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M. Dee Childs – Texas A&M University

Studying philosophy years ago, as an undergrad at Indiana University Bloomington had its moments, M. Dee Childs recalls. Only not enough reason for her to earn a doctorate in the subject. “I realized I could never compete intellectually with history’s great classical minds, and eventually I found I just wasn’t interested in spending my life […]

Mano Kalathil – CareSync

Every so often, when the day’s demands find him needing a quick morale boost, Mano Kalathil will hop on his company’s Slack channel and toggle over to #kudos, a sub-channel dedicated exclusively to patient stories. There was the woman who was having trouble getting medication after her local pharmacy ran out. A few calls later, […]

Marc Johnson – WorldView

When a seasoned chief information officer talks about building a department from the ground up, it’s fair to infer that the company in question is still in the startup phase—young, unproven, desperately in need of a foundation. Make no such judgements in the case of veteran CIO Marc Johnson, whose latest role finds him tasked […]

Maria Sanchez – State of New Mexico

She figured to be in career-changing mode sooner rather than later. Not out of desperation, though. Maria Sanchez was holding down two high-profile positions—general counsel for the New Mexico Department of Information Technology and state CIO. Quite a two-fer for a 31-year-old. Or for anyone. Lest one find that resume too impressive, Sanchez will remind […]

Marion Bass – Amerisave

In the pantheon of tedious paperwork, filling out a home loan application has to be right near the top—or, more accurately, the bottom. Marion Bass harbors no illusions he’ll ever make the mortgage process enjoyable. What he and his Amerisave colleagues have done, however, is create one of the easiest, most painless online applications in […]

Mark Barham – City of Williamsburg

Fifteen years ago, a city council meeting in Williamsburg, Virginia, ran on printed agendas and the occasional memo. While this is the way most cities operated at the time, Director of IT Mark Barham is glad many governments have shifted from this paper-driven environment, Williamsburg included. “There was no interactivity between citizens and their government […]

Mark Duening – U.S. Venture

Should anyone still need convincing that a corporate info-tech department is more investment than cost, they’d be well-advised to consider the progress that U.S. Venture has made on Mark Duening’s watch. A heavyweight in the distribution and marketing of energy, automotive and lubricant products in the United States and Canada, the Wisconsin company was behind […]

Mark Finstrom – Highline Public Schools

In Burien, Washington, the Highline Public Schools bring together five cities with 39 schools and some 21,000 students, pre-K through 12th grade. K through 12th grade. The district is delivering classroom instruction a little differently than the standard chalkboard lesson. Once noted as an underperforming district, Highline is reaching new heights with higher test scores […]

Mark Leinwetter–MidAmerica Nazarene University

For most university IT departments, the days of simply maintaining servers and troubleshooting hardware problems have been replaced by a considerably more demanding docket: Streamlining resources, collaborating with business and academic departments, securing data and widening access to a growing array of tools and technologies. That would be a full enough plate for just about […]

Mark Moch – Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute

You could say Mark Moch was underemployed for a spell after leaving his native Poland for Florida with his green-card lottery winning wife around 2001. Not that he was lacking for education; Moch had degrees in literature and fine arts from the University of Wroclaw, but such credentials from a foreign school weren’t enough on […]

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