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Meet the Team

The CRM Technology Team is here to assist you in all of your CRM needs. We have a very talented team awaiting your message! Let us help you achieve your unit goals! Email us at CRMHelp@pacific.edu.

Paco Pena de Stanley

Paco launched his career in Sacramento where he began his specialization in networking, systems, and customer service where he worked with various organizations including Bank of America, Blue Cross, and Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital. That led to a seven plus year partnership with SBC/Cingular Wireless as an analyst, senior project manager, and the service center team manager. This took him from California to Tennessee, where he worked with SBC’s major call centers including Atlanta George and Dallas Texas. It was in this capacity that he became Certified in Microsoft Administration, managing and maintaining SQL Databases, Windows servers, IIS servers and developing web based applications with ColdFusion. His expanded expertise in systems and services allowed him to join University of California Merced, and for the next eight years at UC Merced, he worked directly with Student Affairs Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar, Student Service Center, Graduate Studies, Student Life, and the Visitor Center for Tours and Guidance. As the newest campus in the UC system, his scope was extended to include working directly with the student information system, Information/Operation Technology, and Student Relation Management. Paco joined UOP in December of 2015, and has already become an integral part of the CRM Technology Team and Pacific family.

Anthony Kingery

Anthony is the Web & CRM Specialist. He has been with University of the Pacific since January 2013. In that time he has worked in multiple departments helping to improve user experience for prospective and current students. He has done a range of computer based tasks from troubleshooting and computer lab upgrades to form creation and web page management to name a few. Anthony studied Computer Science in University of the Pacific's School of Engineering and Computer Science. He decided to stick around after graduating in August 2013.