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Robert Haley – Collom & Carney Clinic

It’s a dilemma faced by thousands of Americans every day: Drive an hour to have an illness or injury checked out, or bide your time in hopes the pain will somehow subside? In far too many cases, that gamble ends with a trip to the emergency room and a potentially massive bill. For patients of […]

Robert Heinrich – Stockton University

Having guiding principles is key to achieving goals—and Robert Heinrich follows an established, tried-and-true set of them. On a daily basis, the chief information officer at Stockton University stresses what he says are the four crucial values: service excellence, reliability, innovation and security. Those values become ever more essential with each passing day, he says, […]

Rocio Diaz Contreras – Smart Green IT

Just five years after receiving her bachelor’s degree, Rocio Diaz Contreras has already secured a highly-coveted CEO post at a thriving Mexican company. The IT engineer’s fast-track career has included building and implementing a health information system for one of western Mexico’s largest hospitals; performing case studies on competitiveness and sustainability in Latin America; and […]

Rod Houpe – Cleveland Metropolitan School District

A strong network of technological solutions is a vital part of any organization, especially one with 40,000 students to track. In his role as chief information officer for the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD), Rod Houpe is in charge of coordinating information services for the state’s second largest K-12 school system and the nation’s most […]

Rod Houpe – Cleveland Metropolitan School District

On-time and under budget—what’s that, you say? It’s a concept that can be rare in the private sector; even more so in the public realm. And ultimately, it’s just one of the ways Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) is differentiating itself when it comes to IT. Under the direction of CIO Rod Houpe, the Ohio […]

Roger Brunelle – Naperville Community Unit School District 203

When Roger Brunelle arrived at Naperville Community Unit School District 203 (NCUSD) in 2010, after a successful run in the private sector, many in the district weren’t sure what to expect. For some, the assumption was that the new CIO would test the waters of change cautiously, one toe at a time. Instead, Brunelle went […]

Roger Valade – ProQuest

Let’s say you’re a researcher looking to write a thesis about the critical response to Vladimir Nabokov’s “Lolita,” involving the themes and esoteric references throughout the controversial novel, as well as the Russian writer’s own discussions, interpretations and explanations of his work. It wasn’t so long ago—say, a decade or two, depending on your willingness […]

Rolland Kornblau – El Rancho Unified School District

Most adults were educated from grade school through college in traditional classrooms, which almost always included rows of desks and a large blackboard stretching across one wall. Although this is the way lessons and lectures have been given for two centuries, give or take, many recent studies suggest it is the wrong approach. According to […]

Ron Dinwiddie – Texas Trust Credit Union

It wasn’t Armageddon, or even Y2K. But that didn’t stop Ron Dinwiddie from breathing a sigh of relief as the clock struck midnight and all systems were a go. Calls and texts from colleagues in the field confirmed what the screens in front of him seemed to show: that the months of late nights and […]

Roosevelt Butler – Jefferson County, Alabama

Years before Roosevelt Butler became interim chief information officer for Jefferson County, Alabama, the county filed one of the largest municipal bankruptcies in U.S. history. As a result of that $4.23 billion black hole—exacerbated by a repealed occupational tax that brought in $70 million annually—the county slashed its IT department and laid off half of […]

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