Donna Ogle is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science and joined Rockford University in the fall semester of 2018. She has over 25 years of experience teaching both graduate and undergraduate classes. She has also done corporate training both onsite and in the classroom. She began her career as a programmer, systems designer, and manager in large computer systems development. She worked for Ernst and Young where she consulted with several Fortune 500 companies.
Ms. Ogle teaches both in the MIS and Web computer degree programs. Classes she taught at other colleges include Computer Science for Engineers, Knowledge Management, Office Suite Software Integration, Programming Logic & Technique, Computer Software for the Office, Business Information Systems, Comprehensive Excel Spreadsheet (Including Visual Basic), Comprehensive Access Database, Introduction to Programming, Integrating Web Technologies in Business, Web Development with HTML, Game Programming and Technologies, Management Information Systems, and Data Storage and Retrieval.
Ms. Ogle’s areas of research include Big Data, Social Media Analytics, and Social Network Analysis. She is currently finishing her dissertation on a Social Network Analysis of Organization Development on Social Media.
She has presented at and reviewed for several conferences including, most recently, in Lyon, France. Presentation topics include Technology and Organization Development, Big Data, and Technological Job Loss.
Professional Memberships and Community Service
Ms. Ogle is a member of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), IEEE – TEMS (Technology and Engineering Management Society), the American Academy of Management, International Society for Organization Development and Change (ISODC), the Midwest Academy of Management, and the OD Network.