Meet Our Staff
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As the Director of Business Intelligence, Lisa focuses on using information systems to enhance student learning, support academic excellence, and build lasting relationships with the community. She is responsible for transforming the work done by the University into insights and knowledge about the organization. Her team strives to make information available to ensure the institution has the necessary data to inform, implement, and further the strategic initiatives and goals.
In addition to being a Pepperdine alumna twice over, Lisa has been serving the university since 2004 in various roles, including six years of expertise in the student administration system as well as experience in finance and human resources systems. She comes to BI with a history of collaboration with a wide range of university partners, a deep understanding of business needs, and heart for improving the lives of Pepperdine faculty, staff and students through streamlined business models.
Senior IT Manager
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Henry has been leading data warehousing initiatives for more than 10 years with the goal of helping provide timely and trustworthy data to decision makers at the University. He is an alumnus of Pepperdine University earning a B.S. in Business Administration. He has served in several roles within Information Technology at Pepperdine over the past 30+ years providing broad experience with university information and business processes. He is responsible for data warehouse architecture and tools such as Extraction, Transformation and Load (ETL), Online Analytical Processing (OLAP Cube), as well as reporting and presentation layer technologies.
Thomas "Tom" Layman
Lead Application Developer
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Tom has been with Pepperdine University for more than 30 years. He has been part of the data warehousing group for the past 4 years. Prior to joining the data warehousing group Tom spent 25+ years within Pepperdine's Information Technology division working extensively with the student and alumni administrative systems. Tom serves as the lead data warehouse developer focusing on data integrity to maintain trust in the reporting solutions provided. He also supports online analytical processing and regulatory reporting needs.
Lead Business Analyst
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Nan brings over 30 years of secondary and higher education experience to her position as Senior Business Analyst. As a former Academic Dean, her extensive familiarity in recruitment, admission, financial aid, and records adds a unique perspective to data-driven decision making in higher education. In her spare time, Dr. Papenhausen admires the logic and serenity of numbers and is fascinated by the reliability and sanctity of statistics.
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An alumnus of Seaver College, Kristopher previously worked at OneStop in the Registrar’s Office upon graduating. More recently, he helped support the operations team for an up-and-coming medical technology startup in Santa Monica, gaining valuable experience working across multiple functional areas. Ultimately, his interest in data science and the leverage that comes with predictive analytics drew him back to Malibu to join the BI team.
Publications and Presentations
Campus Technology Magazine awarded the 2011 Campus Technology Innovators Award to Information Technology (IT) and the Office of Institutional Effectiveness (OIE) for their collaboration in establishing a strategic planning data warehouse to help Pepperdine leaders make more evidence-based decisions in University planning. This award recognizes top-notch university administrators, faculty, and staff that demonstrate the vision and leadership needed to take innovative technology initiatives to new heights on their campuses. Pepperdine was one of 10 recipients chosen out of 393 nominations submitted from higher education institutions around the globe. Timothy Chester, vice provost for academic administration and chief information officer, will be accepting the award on behalf of IT and OIE at the Campus Technology 2011 conference this July held in Boston. In the August issue of the Campus Technology magazine will feature Pepperdine's work.
Western Association of Schools and Colleges Academic Resource Conference 2012, April 2012
Presenters: Lily Pang, Director, Institutional Research; and Dianne Asis, Lead Application Developer, Pepperdine University