Nathan Flood
President and CEO

Nathan Flood is the President and CEO at KINBER. Previously, Nathan served as the Deputy Secretary for Conservation and Technical Services, Department of Conservation and Natural Resource where he directed operations of Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey, Bureau of Recreation and Conservation, and Conservation Landscape Program.

Ben Miller
Director of Engineering and Operations

Ben Miller is KINBER Director of Engineering and Operations and is responsible for the design, monitoring, improvement, and support of network services throughout the state. Ben joined KINBER full time after completing an internship and has served as Network Administrator and a Network Engineer. Ben earned his bachelor’s of science in Information Sciences and Technology with an integration and application option from Pennsylvania State University. He also has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Penn State University.

Alexis LaPointe
Business Process Specialist

Alexis LaPointe is the KINBER Business Process Specialist working remotely and is responsible for delivering an operations environment that achieves the goals of the organization and provides support to all departments. Alexis previously worked at The Clubhouse where she served as the executive assistant for four years. Alexis is a graduate of Ithaca College where she received her M.S. in Occupational Therapy.

Deb Bonawitz
Administrative Assistant

Deb Bonawitz is an Administrative Assistant providing administrative support for KINBER working closely with the business office to assist with daily functions. Prior to KINBER Deb was a Pharmacy Technician at Giant in Harrisburg, PA.

Gwendolyn (Wendy) Huntoon

Gwendolyn (Wendy) Huntoon is a Consultant at KINBER. From 2014-2019 she served as President and CEO of KINBER. Wendy is known for her work to enhance high performance networking infrastructure, technology, and services for the research community. While at KINBER, her work expanded KINBER’s PennREN network, grew the number of connections, expanded service offerings, and enhanced support for research and education.