Features Region: Southeast

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 […]

Jay Chandran – Advantage Rent A Car

Imagine picking up or returning your rental car at any location—a bus stop, airport or Wal-Mart parking lot—just by using your mobile app. You could do everything from picking out your car and signing the contract to locating your vehicle, unlocking it and paying your bill. That’s the future Advantage Rent a Car’s Chief Technical […]

Ron Horn – Guilford Technical Community College

Ron Horn has gone back to school, though it’s not a new or unusual event for someone whose resume shows a lifetime of continuing education. Only this time, Horn is leading as well as learning as the chief information officer at Guilford Technical Community College in north-central North Carolina. Intent on transforming learning at the […]

Sanjeev Sah – Medical University of South Carolina

Given the choice, no parent would ever want to have their child hospitalized. But if it happens in the Charleston, South Carolina area, Sanjeev Sah is certain the soon-to-open MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital will offer the best care a patient and family could ask for. Sah is not a pediatrician or health care specialist, […]

Al Negrete – AdventHealth

Al Negrete believes it pays big professional dividends to heed that persistent voice in your head, especially if it’s been there a while. On the brink of his 19th year at AdventHealth, the director of information technology reflects on a pivotal high school computer class in the late 1980s that spoke to him and never […]

Hernán Londoño – Barry University

Sometimes, the hardest thing about going to college can be staying there. When things get tough in the classroom—a lesson goes over your head, the reading starts piling up—it’s easy to get discouraged. Without direct intervention, certain students might start to believe no one cares. At Barry University in Miami, student engagement and success are […]

Chuck Williams – IQVIA

For any pharmaceutical company setting up a clinical trial, the amount of regulatory paperwork to be signed and filed can be daunting. The time-consuming and manual process can easily take 100 days or more. But that will no longer be the case with what IQVIA’s developing, according to IT Director Chuck Williams in Boston. Innovations […]

Gary Upton – Sage Automotive Interiors

In a plant in Marietta, South Carolina, miles of fabric methodically turn around large spools in the world of automotive fabric manufacturing. In years past a person would be tasked with spotting minute defects of thread, lint or color. Requiring patience, dedication and deep concentration, it was a time-consuming job to make sure the quality […]

Michael Dent – Fairfax County Government

He doesn’t have to look far for a reminder of what can happen when a municipality lets down its cybersecurity safeguards. For just this past spring, Baltimore was held virtual hostage, its computer systems hacked by the ransomware RobinHood. While Maryland’s biggest city may be commended for refusing to pay the hackers $75,000 in untraceable […]

Tom Cranmer – Richland School District Two

Richland School District Two may not have landed on primetime, but its own domestic version of ABC’s Shark Tank show is creating an educational frenzy of sorts. Dubbed R2 Innovates, the innovation incubator allows educators to support and fund promising new practices aimed at solving multifaceted problems. Around 28,000 students and faculty receive broad-based community […]

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