Bob manages a number of LLC IT areas, and spends a fair amount of time working on streaming media publishing and media production.
Bob has a B.A. from The Evergreen State College primarily in Electronic Media Communications, and has completed a great deal of coursework working toward his M.Ed. in Educational Technology at the University of Washington.
Natassia Stelmaszek is the Systems Administrator for the LLC and is in charge of several Windows and Linux servers which provide Moodle LMS services, streaming content and live TV streaming for students in five foreign languages. She also provides desktop support for faculty and staff who are using an assortment of Apple and PC desktop and laptop computers as well as networked printers, scanners and other electronic equipment.
She is also a Capricorn who enjoys long walks on the beach and quiet evenings in front of the fireplace.
Cecile is a member of the LLC Desktop Support team that provides computer technical assistance to faculty and staff in the language departments. She has worked with faculty, staff, and students in the Division of Spanish & Portuguese Studies and the Division of French & Italian Studies for fifteen years. Cecile has a B.A. in French, Drama and Comparative Literature from Cedar Crest College in Pennsylvania.
Russell joined the LLC as an ASE in 2008 and continued in that position until just before he completed his doctorate in Linguistics from UW in 2016, at which point he joined the LLC in a full time professional staff capacity. He has almost a decade of experience at the LLC, including serving as an Academic Student Employee Supervisor, and before that working as an ASE for many years. Previous work before the LLC focused on video, graphics, web and publishing software (e.g., Adobe CC, HTML, CSS, PHP. JS). His academic interests are focused on Indigenous language vitalization, Computer Assisted Language Learning, and language attitudes in relation to language policy. Languages: English, Korean and Latin.
Sherri started working at the Language Learning Center in 1995 and is responsible for everything from answering the phones to balancing the budgets. She enjoys the variety of responsibilities that her job provides her and most important, she enjoys the people she comes in contact with on a daily basis. She feels privileged to work in UW's beautiful environment and always enjoys her excursions across the campus grounds.
Marlin Eller was a programmer who was a manager and a software developer at Microsoft Corporation from 1982-1995, and he was development lead for GDI (subsystem of Windows 1.0) and also for Pen Windows. He was also a co-founder and the CEO of Sunhawk Digital Music LLC. He was also the chairman of the game development company called Reflexive Entertainment.
He received his Bachelor of Art in Mathematics from Whitman College in 1974. He then went on for his Master of Science in Mathematics from the University of Washington.