Indiana University



Matt Hottell

Matt Hottell


Matt’s interests range from network and system security, child-computer interaction and the educational impact of computer technology, to knowledge discovery in databases and data-mining. He also teaches the Informatics I494-: Designing and Developing an Information System full year-long capstone sequence course and administers all internships for both Informatics and Computer Science. Matt received two separate bachelor degrees from IU in Political Science and Computer Science and his MS in Human Computer Interaction in 2003.

Matt is very active in the Bloomington community. He was a founding member and first full-term President of the School of Informatics Alumni Association Board of Directors,and serves on two other IU Alumni Association Boards. Matt is a steering committee member for the Young Professionals of Bloomington.

In his spare time, Matt likes to travel the world taking pictures. He is also a trained SCUBA science diver, rescue diver, and divemaster.You can often find him playing basketball at the HPER.

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Una Winterman

Assistant Director

 Una came to her position from IU’s Service-Learning Program, where she worked with Advocates for Community Engagement (ACEs), undergraduate students working in nonprofit agencies to facilitate service-learning experiences for fellow Indiana University students. In this position, she appreciated the opportunity to witness the powerful impact of a nonprofit’s mission on the population served, as she worked with the team to find ways for students to learn in these environments. She was the founder of Local First Bloomington, a nonprofit supporting local, independent businesses in Bloomington, IN. In this position, she discovered how important technology is to a new nonprofit, when she found that the creation and maintenance of a website would be the first work she needed to do, followed quickly by learning technology needed to track workflows, stakeholders, and share information. This work afforded her an excellent understanding of the educational and developmental opportunities in and around nonprofits, while also understanding the pitfalls and careful attention that must be paid when bringing students in to work for an agency.Una is pursuing a Masters of Education in Learning Sciences, focusing specifically on sociocultural and collaborative, active learning. This avenue of education combined with her history in nonprofit work and service-learning create a solid background for the work she is doing now for ServeIT.


Gonzalo A. Corral

Graduate Supervisor

My name is Gonzalo A. Corral, I was born in Durango, Mexico and raised in San Antonio, Texas. In 2013, I graduated from Texas Lutheran University with a BBA in International Business and BA in Spanish Studies.  After graduation, I served two years through AmeriCorps, those experiences solidified my decision to attend a master’s program which would provide the necessary skills as a future servant leader. I am currently in my 1st year in the Master of Public Affairs program at the School of Environmental and Public Affairs (SPEA).  

I have the great fortune of working at ServeIT through the Service Corps program at SPEA. My concentrations of Nonprofit Management and Information Systems will provide me with the necessary tools to practice the theory learned in class. I am very excited for this opportunity, for the coming year, and everything that we will be able to accomplish for the Bloomington community.


Renae Peden

Graduate Supervisor

Renae is pursuing a Masters of Public Affairs with concentrations in Policy Analysis and Information Systems from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Renae brings a broad range of nonprofit experience to the Serve IT Clinic, helping Clinic interns consider the impact of their projects on day-to-day nonprofit operations. Specifically, she has experience with fundraising and development, grant writing, donor management, and CRM transition and management.

Most recently, Renae interned in Washington, DC at the New America Foundation (NAF) for Opportunity@Work, a civic enterprise whose mission is to re-wire the U.S. labor market and enable more Americans to achieve upward mobility in the job market. Specifically, Renae‘s research and strategy efforts supported campaigns focused on eliminating barriers to technical training, IT education, and coding bootcamps for low-income, female, and minority populations- groups that are typically underrepresented in technology fields.

She is continuing her Indiana University education after graduating from IU in 2015 with a Political Science degree and Business Minor. In addition to her nonprofit experience, Renae is also passionate about issues surrounding gender equity and promoting female leadership. She is excited to use her background and these interests to further the successes of the Serve IT Clinic for the 2015-2016 year.

Shelby Stephens

Graduate Supervisor

Hi! I am Shelby Stephens and a first year graduate student in the Human Computer Interaction Design program. This is my 7th semester with the Serve IT clinic as I take on my 2nd semester as a graduate assistant to various teams. I am looking forward to another semester of serving the Bloomington and Monroe County area.