As the Director of Information Technology, Mr. Good is responsible for overseeing and managing the planning, installation, deployment and support of all technology for the college. Mr. Good’s desire is to provide a secure and reliable technology infrastructure for students, faculty and staff so that all may be successful in their learning, teaching and day to day work.
Mr. Good earned an undergraduate degree in Government and Politics from George Mason University, and completed his Master’s Degree in Business from Boston University. He has over 20 years of experience working in Information Technology to include computer support and repair, programming, database administration, and network cyber security working in both the public and private sector. He enjoys leading bible studies, youth ministry and teaching horseback riding lessons.
Mr. Steiner graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering. He has 25+ years of computer, network, server, and database experience. He is currently responsible for the maintenance and planning for PHC's server farm and databases. He was born again in 1998 and has been on his sanctification process ever since. His most epic hike was 24 miles from Glacier Point to Clouds Rest and back on one full moon lit night.
Mr. Bich has been a senior developer for over 18 years and has been at PHC since 2014. He specializes in both Windows and Web Development along with disciplined skills in data management. He is helping to transform the college with his expertise in both commercial and government projects. He likes software, but loves people.
Mr. Dunlap joined the college in 2006 as a Help Desk technician and became the IT Support Supervisor in 2015. Mr. Dunlap manages and supports the IT Help Desk and the campus Audio/Visual and telecommunication systems. He provides support to end users on a variety of issues by identifying, researching, and resolving technical problems. His free time is spent volunteering at church as a sound technician and as a firefighter in the community.
Mr. Tedrow graduated from George Mason University with a degree in Network Administration and has worked professionally in the IT industry since 2007. Mr. Tedrow works to keep end user desktops and laptops working for faculty, staff and students. Mr. Tedrow spends his free time as a novelist.