Features Region: Northeast

Uday Madasu – The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services

It’s something of a perfect storm confronting New York City’s biggest provider of mental health and social services. The need has been so high in the wakes of COVID-19 and racial justice demonstrations, and the means of delivery so challenged with most everybody being urged to stay home. Times like these only underscore the need […]

Jennifer McLarnon – Boston College High School

The Zoom bombs came unexpectedly at Boston College High School, as they did in so many places once COVID-19 brought people online for education and other reasons. Some schools even had to suspend the virtual meetings, the unwanted and sometimes lewd intrusions becoming such a problem that the FBI and FCC would advise users to […]

Jim Dutcher – Broome County

It may seem a small county tucked away in New York along the Pennsylvania border, but Broome County government has pretty big tech needs, says CIO Jim Dutcher. “We have such a diverse set of customers and end users,” he says. “We need to be as nimble and as agile as any high-tech company you […]

Dave Bour – Medly Pharmacy

In the days of stay-at-home orders, it’s hard to imagine a business more needed than a pharmacy offering home delivery. But as Dave Bour of Medly Pharmacy notes, doing this well takes much more than putting bottles of pills into bags and sending them out to customers, especially during a pandemic. “If you look at […]

Rick Weinberg – Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School District

Nestled in western New York, about an hour from the Pennsylvania border and the shores of Lake Erie, the Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School District is rural and economically challenged. “But I want CLV to be known as a school district that is overcoming tremendous struggles,” says Rick Weinberg. “We have been able to provide some […]

Tye Campbell – Gilman School

In March, Tye Campbell went to give a presentation at the FinalsiteU conference in Florida on data integration. No sooner had Campbell arrived when he received notice of a pandemic team meeting back at Gilman School in Maryland. With COVID-19 gaining momentum, a stay-at-home order was likely imminent, meaning the independent school where he worked […]

Jim St. Clair – The Dinocrates Group

Technology changes but relationships need not. So reminds Jim St. Clair, who has had a role in overseeing both as chief technology officer since August 2017 at The Dinocrates Group. A boutique strategy and technology advisory firm based in Rockville, Maryland, it’s become the partner of choice in guiding multiple levels of the public sector—and […]

Karl Fischer – Aclaris Therapeutics Inc.

There’s likely not an IT decision maker out there who couldn’t relate to the concept of being “on the bruising edge.” That’s when you’re responsible for, among other things, preventing spear phishing and all manner of cyberattacks, making everything simultaneously more mobile and more secure, predicting the future confidently enough to project five-year spending, and […]

Paul Holmen – Revolution Lighting Technologies

For Paul Holmen, director of Information Technology with Revolution Lighting Technologies, learning about technology was a lifetime process that started while watching his father work in IT. “Learning about that space at a very young age helped me gain a phenomenal amount of enterprise infrastructure experience” he says. Now director of IT for Revolution Lighting […]

Joe Fousek – Bond, Schoeneck & King

Chief Information Officer Joe Fousek is a pretty popular guy around the office these days. Such as when there’s no such thing as technical “downtime” anymore. Since coming to the national law firm of Bond, Schoeneck & King in 2018, Fousek has been spearheading a three-year master plan to implement $10 million in technological upgrades: […]

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