Features October 2019

Andrea Hall – Stonewall Kitchen

Who knew the desire to sell wild Maine blueberry jam in 1991 would burgeon into a booming business with 21st century tech demands in every phase of its operations? That’s the story of Stonewall Kitchen, where the first products were sold at a Portsmouth, New Hampshire, farmers market. Founders Jim Stott and Jonathan King would […]

César Andrés Ahmedt – Wingo Airlines

When it comes to Wingo Airlines jetting to cities and resorts, César Andrés Ahmedt knows the airline’s parent company, Copa Airlines, has those operations covered. What Wingo also needs is to be industry leaders in ensuring travelers enjoy their flights and destinations, Ahmedt says. “It is all about low prices and good vibes,” he adds, […]

Christian Aboujaoude – Keck Medicine of USC

Digital transformation was underway when Christian Aboujaoude assumed the responsibilities of chief technology officer at Keck Medicine of USC. Already pegged as the nation’s 16th best hospital, according to U.S. News and World Report’s annual rankings, it wouldn’t be so highly regarded without the right wares. But technology and healthcare ever evolving, Aboujaoude reminds it […]

David Wolford – Baugo Community Schools

When coach Marty Moyer’s barn burned to the ground, his wrestling team and a legion of his Indiana neighbors rushed to his aid to rebuild the structure as quickly as possible, working many hours without complaint. In times like these, it’s nice to know people and places like this still exist, says David Wolford, the […]

Diego Maspero – Edesa

It’s not just about how much technical expertise you have, says Diego Maspero: It’s your ability to communicate your expectations, needs and goals around technology. These abilities are just as imperative as the infrastructure, hardware and software, says the CIO of Edesa, whose day revolves around budgeting, identifying imperative tech projects, and mapping out those […]

Fred Howard – Clark County Credit Union

Fred Howard can spot the red flags. Understands the trends like a mastered second language. The enemy’s tools, tactics and motives: encountered them all. But according to Howard, chief technology officer at Clark County Credit Union (CCCU), the most effective way of relaying the importance of cybersecurity to the organization’s 195 employees isn’t to frighten […]

Joe Phillips – Kansas City Public Schools

Balloons, deflated balloons and rocks. These are the three types of people in an organization, says Joe Phillips. “Since the direction you’re always trying to go is up, you want people who are balloons,” he says. “You want employees who are aligned with the overall vision and actively working toward the upward push.” Deflated balloons, […]

Jose Miguel Piquer – University of Chile

In 1985, Jose Miguel Piquer helped make history: He was part of a team that sent the first email in Chile—between the University of Chile (where he was then a student) and the University of Santiago. The pithy but witty message? “If this arrives, let’s open a bottle of champagne.” It did in fact arrive, and […]

Leonard Brinson – SJI

Think of it as a technological heart transplant. At least, that’s how Leonard Brinson describes a physical data center migration that he and his team successfully completed—over Labor Day weekend, no less. It was indeed a delicate and complicated operation: With renovations underway on South Jersey Industries’ corporate offices, the data center was disconnected, transported […]

Matthew Bellman – MYOLYN

“I wish you could build me a new body.” These words, the wistful thoughts of his mother, have always stuck with Matthew Bellman. When he was growing up, she was stricken with cancer twice—and beat it twice—but both ordeals took a major toll on her body. While he’s not at the point of rebuilding entire […]

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