Features December 2020

Jameeka Green Aaron – United Legwear & Apparel Co.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Ask Jameeka Green Aaron about her job and she’ll describe it as “technologist with cyber expertise.” If you’d asked her what that meant during her high school years, she wouldn’t have had a clue. For starters, in the 1990s the term “cyber” hadn’t been invented. All Aaron knew at the time was that she liked […]

U.S. Imaging Network – Peter Wallace

Est. reading time: 5 mins

There’s more to technology than computer science, says U.S. Imaging Network’s CIO Peter Wallace—in fact, he likens the inherent nature of creative problem solving to a more artistic process. Bringing his vision to the New York-based firm in 2017, Wallace delivered substantial results to the firm that offers medical and health diagnostic consulting services, as […]

Bridger Moreland – Manatt’s Inc.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Enjoying that Sunday afternoon drive past the amber waves of grain and copious cornfields of the Midwest? As the road runs straight and smooth under you, it’s a good bet Manatt’s paved it, says Bridg Moreland. For almost 75 years, Manatt’s has built or resurfaced the roads crisscrossing America’s heartland, while building its own network […]

Michael Milo – Catholic Memorial School

Est. reading time: 4 mins

All good football coaches do several things to prepare for their team’s next game. They study their opponent’s players, watch game film and prepare a game plan. Then, during each game, they adjust on the fly. Michael Milo has been a football player or coach since he was 9, growing up outside of Boston. Now, […]

Avery Ma – Primrose Schools

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Ask Avery Ma what he envisions in classrooms filled with young students and he might answer that he sees them swimming with dolphins or frolicking with whales—even if the classroom is in arid Arizona. Making this happen won’t require thousands of gallons of seawater or scuba suits and flippers for teachers and students, not with […]

Steve McAtee – ORNL Federal Credit Union

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Having recognized the growing consumer preference for contactless banking the ORNL Federal Credit Union commenced in fall 2017 with digital delivery channels. Three years later Steve McAtee says what seemed the smart approach now may be the only way, what with COVID-19 intensifying the need for any business to operate efficiently and not rely on […]

Jonathan Bauer – Atlantic General Hospital

Est. reading time: 5 mins

There’s a car crash on a crowded expressway. Announced by the screeching of tires, a concussive boom and the sprinkle of broken glass on unforgiving asphalt, the accident isn’t fatal. But it does cause minor injuries to the driver. A visit to the emergency room results in treatment, diagnosis and a prescription for a common […]

Eric Murray – Fairview Health Services

Est. reading time: 5 mins

As soon as a patient exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms enters the emergency department at one of Health Fairview’s hospitals, clinicians are on high alert—a crucial first step being to order a chest x-ray. Those captured images immediately go through a specially developed algorithm that scans for patterns associated with the virus. Within seconds, the health care […]

Samantha Liscio – Workplace Safety and Insurance Board

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Just consider the sheer numbers: A coverage of 5 million people across 300,000 workplaces; 250,000-plus processed claims a year; and literal mountains of paperwork—2.3 million pieces of physical mail or faxes received in 2018 alone. At more than 100 years old, the Toronto-based Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) is one of the largest insurance […]

Pat Lowe – Jack Cooper Investments Inc.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

On they roll, clattering and even bouncing as the rigs fill a lane on the highway. The shiny new cargo—the latest cars and trucks headed to a showroom or dealer’s lot—may draw wishful glances from passing drivers. The rigs may even cause a bit of white knuckling as trailers haul a half-dozen vehicles stacked on […]


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