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Schad Meldrum – City of Oklahoma City

Est. reading time: 4 mins

As the director of information technology for the City of Oklahoma City, Schad Meldrum is the chief architect of technological progress within the municipal government. With his extensive expertise and visionary leadership, Meldrum leads the way in revolutionizing how technology is leveraged to optimize the efficiency and effectiveness of various municipal operations.  At the helm […]

Sandra Patricia Gonzalez Hernandez – Javer

Est. reading time: 5 mins

To build a house, a solid foundation is necessary. The same principle holds for constructing a company that builds homes. This is the philosophy embraced by Sandra Patricia Gonzalez Hernandez, who has devoted more than 11 years to strengthening the infotech foundation at Javer, helping the company affirm its status as a leading homebuilder in […]

Stephen Hunt – Queen’s University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Several years ago, Stephen Hunt fielded a complaint from someone who needed to access a building with some engineering labs at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He told them to call someone on his IT staff. That’s because getting such passcodes is part of the services Hunt and his team provide as he leads IT […]

Sarah Slipetz – Rush University System for Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

How it helps to know the nuances of a profession before transitioning to a supportive role. So says Sarah Slipetz who spent the early years of her career as a registered nurse, getting a clogs-on-the-floor look at how inefficiencies were built into almost any healthcare system. Her colleagues and patients deserved better, she says. “I’ll […]

Steve Mooney – Truity Credit Union

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When the Jane Phillips Sorority Credit Union was founded in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, in 1939, members could open savings accounts with a quarter and borrow up to $50 in an unsecured loan. Back then, Treasurer Mildred Hunt handled credit union business at her desk at Phillips Petroleum Co. at lunch or after hours, too. Times have […]

Scott Charles – T-Systems International

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Ransomware attacks on hospitals can be devastating, and despite healthcare organizations’ escalating spending on security, cyberattacks targeting patients’ information are becoming more common. In fact, a recent study from the University of California, San Diego, concluded that healthcare cyberattacks should be treated as regional disasters. Because healthcare organizations are facing such rising security costs and […]

Sherry Lawdermilt – Bemidji State University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

People may say don’t fix what’s not broken, but that isn’t Sherry Lawdermilt’s motto. “Technology doesn’t always need to be solving a problem,” says the chief information officer at Bemidji State University. “It can also just make life easier or open up new avenues.” For instance, each semester, students at BSU, located in Minnesota, pay […]

Shawn Miller – Terumo Americas Holding Inc.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Science- and logic-minded since boyhood, Shawn Miller figures he made the right choice long ago by opting for technology instead of, say, chemistry.  “Chemistry doesn’t change anywhere near the pace of infotech,” Miller muses. “H2O is always water, H2SO4 is always sulfuric acid, but there’s always something new in our field. It’s constantly evolving and […]

Scott Morrow – York Catholic District School Board

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Talk to straight A students and they’ll tell you that acing last semester’s report card won’t mean much if their next is marked with C’s.  The same principle applies with Scott Morrow’s new oversight of the infotech infrastructure at the York Catholic District School Board in central Ontario. Morrow having sustained some of his predecessor’s […]

Shane Simmons – South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce

Est. reading time: 5 mins

While Shane Simmons knew the demand for cybersecurity analysts  was high, he didn’t predict how many people would be interested in the career path. Earlier this year, 86 people applied for 10 spots in an internship program that he created with the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce.  Simmons, the organization’s chief information office […]

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