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Meet OIT's Newest Members

Ashley Gayle Mulligan 

Ashley

Ashley Mulligan rejoined the Office of Information Technology full-time on Jan. 6, 2014, as senior application developer and the only female Java developer on campus.

Ashley is a software developer for enterprise systems who focuses on the user experience in various web applications. As a consultant for IDMWORKS in Miami, Fla., Ashley has worked for Nike Inc. in Portland, Ore., Motorola in Chicago, Ill., and Blue Cross Blue Shield in New York. She has also worked for FedEx Corporate Services in Harrison, Ark., Kendall Kreative in Springfield, Mo., and interned at Illustrated Man in St. Louis, Mo.

Ashley is working on a master’s degree in software engineering that she hopes to complete in 2015. Ashley also plans to pursue a doctorate in computer science. She earned her bachelor’s degree in computer information systems and business administration from Missouri State University. This is Ashley’s second tour of duty with OIT. She lives in Morgantown with her 5-year-old son, Cash.

Lisa Bridges 

Lisa

Lisa Bridges joined the Office of Information Technology on Jan. 16 as a web designer on the communications team. She ran her own design and branding company, Lisa Bridges Design, from 2000 to 2013.

Lisa has created a wide array of brand identities, brochures, catalogues, packaging and other printed materials for clients including the WVU School of Art + Design, the Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center, West Virginia Botanic Garden, White Grass Café in Davis, Wigle Whiskey in Pittsburgh and Cole’s Trout in Rhode Island. Lisa also worked as art director for Publications International in Lincolnwood, Ill.

Lisa is a graduate of the WVU School of Journalism. She lives in Morgantown with her husband, Bob, who is curator of the collection at the WVU Art Museum, and their children, Max and Eva.