybersecurity field.
Anand is a senior majoring in ITI with minors in both Political Science and Business Administration. He would like to pursue a career combining both his business and technology backgrounds and work in the financial or healthcare industry. He has experience working for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey as well as Deutsche Bank as an intern. Besides the ITI Council, he is involved on campus as a brother of Alpha Phi Omega, a member of SafeHalo, and a volunteer for Give Where You Live.
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.
Hey! My name is Elliot majoring in Computer Science. I chose my major because my interest lies in data science and I would like pursue that career that allows me to combine this interest with my love for basketball and video games. My goal this year is to create a more interactive dialogue between the ITI Council and the Rutgers IT and CS communities. On that note, feel free to contact me if you feel like talking about IT or just want a friend (the other board members are pretty cool, but I’m the coolest. Promise).
Michael is a rising senior at Rutgers University with a major in Information Technology & Informatics and minoring in Entrepreneurship. He has prior experience working in the Information Technology field with such technologies as Windows operating systems, domain controllers, and secure network implementations. When he graduates, Michael will be entering the Cyber Security field as well as pursuing his master’s degree in Cyber Security.
Head of Marketing
Head of Marketing and President-in-training for the ITIC, Haseeb Irfan is a sophomore at RBS, and runs the ITIC Social Media accounts, and directs the marketing orientation. He combines his passion for technology with his background and experience in business to streamline ITIC processes and create a direction for broadening it services and running successful events while maintaining the core values that have kept the Information Technology Council serving the Rutgers Community for nearly a decade. He believes that technology is the way of the future as it integrates itself into our everyday life, from electric cars to wearable technology and frequently attends all ITIC events. He can be reached through the ITIC Facebook account, or by request. In his spare time, he desperately works to get his 1971 BMW Bavaria working, and goes to Long Branch Beach to surf (and often falls right off).