Walter H. Criner, Sr.
President & CEO of CRINER-DANIELS & ASSOCIATES,
INC., providing leadership to the Corporate office
and the Executive Committee since 1985. Project Consultant
for Region IV Education Service Center providing support and
advice for this State Agency's activities. Regional
Sales Manager for Sperry Corporation. Regional Marketing
Manager for Control Data Corporation's Seminar Division, Southwest
Region. Author of the NASA Sky-Lab Mass Data Storage
Facility (MDSF) operation manual. Served as the National
Science Foundation's (NSF) Proposal Reviewer and Industry
Expert Advisor, for the use of computers in an educational
environment. Created the proposal that established the
Department of Computer Science at Texas Southern University.
Evaluated Florida A&M University's Computer Science curriculum
and department for funding from NSF. Mr. Criner started
in the computer industry in 1960, with degrees in Education
(BS), Business (MBA) and Computer Science (MA). B.S.,
Education, Texas Southern University. Memberships include
National Board Member and Treasurer of National Association
of Private Industry Councils, Texas Southern University Chairman
of Board of Regents, Treasurer of National Association of
Minority Trusteeship in Higher Education, Catholic Charities
Board Member, Sam Houston Area Council Boy Scouts Board Member,
Executive Committee Member, and Chairman of Long Range Strategic
Plan Steering Committee, 33° Mason, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,
Inc., Houston Independent School District Technical School
Advisory Board Member, and ECMI-Educational Computing in Minority
Oscar H. Criner, Ph.D.
CRINER-DANIEL'S Research and Development
Team Leader. Designer of custom software and custom
training. Dean of the College of Science and Technology
at Texas Southern University. Responsible for the planning,
budgeting, operations, and management of the College.
Head of the Department of Information and Computing Sciences
at Texas Southern University. Primary responsibility
included the definition and development of the curriculum,
student advisement, faculty recruitment, departmental budget,
and management of the department. Consultant for AT&T
Bell Laboratories providing consultant services on software
quality improvement. Served as a reviewer of computers
in educational programs for National Science Foundation (NSF).
Dr. Criner started in the computer industry in 1958.
Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, University of California, B.S.,
Mathematics/Physics, Howard University. Memberships
include PI MU Epsilon - the Mathematics Honor Society, Sigma
XI - The Scientific Research Society, The Association for
computing Machinery, The Institute for Electrical and Electronic
Engineers Computer Society, The Mathematical Association of
America, and PHI MU ALPHA Sinfonia - Professional Musicians
Rosita's career has been focused in the technology field
where she has worked as a Systems Analyst, Network Administrator
and Project Manager. As a Systems Analyst with Xerox, she
supported the sales team, providing in depth knowledge and
technical information of Xerox equipment and software solutions.
As a Network Administrator for St. Louis County Health Department,
she managed a 400 node Novell WAN, mainframe terminals, printers
and Health Information Applications. She has a Bachelor's
Degree in Information Systems from Washington University.
W. Nick Little
Lead Project Manager for Region IV Education Service
Center. Prioritize programming assignments as it relates
to produce delivery for all 56 school districts.
Coordinate software and network installations. Coordinate
release of software fixes, review installation procedures
and schedule release dates. Project Team Member for
Houston Independent School District Total Evaluation/Recommendations.
Project Manager for Hitachi Data Systems providing
conversion support for customers. Programmer Analyst
for Department of Information Resources. Programmer
for Texas State Comptroller of Public Accounts. Mr.
Little started in the computer industry in 1968. B.S.,
Business Administration & Computer Science, University