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Kadion Phillips – Oxford Public Schools  

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The role of technology in education has become increasingly important, especially in today’s digital age. As schools strive to provide students with the best possible learning experience, the director of technology plays a crucial role in integrating technology in school districts.   One such visionary is Kadion Phillips, the director of technology for Oxford Public Schools […]

Kader Sakkaria – StudentUplift 

Est. reading time: 4 mins

For many young people, college—especially their first year—can be as stressful as it is exhilarating. They’re often immersed in a perfect storm of living away from home, adjusting to different eating and sleeping habits, establishing new relationships and under pressure to perform academically while avoiding the pitfalls of their newfound independence.   The American College Health […]

Kevin Pudliner – Concurrent Technologies Corp.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

As executive director of Concurrent Technologies Corp.’s Information Technology Division, Kevin Pudliner isn’t always at liberty to talk about his team’s work. He can, however, say they’ve played crucial roles in assisting the U.S. Department of Defense and intelligence agencies analyze data by developing algorithms that can also detect malware attacks. Pudliner and his team […]

Kelleigh Ash – Battle Motors

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It may not be true to say that Battle Motors’ work manufacturing electric vehicles has been more than 75 years in the making. However, Kelleigh Ash says it took acquiring Crane Carrier Co., founded in 1946, to enable Battle Motors to make the heavy truck chassis to incorporate the electric vehicle batteries the company has […]

Kasey Ortoski – Jacobs

Est. reading time: 5 mins

At the start of her career, Kasey Ortoski knew she was helping society as a teacher, spending nearly half a decade imparting knowledge to kindergarteners as well as second and fourth graders. Since leaving the classroom in 2019, she’s found a new way to make an impact—as a contract operations manager handling IT at Jacobs. […]

Kwame Fields – Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Kwame Fields sees it all the time, but it still surprises him. As the chief information security officer and chief diversity officer for FHLBank San Francisco, he cannot believe how many people still use passwords that don’t meet even the basic standard for security. “You can have every piece of cybersecurity infrastructure in place, but […]

Ken Murray – Digital Guardian

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Data is often the lifeblood of a company, meaning it needs to be protected—sometimes even from employees. For instance, lumber company employees working in forests don’t need access to the cost of equipment repairs and customer invoices, though this data is imperative for leadership and accounting. Meanwhile, data-rich organizations like investments banks rely on data […]

Kenneth Ray Jr. – Sam Houston State University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

While Kenneth Ray Jr. may be more at home with a fishing rod or hunting rifle in hand, he’s pretty handy with technology too.  “I’m kind of a different IT person. I’m a rodeo country boy,” he says. “I got into tech for the people. I like to interact with people, and the collaborative nature […]

Kevin Jessiman – Price Industries Ltd.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Except for the grilles on HVAC system vents, the parts and components made by Price Industries Ltd. are usually concealed from view. But whether in sophisticated labs, operating rooms or offices, the diffusers, fan and blower coils, and power and control modules made by Price are crucial for controlling temperatures and air quality in workplaces. […]

Kaytek Przybylski – LifeWorks Ltd.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

John Doe and Jane Smith haven’t been themselves of late—it’s evident in their job performance and their supervisors sense what’s troubling them goes deeper than the workplace. It’s understandable, as they’re emerging from a global pandemic to find inflation at a 40-year high and images of refugees fleeing an invasion filling their TV screens. While […]

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