Meet Our Team
Institutional Research & Effectiveness
Business Intelligence Developer
As Business Intelligence Developer, Angel Camilo works collaboratively to design, develop, and implement Business Intelligence strategies, tools, and software across the institution. He is also responsible for supporting the effective use of data analytics strategies across the organization to facilitate data informed decision-making.
Camilo joined PBSC in November 2001 and has worked within the Financial Aid department as Financial Aid Advisor, VA Certification Officer, Interim Financial Aid Manager and Campus Registrar.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and an MBA degree in Business Intelligence Analytics from Nova Southeastern University.
Project Reports Coordinator
State Reporting, IPEDS Survey & IPEDS Keyholder
As Project Reports Coordinator, Linda Madera is responsible for creation, management and certification of the College Databases to the State of Florida Department of Education and the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). She is also responsible for FTE reporting as well as various other state and federal reports.
Linda joined PBSC in November 2009 as the Foundation department’s Research Coordinator. Following that, she was promoted to Business Analyst in the IT department. She is a graduate of Palm Beach State College, has a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies: Social Sciences, a minor in Sociology and a certificate in Ethnic Studies from Florida Atlantic University. Linda also holds a MS in Information Technology-Cybersecurity from Florida Institute of Technology.
Associate Administrative Assistant
Ayleen Martinez is the associate assistant administrator to David Weber, Dr. Holly Bennett and the Institutional Research and Effectiveness (IRE) team.
She worked as a Business Education professor, Faculty Trainer and as an Instructional Designer for more than 25 years. In addition, Ayleen holds three certifications including Microsoft Office User Specialist, Educational Television and Distance Learning (online course). Since 2016, she worked at PBSC as an Adjunct Instructor of the Microsoft Office and Parenting Education courses for the Department of Corporate and Continuing Education in both languages (English and Spanish). Ayleen worked as Administrative Assistant II for the same department.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Secretarial Sciences from the Central University of Bayamon, PR, a MA degree in Business Education from Interamerican University, Cupey, PR, a second Master Degree in Theology and Pastoral Studies from Hossana Biblical Institute, Alabama, USA, and a Doctorate of Theology in Pastoral Ministry from Ark Theology University.
Research & Analytics Director
Jeff Nowak joined Palm Beach State in 1996 as a research associate, following several years in the marketing research industry.
Today, he is responsible for managing many of IRE’s college-wide research projects, including the Community College Survey of Student Engagement and the Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Great Colleges to Work for,” as well as coordinating and maintaining the Student Assessment of Courses and Faculty, tracking of strategic planning and performance funding outcomes, and working with faculty and staff at all levels on their data and research needs.
Research Analyst, Sr
Joan Roberts has been at Palm Beach State College since 2010 and worked on two of the College’s health science grants as an advisor and then data analyst before joining IRE. She currently provides broad support for the department including work on research, data, assessment, strategic planning and accreditation. Her experience prior to PBSC includes various positions with government, health and insurance organizations in New York and Pennsylvania. She has a BS in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Duke University.
Quality Improvement Coordinator
Prior to joining Palm Beach State College in 2021, Carlos worked in healthcare management with a focus on organizational alignment, strategy execution as well as continuous quality and productivity improvement within organizations that service medically underserved areas and populations.
In his new role, Carlos will be responsible for implementing processes and training that align academic programs and service review efforts with the College, academic programs and course learning outcomes. Tracks and analyzes review data to find trends and recommend ways to improve quality of services and increase completion and retention of Hispanic and low-income students.
He holds an A.A. from Palm Beach State College and a B.S. and MHA from Florida Atlantic University.
Dave Weber serves as the Executive Director for the Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness. Specific responsibilities include Strategic and Integrated Planning, the Institutional Review Board (IRB), and oversight of all activities of the office.
Besides planning, he has expertise in continuous improvement having served as Chief Judge and examiner for the Performance Excellence Award in Minnesota and senior evaluator for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Weber served as Executive Director for Planning and Effectiveness at Lake Sumter State College in Clermont/Leesburg, Florida and as Chief of Strategic Operation and Student Affairs at Rochester Community can Technical College in Minnesota.