Features Region: Southeast

Shan Venable – Altamaha Bank and Trust

Just because you’re a small community bank doesn’t mean that you can’t compete with the big regional banks. But if you do, at least in one way, it can pay big dividends, as Shan Venable can attest to at Altamaha Bank and Trust. Investing more than $500,000 into the community bank over the past five […]

Serge Perras – ChenMed

Let’s say you’re a physician whose patient is in the prime age range for developing prostate cancer—or is showing possible symptoms of the disease. Instead of automatically ordering the industry standard prostate-specific antigen test or PSA—which is expensive, invasive and notorious for delivering false positives—you turn to your state-of-the-art electronic medical records system. Not only […]

Matt Ball – ParkMobile

How long have you waited for this night out? The dinner reservations are set, the sitter has arrived, and the concert tickets are in hand (or on your phone, more likely). Let’s hope you won’t wait as long to find a parking spot: circling city blocks for a vacant space, passing filled garages and fumbling […]

Bill Dorminy – Point University

It’s a unique institution of higher learning on the Georgia-Alabama line. Point University—Atlanta Christian College, pre-2011—has several times as many students learning remotely than the 700 on campus. A diverse student population too, many of them adults from far away, but united in Christian faith. Such an operation can’t be run on good faith alone, […]

Joey Poarch – Poarch Thompson Law

The year 2020 has been a homecoming for Joey Poarch after more than 20 years on the road as a technology consultant and leader. Now chief information officer at the immigration and adoption law firm founded by his wife, Christine Poarch, he no longer spends his days and weeks going from city to city. Instead, […]

Tony Damron – Pikeville Medical Center

There’s something to be said about growing up in your hometown, spending time away to gain perspective, and then returning in a position to make a difference—in this instance, helping direct technological solutions to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Such was the case for Pikeville Medical Center’s CIO Tony Damron. Growing up in rural southeastern Kentucky, […]

Kyle Jones – Florence 1 Schools

Though once featured in “The Corridor of Shame,” a documentary about poor conditions in South Carolina rural schools, a filmmaker visiting Florence 1 Schools now would get an entirely different picture, as the district takes a leading role in e-learning that became especially crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s been quite a turnaround, and one […]

David Walton – Drucker + Falk

David Walton knew right away that the technology he used while working in health care could be used in much the same way in the commercial and multifamily rental industry. Leaving his job at Virginia Commonwealth University to move to Drucker + Falk last year, Walton was determined to show that his experience could be […]

Charles Cooper – Clark Atlanta University

Infotech pros know that life rarely goes as planned—especially when building a resilient network architecture designed to respond to ever-evolving threats. As organizations around the world try to get their arms around the spiraling public health threat of COVID-19, technologists are being asked to keep normal life going, underscoring the importance of maintaining network access […]

Jonathan Judy – Tift County Schools

A pregnant student leaves school to take care of her baby. A middle schooler is learning faster than the rest of the class and needs a more challenging course load. A high school student with an eye on the Ivy League is looking for a stronger academic resume. Like many working in education, Jonathan Judy […]


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— Katie Patterson, Director of Marketing, Alliant Technologies


Summer II 2020



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