Features Women in Technology

Laurie Panella – Milwaukee County

“It’s been crazy today,” says Laurie Panella, answering her phone for a Toggle interview. She’s just gotten out of a meeting on a new ERP system and needs to return a string of phone calls from the week before. “Oh, what am I saying? It’s been crazy the past two years because the IT department’s […]

Michelle Kaufman – Distribution Management

When something is done well, it looks easy. Such is the case when logistics company, Distribution Management, receives, packs and delivers an order in one or two days, shipping to anywhere in the U.S. The company reaches coast to coast and border to border, all from only five centers in Texas, Pennsylvania, California, Missouri and […]

Terri Bettinger – Franklin County, Ohio

After 26 years working with banking giants like JP Morgan and Citigroup, Terri Bettinger had an epiphany. “If I’m going to be a workaholic, then I want to bring my passion and work ethic to benefit my local community,” she says. She’s been CIO of Franklin County, Ohio, for two years now, and has leveraged […]

Virtually uninterrupted growth for Caliber Collision

When Janet DeBerardinis joined Caliber Collision in July 2011, the company had 86 locations. Today it has more than 475. The smart technology framework that made that growth possible was built by a team headed by DeBerardinis. Caliber Collision is the largest collision repair company in the U.S. It’s striving to improve the image of […]

Chicago keeps tabs on an Array of Things

Every day, on her short eight-block commute, Brenna Berman sees the impact of her work. Berman joined the City of Chicago in 2011 as deputy budget director, and in 2012 she was made chief information officer. Today, when a bicycle rides by as she walks to work, Berman knows that data accessible through the city […]

Leslie Fuentes – Hampton, Virginia

Hampton, Virginia, has been around for more than 400 years, giving it plenty of time to make history. It was the first permanent English settlement in the New World and centuries later became the first city to offer free public education. It was also the first training ground for American astronauts. The city of almost […]

Aldona Valicenti – Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

Every year, the largest horse auction in the world takes place in Lexington, Kentucky, the “Horse Capital of the World” and the epicenter of Kentucky’s estimated $4 billion horse industry. In 2006, the most expensive horse ever auctioned, The Green Monkey, was sold for $16 million at Fasig-Tipton, one of Lexington’s two world-renowned equine auction […]

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