Features December 2019

Anthony Troy – David’s Bridal

It’s been a standing joke in so many sitcoms in which a wedding is being planned. “I should have eloped,” exclaims the bride-to-be, her already frazzled mind nearly taxed to the limit by the many complexities of what should be the happiest day of her life. Which needn’t be the case, says the man who, […]

Brian Boyce – Porter and Chester Institute

Today Brian Boyce’s playbook is filled with references to the cloud, Canvas and Microsoft Power BI. But 30 years ago, he was pondering Plato and Archimedes, wondering what to do with his degree. “All the philosophy factories were closed,” Boyce recalls of the months after his 1990 graduation from the University of Connecticut. He needed […]

Chuck Meyer – Grass Valley

While technology companies typically reach for the stars, not many can claim 1977 as the year they almost blew one up—on purpose. Chief Technology Officer Chuck Meyer, whose eponymous company, Grass Valley, is named for the California city in which it is based, recalls seeing the company’s model 1680 production switcher control panel front and […]

Chuck Williams – IQVIA

For any pharmaceutical company setting up a clinical trial, the amount of regulatory paperwork to be signed and filed can be daunting. The time-consuming and manual process can easily take 100 days or more. But that will no longer be the case with what IQVIA’s developing, according to IT Director Chuck Williams in Boston. Innovations […]

Colin Joynt – Kite Realty

During a wide-ranging interview with Toggle earlier this fall, Colin Joynt fielded dozens of questions relating to his role as senior vice president of IT for Indianapolis-based Kite Realty: about the gamut-running career that preceded his 2015 arrival and about the bevy of big-ticket initiatives he and his team are now spearheading. There was one […]

Dennis Rausch – Rea Magnet Wire

Most of us could never conceive of the incredible amounts of data amassed in the manufacturing of wire. But because Rea Magnet Wire’s products are used in intricate, high-functioning capacities—such as car motors, transformers and electrical substations—every inch is tracked, measured and inspected, and those tens of thousands of data points are uploaded and shared […]

Devin Holzer – Pleasant Valley School District

No one will ever hear Devin Holzer clank down a hallway in a suit of steel so heavy it crushes the floor tiles under his feet. Nor will anyone see him suddenly shift his shape into an armored vehicle laden with weaponry for a never-ending fight against evil. Yet no matter how softly the district […]

Eddie Etsey – University of Iowa Athletics

It’s game day at the University of Iowa and the Hawkeyes are nationally ranked and primed to play at Kinnick Stadium. The smell of grilled burgers fills the air as fans fill the parking lot in their black and gold gear, lounging outside RVs or tossing a football around before kickoff. University of Iowa Athletics […]

Fernanda Cabalen – SACDE

For more than 40 years, SACDE—formerly the Argentine Society for Construction and Strategic Development—has been at the forefront of Argentina’s strategic development efforts. As one of the nation’s largest construction and project development firms, the company operates across the energy spectrum, from power generation, to oil and gas, and transportation and infrastructure sectors. What SACDE […]

Forrest Wagner – The Staffmark Group

There’s work to be done, and with unemployment at a 50-year low, employers are scrambling to find people to fill jobs. But going to work is not what it was 50 years ago. Careers with one employer are a rarity, and a growing number of people—and employers—prefer remote work and short-term commitments. So while not […]

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