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Nycole Rosen – BGSF

Once a word most frequently used by performing musicians about their shows, “gig” is going mainstream in workplaces throughout the world. In the U.S., the gig economy grew by 33 percent in the U.S. in 2020, a rate 8.5 times as high as the economy. If it continues to grow at this pace, perhaps 50 […]

Barry MacTavish – Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP

Over the years, Barry MacTavish admits he’s driven his wife Sandy crazy with his hobby. Spoiler alert: it’s not betting on the ponies, or buying exotic cars. Often, when dinner’s being served or when it’s late enough to be in bed, he’s tearing apart his computer, testing programs and reading the latest technology research. “I’ve […]

Dave Martelon – Velocity Global

“So how was work today?” This question might once have come up at dinner, asked by loved ones who’d toiled away from home. Now, it’s as likely to be asked of someone who’s just logged off at a workstation next to their bedroom or kitchen. Recognizing workplace changes—which were occurring even before the COVID-19 pandemic—is […]

Casey Watkins – FTI Consulting

Given the breadth of Casey Watkins’ IT career in the military and civilian life, it would be easy to say he’s seen it all. “I’ve been a cybersecurity professional for almost 20 years and have a diverse background in the field, having worked at global firms in various cybersecurity roles,” Watkins says. “I’ve amassed a […]

Roger Morris – K-MAC Enterprises

Roger Morris says he’s always dealt with challenges the same way. So, when he turned 50 and his oldest son asked him to run a marathon, he trained for nearly 18 months and completed the 26.2-mile run with his son. Then he did another. And another. “I didn’t want turning 50 to mean I was […]

Ling Huang – Technology North

It’s an outlook Ling Huang couldn’t change if he wanted to. “I look at system issues on the whole,” Ling says. “Things can be easily solved by a holistic system engineering approach.” Maybe not always so easily. After all, it’s been a decade since he first fully committed himself to helping people on the autism […]

Forrest Wagner – The Staffmark Group

There’s work to be done, and with unemployment at a 50-year low, employers are scrambling to find people to fill jobs. But going to work is not what it was 50 years ago. Careers with one employer are a rarity, and a growing number of people—and employers—prefer remote work and short-term commitments. So while not […]

Stephen Horton – Dunavant Enterprises Inc.

Try to catch Stephen Horton in a down moment. No, really—that’s a challenge. Every morning when the director of IT heads into Dunavant Enterprises Inc., he creates a daily to-do list, and then ticks it off as he goes along. “If I start out the day with 10 tasks, I may only get two of […]

Kip Wright – Genuent

It is an intensive three months. From day one, participants dive deeply into specific technologies, IT systems and platforms. Beyond getting into the specs, they perform case studies, analyze real-world data, practice best and worst-case scenarios—all while honing their presentation, negotiation, business and personal skills. And after 12 weeks? “They are promoted to a full […]

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