Associate Professor, and Department Chair
Jaci Lee Lederman, PMP is the Chair of the Information Technology Department. Jaci brings her twenty years of experience working in the Information Technology industry, into the classroom. Her work experience spans from software development, to executive I.T. Management. Throughout her career, Jaci has worked on numerous projects that help organizations streamline operations by leveraging well defined business processes and technology. Whether it be programming an efficient loop in a program, or a BCDR plan, Jaci helps students understand the importance of successful technology integration into any organization. Jaci has an Associate’s Degree in Computer Programming, a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, and a MBA with a concentration in Information Technology Management. In 2017, the University President presented Jaci with a University Peer Recognition award. Nominated by her IT Department, Jaci was recognized for her commitment to student success and her willingness to joyfully help others at Vincennes University. Jaci believes in continual improvement and self-development. Most recently, she earned the EC-Council EDRP certification and has contributed to publications on IOT, Cyber Security, and STEM Learning Through Video Games. Committed to serving others, Jaci is an active United Way Day of Caring volunteer, is on the Board of Directors for Helping His Hands Disaster Response, and faculty sponsor of The IT Lead Club. Jaci enjoys helping connect non-profits with student volunteers to solve problems using technology.
When I'm Not Teaching
Jaci wrote her first program on an Apple Macintosh in 1989 and has loved technology ever since. She is a self-proclaimed geek at heart. When not teaching, she is learning about new technology through reading, research, and doing. She volunteers at her church and enjoys being with her family. Oher areas of interest are politics, current events, movies, and fitness.