Sachin Kundra – Chevron Federal Credit Union

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When Sachin Kundra isn’t overseeing the IT network and infrastructure for Chevron Federal Credit Union, he likes to try his hand at creating fusion cuisine at home. “It lets me take things that don’t seem like they would be good together—like pomegranate seeds in guacamole or lamb kabobs in eggroll wrappers and fried—come together and […]

Scott Stalnaker – Donatos Pizza

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Managing operations for a successful chain of pizza shops may not be the typical way to become an IT leader, but it’s certainly worked for Scott Stalnaker. Stalnaker, the executive director of IT infrastructure for Donatos Pizza, began his career with the venerable Columbus, Ohio-based pizza chain in 1993 and rose to become a district […]

Sujit Jagdev – MPAC

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When the COVID-19 pandemic started in March 2020, employees at Municipal Property Assessment Corporation were able to transition to remote work in only a few hours. While other companies using the cloud had similar experiences, this wouldn’t have been possible for MPAC five years ago, says Sujit Jagdev. The organization’s chief information and technology officer, […]

Steve Crocker – Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare

Est. reading time: 5 mins

There’s a unique challenge when it comes to safeguarding data for healthcare providers. It must be secured according to risk and regulatory requirements, but at the same time, shared with other community care givers and vendors involved in providing patient care. It’s almost counterintuitive—restrict access to sensitive, regulated data but at the same time, share […]

Susan Evangeline Bagh – Wells Fargo

Est. reading time: 4 mins

According to legend (and a few historians), inside the Temple of Apollo at Delphi—one of Greece’s most famous ancient ruins—a simple, two-word phrase was once inscribed: “Know Thyself.”   It’s one of Susan Evangeline Bagh’s favorite quotes. For her, true wisdom involves not only understanding what’s happening in the moment but applying that knowledge to shape […]

Shannon Lawson – City of Phoenix, Arizona

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Shannon Lawson can chat at length about ways cybercriminals breach systems and networks. Chief information security officer and chief privacy officer for the city of Phoenix, he was trained in information warfare and cybersecurity by the U.S. Navy and National Security Agency and understands network breaches can result from simple mistakes. He also knows how […]

Sergio Vela – HealthCare.com

Est. reading time: 4 mins

With the process complicated and often dread-inducing, nobody likes looking for insurance. For people 65 and older, it can be particularly daunting, involving complex coverages, rising prescription costs, and changing health care needs as they age. It’s an equation where the wrong choice can become very costly. Sergio Vela can’t personally say which plans are […]

Scott Spencer – LRES Corp.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

“Time is of the essence” is a concept so important to real estate it’s often written into sales agreements to ensure the process is completed quickly and thoroughly. The phrase is never more evident than in the services rendered by LRES Corp., providers of residential and commercial property valuation products and services for customers throughout […]

Shawn Stanford – Northeast Coverages Inc.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Sometimes, destiny gives us a ring unexpectedly. Such was the case in 2004 when Shawn Stanford picked up a call for his lifelong friend, Robert Mangi. Mangi, who owned an insurance business, was unable to answer his phone. When he heard how good his friend was on the phone with a client, he hired him […]

Sarah Trimble-Oliver – Cincinnati Public Schools

Est. reading time: 3 mins

For eight consecutive years, enrollment at Cincinnati Public Schools had been increasing. Then the COVID-19 pandemic happened. Some students transferred to schools with different safety protocols, some started home schooling and others moved. And, as districts nationwide experienced, many parents have delayed kindergarten for their kids. But, despite a 4  , Sarah Trimble-Oliver is confident […]


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— Katie Patterson, Director of Marketing, Alliant Technologies


Summer II 2022



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