Features May 2018

M. Dee Childs – Texas A&M University

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Studying philosophy years ago, as an undergrad at Indiana University Bloomington had its moments, M. Dee Childs recalls. Only not enough reason for her to earn a doctorate in the subject. “I realized I could never compete intellectually with history’s great classical minds, and eventually I found I just wasn’t interested in spending my life […]

Tom Flitter – TASC

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s up and running at federal offices everywhere and continues to be fine-tuned; a paperless charitable program put in place by a Wisconsin company whose high-tech expertise had long spared many a headache at human resources departments in the private sector. That company is Total Administrative Services Corp., better known as TASC, operating out of […]

Duleep Wikramanayake – Solis Mammography

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Given that few things are as stressful as breast cancer screening, the term, Peace of Mind Mammogram, may sound like an oxymoron. But it’s more than just a tagline for Solis Mammography, the nation’s largest screener of such cancer. It’s also a goal that, however hard to achieve, the company vigorously pursues with the indispensable […]

Sal Guido – NYC Health + Hospitals

Est. reading time: 4 mins

In the world of health care, “consolidation” tends to be shed in an unflattering light, bringing to mind the closing of facilities, the loss of jobs and the disappearance of a personal touch as intuitions grow ever larger. For the IT team at NYC Health + Hospitals (H+H), however, consolidation hasn’t just been a positive […]

David Rettig – Nucor Corp

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Having a longtime rapport with a headhunter whom he had relied upon for info-tech talent, David Rettig fielded a call from him in 2016, only to find that it was his own expertise being recruited. Then, the IT director of The Institute for Study Abroad at Butler University in Indianapolis, Rettig was seen as a […]

Chris Cummings – Klein Independent School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Wide-eyed children looked on, as did a couple of teachers, as Chris Cummings went about upgrading a computer laboratory as part of his duties as information technology director at Pineywoods Community Academy in Lufkin, Texas, back in 2009. Formerly a Naval electronic warfare technician who had criss-crossed the globe while carrying out sensitive functions, Cummings […]

Stephan George – Jackson Public Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

After growing up in Jackson, Mississippi, public schools, and working for them in various capacities for more than 15 years, Stephan George was moving on and ready to tackle a new challenge. But then the district superintendent hit him in what he called his “weak spot.” Come back, he said; do it for the children. […]

Yvonne Scott – Crowe Horwath LLP

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Anyone who owns or runs a business understands how complicated the process of accounting can be. The bigger the company in question, the longer the ledger gets, the more complex that bookkeeping process becomes. The same applies to other, equally intricate areas: taxes, risk management, auditing, even performance assessment. Indeed, there’s a reason many multi-million […]

Will Thompson – Clarendon College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

There’s an adage about the Texas Panhandle, often attributed to country singer Robert Earl Keen, which says the land there is so vast and unencumbered, you can look out into the distance and see the back of your own head. But inside the halls and classrooms of Clarendon College, an hour east of Amarillo, the […]

Jeremy Davis – Capistrano Unified School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

A chemistry teacher doesn’t begin teaching safe chemistry at the end of the semester. That lesson starts before the first Bunsen burner is placed under a test tube. The same principle applies for introducing children to the internet, states Jeremy Davis, who has served the 49,000-student Capistrano Unified School District in Orange County, California, since […]

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