Features February 2022

Ling Huang – Technology North

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It’s been more than two years since Ling Huang launched a business helping companies digitize documents and files while also providing employment for people on the autism spectrum—including his son. Though growth of the business that’s part of Technology North has been slowed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Huang says the results make the conclusion clear. “If […]

Marlo Gaddis – Wake County Public School System

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Some days Marlo Gaddis can be found teaching elementary physical education classes. On others, she’s providing support to students with special needs. Her staff covers recess duty and steps in as substitute teachers. Basically, she says, she and her team dedicate several hours each week to doing “whatever the schools need.” As the chief technology […]

Jin Gwak – AmeriCU Credit Union

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When Jin Gwak began her career, it wasn’t in technology. With a passion for helping others, she was studying to become a psychologist. After coming to the United States at the age of 23, she planned to earn her doctorate, advance her psychology credentials, and return home to South Korea. But the early 1990s were […]

Kyle Jones – Florence 1 Schools

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For decades, parents have discouraged their kids from playing video games for too long. Instead, they have told them to spend more time outside or to find a more productive hobby. But what was once seen as an anti-social or time-wasting activity is now being encouraged in schools nationwide to help kids make friends and […]

Mike Wood – Avem Health Partners

Est. reading time: 4 mins

While there was a time when Fairfax Community Hospital provided vital medical care to residents of Oklahoma’s Osage County, by 2019, it was in ill health itself. Though it was the only hospital within 30 miles and had been the area’s largest employer, it was unable to pay its staff and was $1 million in […]

Jovin Olikara – Results Physiotherapy

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In 1996, Australian-born Nashville resident, Gary Cunningham, wanted to upset the physical therapy standards of hot packs and exercise, so he partnered with several people, including three-time Olympic gold-medalist swimmer, Tracy Caulkins. Together, they opened hands-on physical therapy locations in Nashville, then across Tennessee. When 20 years later the original 80 clinics had grown to […]

Wade Patrick – Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers

Est. reading time: 4 mins

If you’re in rural northwest Ohio, you might find yourself at Bryan Hospital, part of the Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers healthcare system. Opened in 1936, the 85-bed hospital serves the residents of Bryan and surrounding counties. Except, as Wade Patrick explains, CHWC doesn’t handle certain medical operations, like brain or heart surgery. In such […]

Danielle DiStefano – ITV AMERICA

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Danielle DiStefano wants to be first to test something on a small scale. Sometimes her team is skeptical, but she says her risk-taking is usually vindicated as she pushes the boundaries of TV. Such was the case in 2017 when she, as ITV America’s vice president of post-production, advocated for remote editing capabilities. Somehow DiStefano […]

Brandie Reynolds – Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Brandie Reynolds has learned a couple of things about the judicial system as deputy chief information officer for the Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County. First, court proceedings take much more coordination than what anyone sees. Second, connecting all the participants is complex work. Reynolds, whose 20-year career in tech includes working in health […]

Steve Crocker – Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare

Est. reading time: 5 mins

There’s a unique challenge when it comes to safeguarding data for healthcare providers. It must be secured according to risk and regulatory requirements, but at the same time, shared with other community care givers and vendors involved in providing patient care. It’s almost counterintuitive—restrict access to sensitive, regulated data but at the same time, share […]


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