Mike Cleff
School Director

Mike brings over 25 years of Information Technology expertise and enthusiasm to NLI. He strives to help students of NLI achieve a better quality of life by educating them as well as providing the tools and skills necessary to find viable employment in today’s technology driven work environment. Mike has made NLI a place where students can expect to receive quality education, positive reinforcement and extensive career guidance in a relaxed and professional atmosphere.

Helen Daniels
Front Desk Office Administrator

Helen has been our Office Administrator since 2008. She has extensive customer service experience, and had worked in a Medical Office as a Manager and in an Administrative capacity for 17 years before attending our Microsoft Office Specialist Program. Upon graduation from Network Learning Institute, Mike offered her the front desk position. Helen has since taken on not only front desk administrative duties, but also test proctoring, purchasing, and admissions.

Tammy Dunn
Student Attendance Coordinator/Career Services Instructor

Tammy first came to us as a student in our Microsoft Office Specialist program. In February 2013, shortly after enrollment, she started an Administrative Assistant internship here at NLI. We are proud of the fact that by the time Tammy graduated in August 2013, we had assisted her in obtaining five certifications. She started working for us full time in August 2013. Tammy handles attendance, student billing, career services and other administrative responsibilities.

Denise Mullane
Front Desk Office Administrator

Denise has been with NLI since September 2007 as our evening receptionist and test proctor. She is a retired Federal civilian employee and retired US Army Sergeant Major with thirty-six years of administrative experience. In addition to scheduling ranges and training areas at Fort Dix, she served as an Information Management Officer and coordinated hardware, software and technical support of computers in the offices, range complex, classrooms and digital learning center.

Isaiah Kelley
Career Services Director

Isaiah’s background in Career Services leadership includes working as the Professional Services Group Chairman of the Job Development Committee of Burlington County. He has also worked at Hewlett-Packard Corporation with 28 years of quality expertise in many levels of IT support and management. Isaiah is dedicated to working, leading and assisting our students in living life to their fullest potential.

Mason Cleff
AP/AR Supervisor, Administrative Supervisor

Mason has been an employee of Network Learning Institute since 2010. With a deep passion for the field of IT, he has a background in programming, hardware, networking, and gaming. Mason is also CCENT Certified from Cisco. Continuing to expand his IT background Mason is currently attending school for an associate degree in Computer Science while working at NLI.

Anna Postiloff
Business Administrator

Anna graduated from Pennsylvania State University earning a degree in Mathematics. She taught Math in the area while her children were growing up and then set off on her own. Anna managed her own business for over 20 years. When she was ready for semi-retirement, she chose to join Network Learning Institute. With extensive experience in QuickBooks and Management, Anna takes care of the everyday task of running a business and feels quite at home in a school environment.

Yick Lau
IT Administrator

Yick has been in the Information Technology field for over 10 years and brings a wealth of experience to his position as our IT Administrator. He joined our team here at Network Learning Institute in 2010. Yick works closely with NLI instructors to make technical changes to their classes as required. He also sets up the virtual environment in the classrooms so the students are able to complete their labs. Yick keeps all of our computers, servers, and networks operating.

Ken Lewis Jr.
IT Lab Aide

Ken first started working for Network Learning Institute as in intern in 2012, and was hired full time in January of 2013. He is a graduate of our A+, Net+ and MCTS programs. The education Ken received here provided him with the knowledge and skills to become A+, Net+ and MCP certified. He now supervises our new interns; and as our Information Technology Lab Aide, Ken is responsible for leading our IT students as they complete their hands-on lab training.