Features February 2019

Al Gardner – Inspirato

Est. reading time: 5 mins

He’s heard stories about the most hard-to-please celebrities storming out of world-class resorts because the flowers on the table or the art on the walls weren’t to their liking. And how much angrier they were if the wet bar lacked the right beverages or the menu was too bland. That’s not to say many of […]

Tom Sieg – HM Health Solutions

Est. reading time: 4 mins

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

Est. reading time: 5 mins

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 […]

Darrell Cheney – Channelview Independent School District

Est. reading time: 4 mins

As a kitchen designer, he taught himself to conceptualize spaces based on how the materials would be installed. As a restaurant manager, how to multitask and prioritize. From being a bowling instructor, he learned the importance of communication. So whenever Darrell Cheney finds himself talking to students at Channelview Independent School District’s (CISD) annual Career […]

David Calabrese – Canadian Independent School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

One hundred miles northeast of Amarillo, surrounded by the stark and limitless landscape of the Panhandle, sits the hamlet of Canadian, Texas. With a population shy of 3,000 and a downtown covering four square blocks, you can’t get much further from the big-city bustle of Dallas and Houston (or the big-city tax base). All of […]

Kristen Davis – Barbers Hill Independent School District

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Turns out the superintendent knew best back in 2015. For the Barbers Hill Independent School District, about 30 miles east of Houston, needed a new director of technology, and Dr. Greg Poole liked what he saw in Kristen Davis. Not that Davis was in a technological position per se. The former elementary teacher and assistant […]

Brandon Prince – Atlanta Independent School District

Est. reading time: 3 mins

On a given afternoon, Brandon Prince and his staff might be out on an athletic field in muddy sneakers setting up a digital tracking system for a track and field meet. On another, you might find them up on ladders installing security cameras or testing electronic door locks. This is in addition to tending to […]

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