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About Us

Corky Gallo (Director of Operations, Information Technology) has been working at Emory University for the past 35 years, with most of that time spent at the law school. He has a background in Information Technology, Classroom Technologies and Video Production. In his current position he works closely with the other university units while simultaneously building and directing the IT department towards a more contemporary and forward-facing structure.

Scott Andrews (Assistant Director, Information Technology) has been working at Emory Law School for 22 years. For the past several years he has managed Classroom Technologies and Events, while working on various computing certifications (A+ and SCCM remote management console). He's currently responsible for the remote management of all Windows machines, as well as other back-end systems, and has recently taken over the management of the desktop support staff.

Terrez Hall (Desktop Consultant, Sr.) has been with the law school for 3 years. He began his tenure by managing the Student Help Desk and more recently moved over to Lead Desktop Support. He earned a B.S. in Computer Science with a minor in Information Technology and has recently been certified in JAMF. He's currently working on renewing his A+ certification and obtaining the Network+ and Cloud+ certifications. In his spare time, he's a cross-platform gamer and anime/manga enthusiast.

Serena Holley (Academic Technology Specialist) is a recent addition to the IT group, though she's worked with us for the past 4 years at the Student Help Desk. In her current role she manages Classroom Technology, Events and the Student Help Desk. She's also cross-trained as backup on our desktop support team. She graduated from Emory with a B.A. in Political Science in 2019.

Daniel Rivera Garcia (Desktop Support Specialist) has been working for the School of Law supporting the Desktop Team for the last year. Currently, he manages the daily operations of the Welcome Center while remaining a key part of the IT Department. He is trained in hardware and software troubleshooting, and is certified in both Microsoft Excel and FireEye Network Packet Analysis. Presently, he is pursuing a degree in Business Administration with a minor in Cyber Security. Daniel's biggest strengthens are his eagerness and grit to provide solutions for technology issues wherever they might arise, be it with faculty, staff, or students.