Features February 2019

Aaron Burd, CISSP – Excela Health

Beginning last June, patients staying in the intensive care unit (ICU) of Pennsylvania’s Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital were given some spirit-raising news: they could now watch on-demand movies, check their e-mail and view tailored patient education materials through their televisions. Truth be told, Aaron Burd would prefer to talk about the other upgrades. The ones […]

Abhijeet Bhandare – GE Power

This is Olive. Olive is an expert at creating purchase orders for the sourcing department. While you’re here, take a moment to meet Catherine. She reviews documents from hundreds of suppliers for incorrect delivery dates and other discrepancies. Oh, and we can’t forget Amy, who provides real-time chat support to employees across the company. Each […]

Al Gardner – Inspirato

He’s heard stories about the most hard-to-please celebrities storming out of world-class resorts because the flowers on the table or the art on the walls weren’t to their liking. And how much angrier they were if the wet bar lacked the right beverages or the menu was too bland. That’s not to say many of […]

Arturo Cervantes – Navistar

In the uptime department of Navistar’s Mexico City offices, an employee scrolls through the truck repair database and immediately catches a red flag. One of the company’s ProStar trucks has been in a Guadalajara shop for four days—a day longer than expected. Within a few clicks, they’ve uncovered the reason for the delay: a hard-to-find […]

Brandon Prince – Atlanta Independent School District

On a given afternoon, Brandon Prince and his staff might be out on an athletic field in muddy sneakers setting up a digital tracking system for a track and field meet. On another, you might find them up on ladders installing security cameras or testing electronic door locks. This is in addition to tending to […]

Christopher Leonard, DO – Vohra Wound Physicians

As much as any of the vivid stories and stressful clinical situations, Dr. Chris Leonard remembers the countless hours of paperwork. During his years as a resident and working general surgeon, Leonard would routinely flip through files and medical charts, reconciling data and compiling information—any information—that might help him treat his patient’s wound. Often overlooked, […]

Darrell Cheney – Channelview Independent School District

As a kitchen designer, he taught himself to conceptualize spaces based on how the materials would be installed. As a restaurant manager, how to multitask and prioritize. From being a bowling instructor, he learned the importance of communication. So whenever Darrell Cheney finds himself talking to students at Channelview Independent School District’s (CISD) annual Career […]

David Calabrese – Canadian Independent School District

One hundred miles northeast of Amarillo, surrounded by the stark and limitless landscape of the Panhandle, sits the hamlet of Canadian, Texas. With a population shy of 3,000 and a downtown covering four square blocks, you can’t get much further from the big-city bustle of Dallas and Houston (or the big-city tax base). All of […]

Dennis Haynie – Andrews Independent School District

Imagine you’re an archaeologist extracting an artifact that’s been hidden in dirt for millennia. Gently, you brush away the dust. Laboriously, you use precision tools to pry it free, bit by bit. Tenderly you lift it, inspecting it from all angles. But you’re not in the sweltering, dust-choked standard of an archaeological dig site—you’re in […]

Jaime Garcia – Karisma Hotels & Resorts

Going full growth mode in the very competitive hospitality industry, Karisma Hotels & Resorts recognizes the young tourist as the most desired demographic. Satisfy him or her in Cancun and that customer may be inclined to pursue their next R&R at a Karisma lodging elsewhere in the tropics. Maybe even in the Balkans. As the […]

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