Features August 2019

Martha Cecilia Eraso – Diana Corporación

When two companies merge, it can take years before their operations are harmonized—and even longer before the acquiring company recoups its investment. Together with the leadership team of Diana Corporación, Martha Cecilia Eraso accomplished everything in less than four months—a feat she says wouldn’t have been possible without the efforts of other company stakeholders, including […]

Matthew Peskay – KIPP SoCal Public Schools

Think of it as a sort of “Shark Tank” for the primary and secondary education set. Teachers and staff come before a board, pitch their product and if the “investors” are excited about it, receive $1,000 to implement it. Down the road, if they meet stated goals, they receive another $500 stipend. And if their […]

Pablo Cattolica — Prisma Medios de Pago

In 2012, when a workman unplugged a patch cord in the core switch at Prisma Medios de Pago, shutting down Argentina’s largest payment system for two hours, it created plenty of problems for the Buenos Aires-based company. For Pablo Cattolica—then the international operations manager—it created a once-in-a-career opportunity. When the company’s executive team clamored for […]

Patricia Baia, Ph.D. – Albany Law School

Since she was a kid growing up in upstate New York, Patty Baia knew she wanted to be a teacher. It was in her blood, she says, and when she started to travel down her chosen career path, what got really exciting was exploring the process of teaching others how to teach. Adult learners, to […]

Rodrigo Ignacio Rodríguez Tejos – Multiexport Foods

That salmon you had for dinner last week—or that you have in your fridge or freezer? Odds are it wasn’t just plucked out of the ocean or freshwater stream. State-of-the-art technologies were involved in every aspect of its life cycle—from hatching to the final packaging as a food product. As Rodrigo Ignacio Rodríguez explains, during […]

Rucha Nanavati – Albertsons Companies LLC

The largest grocery store merger in history between two Idaho greats took place on January 29, 2015—and standing in the middle of the action was Albertsons Companies’ Rucha Nanavati, who had to help oversee $280 million of IT synergy as part of the larger deal. By the numbers, the merger of Albertsons, a Boise, Idaho-based […]

Scott Pierce – Kingsport City Schools

He may not get out of the data center as much as he’d like, but when seeing firsthand the effects of his role during occasional classroom visits, Scott Pierce can further vindicate his long-ago decision to shift careers from teaching to technology. “It’s very rewarding to see an economically disadvantaged child who has never traveled […]

William Zauner – JAMS

In an age when giant tech companies like Upwork and Uber pop up in rapid succession and employees hop from one job to the next, William Zauner is frequently asked what’s kept him working at JAMS for 29 years. His response? “It isn’t one company, it has been many different companies over the years,” Zauner, […]

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