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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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

Regional Health

When Brent Phillips joined Regional Health as president and CEO early in 2015, he convened a meeting of his boards, the executive team and medical staff leadership. He organized four teams, each with a focus: patient and family experience, culture of safety and quality care, physician and caregiver engagement, and community and financial stewardship. He […]

Robert Abate

In 2012, Walmart started building its first ever Data CAFÉ for its Sam’s Club subsidiary. Located inside of the company’s Bentonville, Arkansas, headquarters, the CAFÉ wouldn’t be a place for a cup of java so much as Java, the programming language. Equipped with world-class visualization and analytics software, it was designed to serve as an […]

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 As a result of that $4.23 billion black hole—exacerbated by a repealed occupational tax that brought in $70 million annually—the county slashed its IT department and laid off half of […]

Renée Martínez – Santa Fe

Although the east coast is generally associated with the origins of modern America, Renée Martínez enjoys reminding people that Santa Fe, New Mexico, is actually the oldest capital in the U.S. “A lot of people aren’t aware of the history of this place and it’s fun to see their reaction when they get to hear […]

Rick Belliotti – San Diego International Airport

To an outsider, the sheer cost and complexity of running an airport would make it seem a poor place for experimentation. But that’s not the case in San Diego. The 661 acre San Diego International Airport (SAN) has a history of trying new things. Since 2014 it has been recycling water from the air conditioning […]

Rich Temple – Deborah Heart and Lung Center

Deborah Heart and Lung Center is committed to providing the necessary facilities, equipment, medical staff and financial resources required to deliver the highest quality inpatient and outpatient services for the diagnosis and treatment of heart, lung and vascular disease. With the cost of health care continuing to increase, Deborah partners with quality providers and payers […]

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 […]

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