Kenneth Chan is the Information Technology Officer for San Carlos Apache College, a new and emerging tribal college on the San Carlos Apache Reservation in Arizona. He is tasked with enhancing the College’s IT infrastructure, capacities, and services, including outfitting classrooms and key facilities with high-speed Internet connections and video surveillance. He also employs his expertise in IT, marketing, and photography to take charge of the College’s social media platforms and website.
He most recently served as the Admissions Officer of the San Carlos Training Institute, a vocational school in mining and construction, established in partnership between the San Carlos Apache Tribe and Freeport-McMoRan, a leading international mining company headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. He has also taught photography and Photoshop art classes for Gila Community College / Eastern Arizona College and STEM classes at the high school level.
Prior to relocating his family and photography business to Arizona, Kenneth was the Multimedia Services Manager at Stanford University and worked for the department of Academic Computing for over ten years. Kenneth earned his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Stanford University and is interested in completing graduate studies in the IT field in order to better serve as the lead instructor for the College in the related technology fields.