Features June 2019

Micha Villarreal – Ysleta Independent School District

Est. reading time: 4 mins

In one of Thomas Manor Elementary School’s popular common areas, where comfy couches and chairs sit alongside traditional tables, a student runs through a battery of math and science exercises on her Chromebook. Just down the street, at Riverside High School, three sophomores huddle together in social studies class, devices in hand. They’re drafting a […]

Karel Cuevas – Ventura Entertainment

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Taken together, the 14 properties owned and operated by Ventura Entertainment—one of Latin America’s biggest and most popular amusement park and attraction operators—represent a wild technology landscape. Everything from amusement parks and aquariums to extreme sports venues and, by 2020, golf courses as well. Who better to tame it than an IT veteran with a […]

Rudy Tan – TripMasters

Est. reading time: 4 mins

“If it’s Tuesday, this must be Belgium.” So went the title of a 1968 romantic comedy about a chaotic package tour that, if taken seriously by viewers, could have been the bane of international travel agencies. But that was just a movie from a half-century ago, and there’s a much easier way of touring the […]

Tom Smith – Triad Radiology Associates

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It happens every day, in clinics and emergency rooms around the country: People fall through the cracks. A man injured in a car crash who, years later, learns he has late-stage kidney cancer which went undetected in the post-accident scans. A woman whose mammogram follow-up never gets scheduled because of a clerical error. Fifteen years […]

Murali Balakrishnan – TIDI Products

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The nurse just left the room, but rather than bug her with another request, you’re feeling strong enough to get up and grab the magazine yourself. You lower the safety bars and, and as you swing your feet over the side and scoot to the edge of the bed, a sense of panic ensues: You’re […]

Robert Dillon – The School District of University City

Est. reading time: 5 mins

At The School District of University City, entrepreneurial middle schoolers have built apps to tackle issues around foster care, stress release and healthy eating—then presented them in biz expo-like fashion via tablets to discerning judges. High school coders, for their part, have reimagined St. Louis’ famed gateway arch: What if it were made from copper […]

Shaun Poulton – Salisbury Management Inc.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It doesn’t seem so long ago to Shaun Poulton that he was studying mechanical engineering at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, envisioning himself as a builder of infrastructure. That was during the early 1990s, just before the computer and internet booms which caused him and so many other scientifically-inclined young people to shift paths. Not […]

Ellen Dorr – Renton School District

Est. reading time: 4 mins

There are times when she might miss the personal interaction of the classroom —one doesn’t teach for 12 years, as Ellen Dorr did in and around Seattle, without being committed to educating our youth. In the past few years she’s been able to reach more children through her role as chief technology officer for the […]

Darcy Boyer – Ranch Ehrlo Society

Est. reading time: 4 mins

He considers himself a builder, and the project that Darcy Boyer undertook in early 2018 just might prove to be the most consequential of his professional life. For in what might be the last stop in an infotech career of over 30 years in Western Canada, Boyer has been making and upgrading the systems of […]

Sean Stowers – Presbyterian Homes

Est. reading time: 4 mins

A few things are sacred to Sean Stowers, a religious family man who also happens to be the director of information technology at Presbyterian Homes Inc. God, family and providing useful technology to the network of senior living communities are central to his life. In his view, the latter requires choosing good partners and thinking […]

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