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Will Thompson – Clarendon College

There’s an adage about the Texas Panhandle, often attributed to country singer Robert Earl Keen, which says the land there is so vast and unencumbered, you can look out into the distance and see the back of your own head. But inside the halls and classrooms of Clarendon College, an hour east of Amarillo, the […]

William McSorley – Monarch Alternative Capital

It’s not an original line, but William McSorley likes to repeat it while giving credit to whomever coined what’s become something of an infotech cliché. “Data is the new oil,” the affable CIO of Monarch Alternative Capital tells Toggle in March from his office in New York City. “I wish I had been the first […]

William Tran – Berkley Risk

William Tran wants to be known as a transformational leader, and in his book that calls for collaborating with and challenging his team and extending due credit when it carries out a mission. Thus, he’ll take a modest bow for the way he’s been modernizing info-tech at Berkley Risk since coming aboard as CIO in […]

Yorck Haase – R.L. Schreiber

Yorck Haase has been in IT since what he calls the “dawn of the internet” in the early 1990s—back when, if you owned a PC, you were among the techiest of techies. It was the evolving nature and continuous emergence of new technologies that drew him in; he loved getting his hands into increasingly complex […]

Youri Assi Antonin – State of Maine

If you ask Youri Assi Antonin, he’ll tell you the world’s most impressive technology isn’t artificial intelligence or fusion power. It’s not neural networking or molecular assemblers. It’s not even the Hubble Space Telescope, a machine so powerful it can see galaxies 13 billion light years away. Indeed, it’s something far more advanced—and beautiful. “The […]

Yvonne Scott – Crowe Horwath LLP

Anyone who owns or runs a business understands how complicated the process of accounting can be. The bigger the company in question, the longer the ledger gets, the more complex that bookkeeping process becomes. The same applies to other, equally intricate areas: taxes, risk management, auditing, even performance assessment. Indeed, there’s a reason many multi-million […]

Zach Gorman – Bradley University

Architectural renderings were made for buildings like this. Replete with stately gray brick and massive windows that promise to sparkle in the sun, the business and engineering complex (BEC) at Bradley University is designed to be both commanding and inviting. When the first phase is completed in 2019, the five-story structure will be Bradley’s largest, […]

Zach Mather – Pueblo City Schools

In the middle of a lesson on ancient Greece, all 26 of the classroom’s chromebooks begin to buffer, eliciting a string of frustrated sighs. Down the hall, students wait nervously for the next page of their state test to load online, while nearby the teacher struggles to upload the week’s grades into the learning management […]

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