Features September 2018

Aleta Jeffress – Aurora, Colorado

It’s among the most desirable cities anywhere, mile-high Aurora, Colorado, at least for the financially secure and gainfully employed. But the long winters can make it very inhospitable for the homeless. And that’s when the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development requires a Point-in-Time tally of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons. The count must […]

Barbara Nesbitt – School District of Pickens County

It’s the last week in July, and at Pickens Elementary in Pickens, South Carolina, dozens of students are filing off the bus and into the modest brick school. Over the next four hours, instructors will conduct a series of reading lessons via newly issued iPads. Once the day’s learning is done, the buses will return […]

BJ Vander Linden – Larry H. Miller Sports & Entertainment

As LeBron James hits his fourth consecutive three-pointer, bringing the Los Angeles Lakers to within a bucket of your beloved Utah Jazz, your hands heave in disbelief. Within seconds, the right side of the screen flashes a fascinating stat: It’s the first time in three years that James has hit four straight treys. After the […]

Bob Hughes—New York Racing Association

Having completed the exceedingly rare Triple Crown on June 9 at Belmont Park, Justify didn’t make it to the Saratoga Race Course for the start of its 40-day summer season the following month. Seems the prize thoroughbred’s right front leg was swollen and his owners didn’t want to put him at further risk. Besides, Justify […]

Chris Hartley – Dunhill Homes

It’s odd, muses Chris Hartley, how the housing industry seems a stride or more behind the rest of the business world when it comes to harnessing technology. A home, after all, is most everyone’s biggest investment. Smart would be the homebuilder who uses info-tech to attract and service buyers, especially those of a new generation. […]

David Bessen – Arapahoe County

For years, residents of Colorado’s Arapahoe County who were eligible for subsidies, including food stamps and shelter assistance, would have to wait a week or more before their benefit application was processed. During the Great Recession, in particular, when need spiked and the old systems were taxed, those lag times could prove the difference between […]

Dennis Frye – Alamance-Burlington School System

In most school districts, in order for any new technology plan to achieve true success, the student experience—what they learn in the classroom and how they’re taught to engage with the world beyond—must be paramount. At its core, the initiative being undertaken at North Carolina’s Alamance-Burlington School System (ABSS) is really no different. The approach, […]

Elvis Cernjul – Perfectly Posh

He may be chief information officer, but Elvis Cernjul knows the real reason the Perfectly Posh personal-care products company brought him aboard in 2016. “It’s all about customer service,” the personable and to-the-point Cernjul tells Toggle in August from the company’s base in Salt Lake City, Utah. “It’s the differentiator in today’s market world. You’ve […]

Joe Amato – Hernando County School District

In Florida, end-of-year grades can be just as nerve-wracking for schools as they are for the students. Each spring, districts throughout the state are given an accountability report, complete with letter grades for every school. Available to the public, these reports can make or break a system’s reputation—and future funding. So when Joe Amato arrived […]

Ken Brown – Frontline Education

EBay, Equifax, JPMorgan Chase: all have suffered massive data breaches, resulting in millions of stolen records—and identities. Among such giants, health care and finance companies have become particularly vulnerable, with data and dollars being compromised by evermore sophisticated hackers. For the typical school district technology leaders, such ills might feel a world away. After all, […]

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