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Apolinar Reynoso

Information Technology Administrator | reynoso@ipinst.org

Apolinar Reynoso joined IPI in 1998. He is responsible for the administration of IPI's local area network (LAN). He provides technical support and help desk assistance, and he addresses technical problems relating to desktop PCs and other computer equipment.

Previously, Apolinar was an information systems manager for the greater New York Volunteers of America, and he was a data administrator for Universal Spanish Communications. A native of the Dominican Republic, he has also worked as a programmer for Banco Universal in that country.

Apolinar earned a bachelor's degree in computer science from O & M University, Dominican Republic. Subsequently, he had computer training at Velez Computer Center in Puerto Rico and IBM in the Dominican Republic. In New York, he has trained at ZD University and New Horizons.



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