Features Region: Northeast

Eric Frisch – Corsa Coal Corporation

How refreshing, Eric Frisch thought upon moving into his new position as director of IT at Corsa Coal Corp. last March. A chance to revisit some hard info-tech skills he had honed while working as a director for his previous employer of five years, Rice Energy Inc., just across town in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. In due […]

Sergey Slitinskiy – MedReview

For Sergey Slitinskiy, running IT for a health care nonprofit often feels like an altogether different world from the improvisational soundscapes of one of the native Ukrainian’s lifelong passions—jazz saxophone. With one very notable exception: When all of the disparate parts that make up an IT department are arranged and working in concert, great things—life-changing […]

Jim Pavia – Kuehne + Nagel

It took less than 10 seconds for Jim Pavia to stop the interview. “I’m sorry to have to do this,” he confided, a little exasperated. “But can I call you right back?” Five minutes later, the conversation was back on track, at which point Pavia offered his explanation for the holdup: Kuehne + Nagel’s European […]

Youri Assi Antonin – State of Maine

If you ask Youri Assi Antonin, he’ll tell you the world’s most impressive technology isn’t artificial intelligence or fusion power. It’s not neural networking or molecular assemblers. It’s not even the Hubble Space Telescope, a machine so powerful it can see galaxies 13 billion light years away. Indeed, it’s something far more advanced—and beautiful. “The […]

L. Dallas Wooten – Eastern Lancaster County School District

There’s the robust 1:1 initiative, launched with the goal of giving every K-12 student their own personal laptop. Inside the classrooms, new rotational learning models, where students engage in multiple course-related activities, are reinventing the old class period paradigm. All of it backed by a state-of-the-art WAN network. When L. Dallas Wooten surveys the IT […]

Tom Sieg – HM Health Solutions

Working the grueling graveyard shift, 1 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Thursday, unpacking computers and assembling grocery store registers. It wasn’t the job Tom Sieg envisioned after earning his college degree in management information systems. But this was the midst of the recession after 9/11 and the dot-com bubble burst, and he had applied […]

Aaron Burd, CISSP – Excela Health

Beginning last June, patients staying in the intensive care unit (ICU) of Pennsylvania’s Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital were given some spirit-raising news: they could now watch on-demand movies, check their e-mail and view tailored patient education materials through their televisions. Truth be told, Aaron Burd would prefer to talk about the other upgrades. The ones […]

Dr. Trebor Z. Evans – Dollar Bank

Any chief information security officer who believes he or she can ease up on the job ought to think again. So reminds Dr. Trebor Z. Evans, who makes a mission out of securing data while enabling the business operations at the Pittsburgh-based Dollar Bank. “You can’t be too comfortable for a moment,” the ever-businesslike Evans […]

John Kravitz – Geisinger Health

In the past, a patient might go days—even weeks—before knowing the results of their scan. At Pennsylvania’s Geisinger Health, the clinical team are using a specific kind of machine learning, known as tensor flow, to take a deeper, on-the-spot dive into radiology scans—deep enough to notice things they weren’t even looking for. If a tumor […]

Tom McElligott – Sharp Electronics Corporation

There’s something major in the high-tech mix that’s soon to be unveiled by Sharp Electronics Corp., but Associate Vice President and CIO Tom McElligott wasn’t about to let the details slip during a chat with Toggle in early August. Still, while listening to the Irish-born McElligott expand on what a dynamic industry info-tech is, one […]

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