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Tony Damron – Pikeville Medical Center

Est. reading time: 6 mins

There’s something to be said about growing up in your hometown, spending time away to gain perspective, and then returning in a position to make a difference—in this instance, helping direct technological solutions to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Such was the case for Pikeville Medical Center’s CIO Tony Damron. Growing up in rural southeastern Kentucky, […]

Tye Campbell – Gilman School

Est. reading time: 6 mins

In March, Tye Campbell went to give a presentation at the FinalsiteU conference in Florida on data integration. No sooner had Campbell arrived when he received notice of a pandemic team meeting back at Gilman School in Maryland. With COVID-19 gaining momentum, a stay-at-home order was likely imminent, meaning the independent school where he worked […]

Tammy Klotz – Versum Materials, a subsidiary of Merck KGaA

Est. reading time: 5 mins

When Air Products & Chemicals Inc. spun off its electronic materials business in October 2016, the spinoff’s CIO asked Tammy Klotz to lead the information security program for the new company, Versum Materials. She was flattered, but apprehensive. After all, the world of electronics moves at rapid speed, with instant access to sensitive information providing […]

Todd Borland – Union Public Schools

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The idea that a school district can own a student’s data—from semester transcripts and grades to awards and recognitions, even diplomas—is one that’s garnered increased acceptance in recent years. But a school system is merely a steward of that information—students are the masters. This is Todd Borland’s philosophy. As the executive director of technology for […]

Troy Hiltbrand – Kyäni

Est. reading time: 5 mins

To many, a website is a matter of convenience, and in the realm of e-commerce, ease of ordering. But to Troy Hiltbrand it’s a crystal ball—a view into the consumer’s future—and even your own good health. Not that convenience isn’t being improved through the new e-commerce platform being rolled out by Kyäni, which sells health […]

Travis Cutright – City of Mesa

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s not Tokyo or New York, but for Chief Information Officer Travis Cutright, the IT amenities currently being rolled out in Mesa, Arizona—the 35th largest city in the U.S.—are as cutting-edge as they come. There’s a mobile app that allows users to access and pay their utility bills from anywhere, high-speed networks in neighborhoods where reliable […]

Tom Cranmer – Richland School District Two

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Richland School District Two may not have landed on primetime, but its own domestic version of ABC’s Shark Tank show is creating an educational frenzy of sorts. Dubbed R2 Innovates, the innovation incubator allows educators to support and fund promising new practices aimed at solving multifaceted problems. Around 28,000 students and faculty receive broad-based community […]

Troy Di Lello – Forefront TeleCare Inc.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

For an 80-year-old living in a nursing home in rural Oklahoma, connecting to a psychiatric specialist might be a challenge. For starters, your doctor might work in a far-away city and travel is difficult for you. But with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) mandating care for residents of these far-flung homes, and […]

Tonjia Coverdale — Central State University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It was the fall semester of 2018 when Tonjia Coverdale stepped into a freshman English composition class at Central State University in Ohio. The room was bustling with activity, with students taking turns sharing the short stories that they had written with their peers using iMovie on iPads to create a video illustrating their creations. […]

Tom Smith – Triad Radiology Associates

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It happens every day, in clinics and emergency rooms around the country: People fall through the cracks. A man injured in a car crash who, years later, learns he has late-stage kidney cancer which went undetected in the post-accident scans. A woman whose mammogram follow-up never gets scheduled because of a clerical error. Fifteen years […]

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