Rudolph “Rudy” Moni, brings over 20 years of technology experience and 2 years of peer support experience to the OPEN MINDS team. His areas of expertise include peer support programs and outreach services, client satisfaction analysis, technology systems, hardware and software configuration, and multi-media project development.
Mr. Moni currently serves as a Peer Support Associate for Trinitas Regional Medical Center and has also worked in this position at Jersey Shore University Medical Center. In this role, he is responsible for facilitating support groups and outreach services, developing and monitoring clinical progress notes, and collecting and analyzing patient satisfaction and wellness survey data. He also supports the adult psychiatric inpatient facility, adult partial hospitalization services team, and provides consultation to the information technology department at the hospitals.
Prior to his work as a peer support associate, Mr. Moni served as the Chief Technology Officer for Middlebrooks Shapiro, P.C., a bankruptcy and litigation law firm in Springfield, New Jersey. In this role, he led all technology and network management for the firm including computerization, hardware, operating system configuration, and application implementation. In addition, he was responsible for designing, building, and installing servers, developing technology policies and procedures, and providing troubleshooting support.
Previously, Mr. Moni was a Senior System Support Engineer for Sun Microsystems, Inc. where he served as the on-site lead engineer for Bloomberg Financial News including management of major data centers in New York City’s Downtown Financial District, Mid-Town Manhattan, and in Princeton, NJ. In this role, he installed, upgraded, and repaired servers and disk arrays, operating systems, and extensive account management services.
Before joining Sun Microsystems, Mr. Moni was a Senior System Support Engineer for Compaq Computers. In this role, he provided support in the field completing hardware and software installations and then moved to provide operating system migration services, hardware upgrades, and system integrations.
Mr. Moni worked with the United States Army’s Advanced Displays Team as a System Engineer at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. The major thrust of this Team was in the research and development of flat panel displays for the field. These systems ranged from a single camera to over 15 cameras. Included in these systems was a wide array of signal monitoring and processing equipment.In addition to day to day maintenance and upgrades to these systems, there were two other efforts that were a part of his responsibilities. The first was in the development of 3 – D video systems. The second was in the area of fabricating and characterizing of solid-state phosphor devices. In addition to his professional career, Mr. Moni delivers multimedia based professional services. These include recording and editing both audio and video content.
Mr. Moni received his Bachelor’s degree in Media Arts from New Jersey City University. He has also received certificates in Broadcast Maintenance and Engineering, Solaris 9 Systems Administration, and Consumer Connections Peer Support.