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Antonio Neri – Deacero 

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Antonio Neri, a visionary leader with a track record of driving organizational change, serves as the chief transformation officer at Deacero, spearheading a monumental shift within the company’s operations. With an eye for innovation and a relentless commitment to excellence, Antonio is propelling Deacero into a new era of efficiency and competitiveness in the steel […]

Alina Walters – City of Lakewood 

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The chief information officer for a large city oversees the technology infrastructure and digital strategy that drives the city’s operations and services. With a deep understanding of a bustling metropolis’s unique challenges, the CIO works closely with various departments to leverage technology solutions that enhance efficiency, boost cybersecurity, and improve the overall community experience.   Alina […]

Agustin Ramirez — Bupa Global Latin America

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The places where Agustin Ramirez has worked in IT may not fill an atlas, but they do make an intriguing list of locales. Ramirez was born in Venezuela and began his career in technology there as an engineer providing field support in the oil and gas industry before he left his country in 2006. First, […]

Abe Alirez – Duncan and Son Lines

Est. reading time: 4 mins

As Abe Alirez was growing up, he dreamt of driving a truck—hauling loads of freight that help keep the economy going while seeing the U.S. along its highways and byways. Alirez also loved technology. He wasn’t old enough to drive a truck, but he was old—and skilled enough—to repair his friends’ video game systems. For […]

Alex Magdics and Scott Bauer – Majestic Steel USA

Est. reading time: 4 mins

As tech leaders, Alex Magdics and Scott Bauer are both Men of Steel and a Dynamic Duo in their roles at Majestic Steel. Superman and Batman comics aside, they have teamed up to provide technology innovations and solutions for Majestic Steel for more than a decade. Bauer, who was the first full-time IT employee when […]

Anthony Neumann – City of Oshkosh

Est. reading time: 5 mins

One chilly morning in January 2020, Tony Neumann got the call every IT director dreads. Some strange splash screens—also known as boot or welcome screens—were popping up on devices given to employees of the City of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where Neumann has worked since 1999. Before long, staffers couldn’t use their devices. Neumann tried to remote […]

A.J. Brulhardt – Services for the UnderServed

Est. reading time: 4 mins

He’s like a technological first responder to the crisis of homelessness in New York City. “If you tell me the location and give me an address, I’ll come in tomorrow and deliver a fully functional office before the internet provider begins service,” A.J. Brulhardt says. “We keep a healthy stock of equipment and, if someone’s […]

Alan Schomaker – Loyola University New Orleans

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The National Hurricane Center calls it the “cone of uncertainty”—the projected track of a hurricane for five days measured from its current position. New Orleans—and Loyola University—were in the cone of uncertainty eight times in 2020 as three tropical storms and two hurricanes struck Louisiana. That vulnerability to storms, as well as a 45-year-old IBM […]

Aldona K. Valicenti – Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither is a gigabit city. Lots of complexities must be satisfied when laying down a fiber-optic network with its nearly unlimited bandwidth and speed-of-light data transmission. All things considered, the four years-plus that it took to wire Lexington, Kentucky, went about as smoothly as could be expected, says […]

Aaron Fields – St. Ann’s Community

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When Aaron Fields became chief information officer at St. Ann’s Community, he was excited to be part of an organization founded nearly a century and a half ago. His goal was to keep tradition alive at the New York-based senior housing and health services provider—but interweave it with modern technology. He saw that the care […]

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