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Information Technology Overview

The Information Technology Department maintains the Foundation’s technological systems and guides Cal Wellness as new technologies, software and hardware emerge to carefully adopt those that make sense both financially and effectively, while keeping a vigilant eye on security risks.


 

Anthony Mashkovich,
Director of Information Technology

Anthony Mashkovich is the director of information technology at The California Wellness Foundation, where he manages information systems and technology to support the achievement of the Foundation’s mission and goals. In his role, Mashkovich oversees daily operation and projects related to internal systems, including networks, software applications and telecommunications; manages network administration and security protocols; and maintains a disaster recovery strategy for all software applications and data.

Full Biography

Anthony Mashkovich is the director of information technology at The California Wellness Foundation, where he manages information systems and technology to support the achievement of the Foundation’s mission and goals. In his role, Mashkovich oversees daily operation and projects related to internal systems, including networks, software applications and telecommunications; manages network administration and security protocols; and maintains a disaster recovery strategy for all software applications and data.

Prior to joining Cal Wellness in November 2015, Mashkovich was the regional director for information technology for the southwest region of Gensler, a major architectural firm. He also has experience as the director of information technology for companies in the entertainment, private equity and manufacturing sectors.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from Azusa Pacific University. He is also Six Sigma certified and a Microsoft Certified Professional.

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Sean Frazier,
Systems Engineer

Sean Frazier is systems engineer at The California Wellness Foundation. In this capacity, he is responsible for the installation, maintenance and administration of all of the Foundation’s hardware and network services, and he performs all server rollouts and system configurations. Frazier also assists the director of information systems with procurement decisions related to Cal Wellness’ desktops, servers, laptops, software and technologies.

Full Biography

Sean Frazier is systems engineer at The California Wellness Foundation. In this capacity, he is responsible for the installation, maintenance and administration of all of the Foundation’s hardware and network services, and he performs all server rollouts and system configurations. Frazier also assists the director of information systems with procurement decisions related to Cal Wellness’ desktops, servers, laptops, software and technologies.

Prior to joining the Foundation in May 2006, he was the director of information systems at Stan Tashman & Associates in Santa Monica, where he administered all of the company’s technologies and managed the information systems department.

Frazier was also a project manager at Xytech Systems, where he oversaw large-scale implementations of Xytech Systems’ software for Fortune 500 companies.

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How to Apply to the Advancing Wellness Grants Program

  1. Click on How To Apply.
  2. Review the instructions for completing the online letter of interest.
  3. Click “Start a New LOI” to create an account and complete the LOI. All applicants new to the Cal Wellness Grants Portal must create a password-protected account before completing the LOI.

Mission

The mission of The California Wellness Foundation is to improve the health of the people of California by making grants for health promotion, wellness education and disease prevention.


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