Computer Programming & IT Faculty

Gerald Clevenger

Instructor: Network Security & Forensics

Gerald ClevengerGerald ClevengerHe has over 20 years of experience in information security. Mr. Clevenger served as Manager of Cyber Security Technical Operations for the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). He conducted security audits and assessments for the Department of Energy, as well as the Department of Interior. His technical achievements include Enhanced Intrusion Detection and Vulnerability Management.  Mr. Clevenger has published various articles concerning the BSNSF methodology, the NIST Risk Management Framework, and has publications in security awareness training. He holds a CISSP and CRISC professional certification and a Masters degree in Information Security.


Christopher Nicholson

Department Head & Instructor: Computer Programming, Application Development

Chris-Nicholson2Christopher NicholsonChris Nicholson worked at ClientLogic in Oak Ridge as a Technical Support Representative where he managed client database records using the Oracle DBMS and diagnosed and remedied problems in computer networking.


Chris Schrimshaw

Instructor: Computer Core 2

Chris-SchrimshawChris Schrimshaw

Chris Schrimshaw served honorably in the U.S. Air Force for 20 years as the Systems Administrator for the Air Force Officer Accession and Training Schools at Maxwell Air Force Base and administrated UNIX and Microsoft operating systems and applications. He was responsible for C2 network design, configuration, security, maintenance, training and operations.

He was also the chief liaison with software developer Lockheed Martin where he identified and corrected software application deficiencies of the Situation Awareness Assessment for servers. Mr. Schrimshaw brings strong hands-on technical experience into the classroom.


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