Jodine Burchell, PhD
Faculty Advisor for Walden Women In Technology (WWIT)
Jodine Burchell is the Faculty Advisor for the bright women of the Walden Women in Technology (WWIT) student interest group. She has her MS in Computer Information Systems and her PhD in Management / Information Systems Management. Dr. B has mentored several doctoral students and has taught many courses along the Technology spectrum including MIS, Database Technology and Security. She worked in the IT industry for 20 years. Her expertise is mostly in security and database management.
Sherese Bernard
President of Walden Women In Technology (WWIT)
Sherese Bernard is a mother who is currently working on a Doctorate degree in Information Systems specializing in securing VoIP services in telecommunication organizations. She is the President of Walden Women of Information Technology (WWIT) and the Leader of Member Operations for the women’s affinity group the Heroic Empowerment Resilient (HER) impact network for Altice USA. Sherese holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Information with Human Interactions from Walden University, and a Master of Science in Information Systems, also from Walden University. She has worked with the cable and Telecommunications Company for 20 years. Sherese is a leader and a mentor who encourages others, women, to follow their dreams.
Valamere Mikler
Vice President of Walden Women In Technology (WWIT)
Valamere S. Mikler is a resourceful instructional designer and educator. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Human Services with a specialization in Business Management from Liberty University and currently pursuing a PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with a focus on Organizational Diversity and Social Change from Walden University. With a mission to help find and connect people to resources using the latest technology, Valamere enjoys volunteering to promote social change, justice, equity, and inclusivity. She is an active member of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), American Psychological Association (APA), the President of Walden University’s Multicultural & International Student Club, and Vice President of Walden University’s Women in Technology interest group.
Natalie Disque
Secretary of Walden Women In Technology (WWIT)
Natalie Disque is a laser-focused Project Manager and Adjunct Faculty member at the College of St. Scholastica ( She has been teaching online PM and IT courses at the Masters’ level since 2005. She holds a Bachelors’ degree in Business Administration / Entrepreneurial Management, a Masters’ degree in Computer Science / Information Systems, a PMP certification, and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Management at Walden, specializing in both Leadership in Organizations and Information Systems. She works as an Engagement Manager in the IT Risk department of a large financial institution, ensuring security of signing into the bank system from the external client applications. She volunteers her time at local organizations such as FeedMore and Saint Gabriel’s Church. She resides in Virginia.