Juan has a Master of Library & Information Science from Buffalo University and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Binghamton University. He is a subject librarian at Syracuse University who serves on the Library Discovery Team. As a member, he provides recommendations on security and enhancements for their discovery layer Summon. Before SU he was the Electronic Resources Librarian at SUNY Oswego managing access to e-resources. He has also served as the Systems Administrator for Binghamton University Libraries where he worked on developing EZproxy scripts to combat breaches from SCI-Hub users.
Juan has presented on digital security at Electronic Resources and Libraries conference and Charleston Library conference. He has also written about security in Computers in Libraries, “Protecting Content from Hackers: How One Institution Went from Most Hacked to Zero Breaches”