Features October 2020

Christine Kurth – Ohio Dominican University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Christine Kurth is hardly the first person heading up an IT department in higher education who knows she needs to use what’s on hand before adding anything new. But as CIO at Ohio Dominican University, she’s cheerfully made an art and a science of ensuring technology is used to its full potential. This approach became […]

Christopher Davis – Mspark

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It wasn’t nicknamed “The Wish Book” for nothing. That baseball mitt, baby doll or BB gun were on the pages to see and yearn for. So were the shoes parents could get for children attending school and the china they could use for Sunday dinners. What began in 1888 as a printed mailer offering jewelry […]

Donna Ross – Radian Group Inc.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s a three-legged stool, she says. People, processes and technology being the three essential ingredients that comprise data security at Radian Group Inc., a Philadelphia firm that manages risk and provides services for the mortgage and real estate industries. Seems unusual that Donna Ross would list technology last. Especially since it’s what differentiates a chief […]

Isaiah Nathaniel – Delaware Valley Community Health Inc.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Taking seriously his mission to serve the underserved communities in southeast Pennsylvania, Isaiah Nathaniel must have had some foresight early last year. CIO of Delaware Valley Community Health Inc. since January 2019, and a member of the team for the previous 11 years, he was prepping the Philadelphia-based nonprofit network to better provide virtual services […]

Gary Jeter – Firefly Federal Credit Union

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It may not be a deal Gary Jeter was born to make, but it’s one he’s equipped to steer after his years of military and civilian training and education. The merger between Firefly Credit Union and TruStone Financial Credit Union was not a done deal when Jeter, Firefly’s senior vice president and chief technology officer, […]

Angela Neria – Pittsburg State University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Angela Neria first arrived on the Pittsburg State University campus as a freshman from a small town in Missouri. Crossing the Kansas border to continue her education, she cultivated interests in technology and business and met her husband, all while earning three degrees. Now, as the university’s CIO, she hopes to help other students have […]

Danny Miller – Texas A&M University System/Texas Division of Emergency Management

Est. reading time: 4 mins

COVID-19 threatens more than one’s physical health. There’s also a virtual risk from opportunistic online viruses—some of which seem tailor-made to exploit the current crisis. So says Texas A&M CISO Danny Miller, whose responsibilities have covered the 11-school Texas A&M University System and eight state agencies since 2014. In 2019 he added another title to […]

Larry Osentoski – GC Associates USA

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the General Services Administration serve our country in many ways, and to do that they must maintain and track the half-million vehicles they manage. With new regulations, these agencies look to the private sector to help drive them into the future. Thus, the opportunity for GC Associates USA […]

Greg Brandenburg – University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Greg Brandenburg knows what can happen to a university campus in Texas. In a state prone to hurricanes, tornados and extreme heat, he’s had to plan for flooding, power outages and quick evacuations. Still, compared to these events, he says COVID-19—which hit two months after he became the vice president for technology and CIO at […]

Michael Taylor – ECS, USNS Mercy

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Outfitted to respond to combat or other high-stakes situations, as well as deliver acute medical care to underserved populations on the other side of the Pacific Ocean, the USNS Mercy embarked on one of her shorter missions this past spring. Just 120 miles up the coast from her home port at Naval Base San Diego, […]

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