Janine Jacques joined the UNH Manchester faculty in September 2005. She teaches Database Management, Information Security, Systems Analysis and Design, Web Programming. She has 19 years of experience applying technology solutions to business problems. She began her career in 1988 as a Cobol programmer. As the newer technologies of relational databases, client-server architecture and Internet emerged; her career grew from programmer, systems analyst, and project manager to technical director. Her area of expertise has been in Technical Project Management. Over the past ten years, her industry focus has been database marketing. She is currently researching radio frequency identification (RFID) applications in medical facilities. She is also actively researching current industry trends in information security, off shoring and the impact of technology on energy consumption. Janine graduated from Boston University with both a Bachelors of Arts and a Masters in Computer Information Systems. She also received a Masters in Business Administration from Bentley College and is close to completing her Ph.D. at Nova Southeastern University.