Kim Anthony Iannone
In Moscow until 23 May, thereafter in Yalta
Touro University, Moscow
Starting at IBM-Los Angeles in 1977, I worked as a programmer, network administrator, and project manager. Since 1975 I have taught courses in English, computing, business, economics, and politics at two dozen colleges and university in six countries. I speak basic Russian and Spanish.
2011 M.S., Information Technology, California State University.
1983-1986 Ph.D. studies (ABD, no degree), Public Policy, University of Delaware.
1983 M.S., Urban Affairs and Policy Analysis, Southern Illinois University.
1979 B.A., Psychology, University of California.
2014 Русский язык повседнелного общения. Уровень элементарного общения (А1), №1757.
2011 Certified Sarbanes-Oxley Expert, #14703.
2008 Certified Information Systems Auditor, #0864740. Lapsed.
2005 Certified Information Systems Security Professional,#86917. Lapsed.
2005 Certified Internet Webmaster Security Professional, Linux+, Network+, Security+.
2014-Present Professor, Touro University Worldwide, Los Alamitos, California. I teach online CUL230 Culture and Society, MCP618 Storytelling. I developed and will teach MGS335 New Ventures and E-Business.
1995-Present Visiting Professor, Touro University, Moscow. Each year I travel to Moscow to teach two three-week courses, MCO148 Advanced Computer Applications, and MBA602 Information Technology for Effective Management.
2010-14 Instructor and Academic Advisor, New York Film Academy, Universal Studios campus, Los Angeles. I developed and taught Economics, International Politics, and Introduction to Computing in the BFA Filmmaking and BFA Acting programs. Assessed and advised incoming students especially from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan.
2002–2012 Instructor, formerly Program Chair, Information Technology, ITT Technical Institute, Oxnard, California. I started the BS in Information Systems Security program, based on the curriculum of the National Security Agency. I also taught in the Computer Network Systems and Technical Project Management degree programs. Online, I taught Group Dynamics, Research Methods, and Strategies for the Technical Professional.
2001 - 2002 Senior Program Development Director for Business, Industry, and International Programs, California State University at Northridge. I developed programs in the area of technology education and training. I was responsible for managing and extending a program of 70 courses, 5 series, and 7 certificates. I managed instructors. I marketed technology programs to Boeing, Canoga-Perkins, Countrywide Loans, Healthnet, Litton Industries, Lockheed, Los Angeles County, Northrop, and other leading organizations.
1999-2001 Chairman, E-Business Department, American InterContinental University, Marina del Rey, California. I oversaw curricula in the Bachelors and Masters degree programs, and managed 14 faculty. I taught Introduction to Computing, Project Management, Windows NT Server, and Oracle Databases.
1998 Director of Information Systems, The Milken Institute for Job and Capital Formation, Santa Monica, California. I directed 7 network engineers and 4 programmers supporting an elite group of economists. Systems included SunOS, Solaris, Windows NT, Oracle, C++ and PERL applications.
1998-1999 Instructor, Computer Learning Center, Los Angeles, California. I taught Client/Server Concepts, Systems Analysis and Design, Introduction to Novell Networks, Introduction to Windows NT Networks.
1996-1997 Head, Computer Department, Touro University, Moscow, Russia. I managed 2 engineers, taught computer courses. Systems were mixed FreeBSD/OS2/LAN Manager/Windows NT.
1995-1996 Senior Project Manager, Windamere Consulting Group, Moscow, Russia. I managed information systems solutions. Clients included Caterpillar, Credit Suisse, Deloitte and Touche, Ernst and Young, Hines, the International Monetary Fund, and others. Primarily Novell and Windows NT systems. I was the technical support manager for a 300-user network at Coopers and Lybrand, later expanded to two WAN-connected offices.
1993-1994 Computer Training Coordinator, Computer Center, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain. I developed and taught 14 courses for deans of colleges, heads of departments, faculty, and staff. Also I was the Founding Editor, Information Technology, the Bulletin of the UAE University Computing Center.
1992-1993 Instructor, Fashion Institute of Design, Los Angeles. I taught courses in computer business applications.
1990-1991 Senior Programmer/Analyst, Chase Manhattan Bank, St. Thomas, USVI. I worked on daily deposits, mortgage systems from CA and Florida Software, using JCL and COBOL in a DOS/VSE environment running over VMS on an IBM 390. I wrote a program on a PC in MicroCOBOL and C to reproduce a failed mainframe production run.
1988-1990 Systems Programmer and Network Administrator, Banco do Estado de Sao Paolo, Miami. Sole computer professional in a 35-user office. Managed a Novell 3.12 network. Network-enabled standalone dBase applications using Clipper.
1986-1988 Staff Technical Consultant and Associate Commercial Appraiser, Robert E. Hickman Inc. Mr. Hickman was Vice President of the American Real Estate Counselors Association. I set up a Novell 2.15E local area network, developed system to “scrape” real estate market data from a dial-up bulletin board as the source for custom-programmed statistical analyses (regression analysis, path analysis, etc.) in SPSS. I assisted in the appraisal of the Bank of Delaware Building, Mercantile Bank Building, Penn Railroad, and other major properties.
1983-1986 Researcher, Department of Community Development, New Castle County, Delaware. I set up the first microcomputer in the Department for use on rental market reports for the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development. Coded the survey application in dBase II, dBase III, and dBase III+.
1982-1983 Research Assistant, Department of Urban Affairs, Southern Illinois University. As a research assistant in demographics, I programmed one of the first decision support systems (DSS) in EXPRESS on Burroughs 7700 mainframe to analyze aspects of the 1980 U.S. Census.
1979-1981 Volunteer, Agriculture, U.S. Peace Corps, Liberia, West Africa. I lived through the coup d’etat of April 12, 1980. I was the only agriculture volunteer in my group to finish the two years of service.
1977-1978 Volunteer, Foundation for Latin American Anthropological Research, Guatemala City, Guatemala. As Assistant to Professor Richard Wheeler of the University of Cincinnati, I traveled on a national tour of Maya sites funded by a U.S. National Science Foundation grant.
1976 Supervisor of Technical Proofreaders, IBM, Los Angeles. After two weeks on the job as an entry-level proofreader, I was promoted to supervisor. The work involved documentation of IBM’s anti-trust case defense.
1975 English Teacher, Centro Americano de Idiomas, Bogota, Colombia. I taught adults and workers of the Hotel Tequendama.
1975 Technical Proofreader, Western Technical Publications, Los Angeles. I proof-read U.S. Air Force documents, San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant safety guidelines, others.
ADDITIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2012-2015 Adjunct Professor, Everest College Online. I taught Computer Office Applications, Network Management.
2010 Instructor, Security+ Boot Camp, U.S. Navy, Oxnard, California. As a sub-contractor for MilliMicro Corporation, during four days I trained a group of information security officers from Point Mugu and China Lake Naval Air Stations in California to pass the CompTIA Security+ certification exam.
2007 Instructor, “The Contemporary Firm”, MBA program, California State University, Channel Islands. This course concerned the role of information technology in business to create value and improve processes and productivity.
2002 Instructor, “Information Systems Project Management”, California State University, Northridge. This course was taught to a group from network device firm Canoga Perkins.
2000-2002 Instructor, “Management Information Systems for Planning and Control”, “PC Local Area Networks”, University of California, Los Angeles.
2000 Visiting Professor, “Management Information Systems”, “Production Planning”, MBA courses, Beijing University.
1995-1997 Adjunct Professor, American Institute of Business and Economics, Moscow. I taught Information Systems for Managers in the MBA program.