José C. Arriaga Murcia – Mexican Association of Insurance Institutions IT Committee

Est. reading time: 3 mins

It’s not just what José C. Arriaga has learned along the way in a 30-year career that counts, it’s also about how he shares that knowledge and skill set in the insurance industry in Mexico. Not only adept at leading initiatives and projects implementing IT architecture and stacks to improve efficiency and profitability, Arriaga is […]

Cheryl Cato – Texas A&M University

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The year was 1999, and it was the eve of the big football game between Texas A&M University and the University of Texas. In the lead-up to the game, 58 students were building the annual bonfire when the unthinkable happened around 2:40 a.m.: the 59-foot tower of 5,000 logs collapsed, killing 12 students. News of […]

Leonard De Botton – Berkeley College

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Berkeley College Senior Vice President and CIO Leonard De Botton understands the importance of preparation and people. Speaking with Toggle in early November 2020, De Botton was in the middle of helping neighbors react to an upcoming storm that didn’t turn into a hurricane but brought up memories of Hurricane Sandy. Given the area’s history […]

Ron McKenzie – City of Deerfield Beach

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It’s a normal Saturday morning in South Florida. The grass is wet with dew. The sun is shining. And on a street corner, a construction crew is tearing up the sidewalk and asphalt to replace pipes in the underground storm drainage system. In many parts of the country, this type of project would happen without […]

David Briskman – Electro Rent

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Leading a digital transformation and ERP implementation—and doing so at a global company known for providing high-tech electronic testing equipment—is a tall order. Even more so during a global pandemic. So, in February 2019, when David Briskman was hired by Electro Rent to be the new CIO and complete its ERP implementation, he quickly updated […]

Justin Randall – Comwave

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Oh snap! There goes that internet connection. You’re in the middle of doing the sales reports that will make your quarter, when you get the message you’re disconnected. This is getting ridiculous. Justin Randall feels your pain, and as chief innovation officer for Comwave, a Canadian telecommunications company, he’s developing the technology that lets customers […]

David Hasbany – Salem School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

During an IT career that began in the last years of the Reagan presidency, and took him from city hall to prestigious prep schools that educated future presidents, there’s little that David Hasbany hasn’t helped automate or improve. Whether it’s storing municipal tax records once relegated to dusty file cabinets or building the digital network […]

Gary Gooden – Seattle Children’s

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Newly hired as CISO of Seattle Children’s in March 2019, Gary Gooden was asked to give the hospital board a 90-day assessment. Members had to be concerned with his observations. There were shortcomings on the technology front, he reported, and serious catching up to do. He also told them that infotech security should be viewed […]

Kelley Irwin – Electrical Safety Authority

Est. reading time: 4 mins

A pandemic making shut-ins of people everywhere, many homeowners have commenced with long-neglected improvement projects that often involve wiring and other electrical changes. That’s keeping busy the Electrical Safety Authority, a regulator and advocate for electrical safety mandated by the government of Ontario. The ESA, in its words, reduces the amount of electricity-related harm across […]

Lynn Haueter – Family & Children’s Services

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The last thing you want to happen to technology for the largest behavioral health organization in Oklahoma is to have the system crash—there’s too much at stake for a vulnerable and under-resourced population seeking mental health assistance, family services and suicide prevention. The gravity of a potential failure drove Lynn Haueter of Family & Children’s […]


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— Katie Patterson, Director of Marketing, Alliant Technologies


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