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Scott Morrow – York Catholic District School Board

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Talk to straight A students and they’ll tell you that acing last semester’s report card won’t mean much if their next is marked with C’s.  The same principle applies with Scott Morrow’s new oversight of the infotech infrastructure at the York Catholic District School Board in central Ontario. Morrow having sustained some of his predecessor’s […]

Moses Bulus – Bunzl

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It could be the label on the premade salad you bought at the supermarket or the container it comes in. It could be the steel-toed boots, or the goggles and ear protection you wear at work. It also could be the gloves your dental hygienist wears.  These are among the wide-ranging products Bunzl supplies customers […]

Russell Uyeda – 4over

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High-tech as the world may be, there’s still much need for old-school printed material. Someone shopping for a house might peruse online listings but still appreciate a detailed brochure from the realtor. Professional as a contractor’s website might be, there’s still much to gain from mailing postcards to homeowners in need of reroofing or window […]

Bryon Campbell PhD – Madison County Commission

Est. reading time: 5 mins

While some people move to Madison County, Alabama, for the temperate weather, others choose it for its largest city—Huntsville, better known as Rocket City. Home to the largest space museum in the world, the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville is where the first rockets that went to the moon were built. Many scientists continue […]

Kasey Ortoski – Jacobs

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At the start of her career, Kasey Ortoski knew she was helping society as a teacher, spending nearly half a decade imparting knowledge to kindergarteners as well as second and fourth graders. Since leaving the classroom in 2019, she’s found a new way to make an impact—as a contract operations manager handling IT at Jacobs. […]

Alan Schomaker – Loyola University New Orleans

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The National Hurricane Center calls it the “cone of uncertainty”—the projected track of a hurricane for five days measured from its current position. New Orleans—and Loyola University—were in the cone of uncertainty eight times in 2020 as three tropical storms and two hurricanes struck Louisiana. That vulnerability to storms, as well as a 45-year-old IBM […]

Christopher Maynard – American College of Healthcare Executives

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Christopher Maynard has been leading IT teams and guiding technological transformations for more than 35 years. But it’s where he’s applied those skills—and the causes behind that work—that matter the most to him. “My career has always been in the nonprofit sector,” he says. “That’s been intentional. I want to work for organizations making a […]

Aldona K. Valicenti – Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither is a gigabit city. Lots of complexities must be satisfied when laying down a fiber-optic network with its nearly unlimited bandwidth and speed-of-light data transmission. All things considered, the four years-plus that it took to wire Lexington, Kentucky, went about as smoothly as could be expected, says […]

Dr. Robert W. Smiley – The School District of Janesville

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Pens, sheaves of papers, the squeak of chalk across a green board that’s never quite clear of dust—all these are relics of the classroom even before the COVID-19 pandemic led to remote learning. Yet Dr. Robert W. Smiley remembers a time when not a single classroom had internet. In fact, as the technology coordinator for […]

Joseph Patuto – Middlesex Community College

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Credit him for foresight. It was around a quarter-century ago when Joseph R. Patuto began assembling infrastructure for off-campus learning at Middlesex Community College. The need for it was widely doubted and the faculty were often unreceptive to the ideas of this former systems engineer from Digital Equipment Corp. “To a lot of people there […]

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