Online Learning Coordinators and Administrative Staff

For inquiries about CCV online courses, contact the Center for Online Learning by emailing or calling 802-334-4451.

Coordinators of online courses are responsible for advising students in specific curricular areas. For subject-specific questions, please contact the appropriate coordinator listed below via email or phone.

Jennifer Alberico: Liberal Arts 802-254-6366
Samantha Boymer: Administrative Management, 802-654-0525
Phil Crossman: Computer Systems Management, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Undeclared, Childcare Certificate, 802-828-0621
Gretchen DeHart: Liberal Studies, Global Studies, 802-527-5512
Jenney Izzo: Multimedia Communications, 802-388-5370
Ryan Joy: STEM Studies, Health Information Specialist Certificate, Medical Billing and Coding Certificate, Substance Abuse Certificate
Chris Mason: Accounting, Business, Workplace Skills Certificate 802-654-0527
Ted Pappadopoulos: Network Administration, 802-828-0467
Martha Rainville: Medical Assisting, Allied Health Prep Certificate 802-828-0129
Laura Rubenis: Human Services, 802-786-0013
Eric Sakai: Dean of Academic Technology, 802-828-0133
Anya Schwartz: Environmental Science, 802-388-0299
Jeremy Vaughn: Graphic Design, Visual Arts, Web Design Certificate, 802-828-4063

The Center for Online Learning Administrative Staff can provide general assistance and guidance as well as technical assistance with the Portal and Moodle for both faculty and students.

Sarah Corrow: Assistant Director of Academic Technology, 802-334-4319/4451

If you are experiencing a technical issue you can also receive assistance by submitting a help desk request by clicking the ? in the upper right hand corner of the Portal or Moodle or by navigating to When submitting a help desk request please provide as much information as possible to help the technician assist you in resolving the issue.

For quick reference, you may also refer to the Center for Online Learning staff directory.

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