IT made simple.
SWOCA is a member-owned consortium of school districts and one of the largest Information Technology Centers (ITC) in Ohio. We serve 43 public and community school districts located in seven counties in Southwest Ohio that educate over 140,000 students each day. We also provide services to non-public schools and offer complete IT solutions for local governments.
Our Core Values
Our core values guide our decisions.
Todd YoheyExecutive Director
Todd is responsible for the overall direction and strategic planning of SWOCA. He joined SWOCA in 2021 after spending thirty-three years serving students in public education. He started his career as a high school chemistry teacher before moving into school administration. Todd has served as an elementary principal, as assistant superintendent, and seventeen years as a school superintendent.
Glenda BakerAssociate Director
Glenda is the Associate Director and will also continue to lead the Student Support Services Team (SSS) at SWOCA. Glenda has spent many years supporting school districts and is active at the state level on various committees that support the mission of SWOCA. Glenda provides the administrative team the benefit of her experience and knowledge working with SWOCA customers.
Ed PokoraFinance Director
With over 30 years’ experience as an Ohio school treasurer, Ed joined SWOCA in 2015 and is the Finance Director. He currently holds an Ohio school treasurer license and has been a customer of SWOCA for 30 years. Responsibilities include budgeting, financial reporting, and overseeing all accounting and payroll functions of SWOCA.
Kelley CampbellAssociate Finance Director
Kelley is the Associate Finance Director and Team Leader for the fiscal services department which includes accounting (USAS), payroll (USPS) programs and she also supports other fiscal applications such as eFinancePLUS. Kelley is a member of OASBO, having presented at several regional meetings, and is active at the state level as a part of the State Software Steering Committee. Kelley has 20 years of experience in using and supporting fiscal software.
Kiersten IsaacsExecutive Administrative Assistant
Kiersten is the Executive Administrative Assistant for SWOCA and has been with us since 2019. Kiersten is involved in several areas of the organization including purchasing, invoicing, accounts receivable, and the Erate program.
Kate StouderAdministrative Assistant II/HR Team Lead
Kate joined SWOCA's administrative team in 2021 as the our Administrative Assistant II. Kate's duties include several areas at SWOCA including purchasing, Erate program, support for our network and systems teams, and organizing training and other events held in our facility. Kate brings with her 13 years of experience as a Human Resource Generalist specializing in Employee Relationships and On-boarding. She looks forward to incorporating her HR knowledge in her new role and helping you with any administrative needs that arise.
Sometimes you need to meet with your team or hold staff meetings offsite to limit the interruptions. We may have just the place for you!
We have general meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 75 people with fully functional technology at your disposal.
We also have smaller computer labs that are available for hands-on training for your staff.
These rooms are free to member districts. If you would like to find out more information, click the link below
SWOCA’s governing structure includes an Executive Committee, consisting of 7 members that meets bi-monthly, and is the managerial board comprised of District Superintendents and Fiscal Officers. Each member school district also has representation on the Board of Directors, which is the legislative body of SWOCA that meets once a year.
SWOCA’s business direction is guided by sub-committees for Finance, Planning, and Personnel/Policy.
Executive Committee Meeting Schedule for 2022-23
All meetings are schedule to begin at 12:30 P.M. at the SWOCA offices.
2022: July 28; September 22; November 17
2023: January 19; March 23; May 18