Kyle Jones – Florence 1 Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

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 […]

Kenyatta Powers Rucker – Maryland Department of Human Services

Est. reading time: 4 mins

This was no ordinary day in the classes at a Baltimore County family life center. Not with 100 students and their parents learning how to build a PC and writing code. Not with IT professionals from the public and private sector volunteering to teach and share their experiences about careers in IT. The event was […]

Katrina Biscay – University of Cincinnati

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Playing orchestral music is a demanding, nuanced task, involving dozens of musicians to stay on-time and on-tune. But doing that remotely? With the added difficulty of poor internet connections and Zoom awkwardness? Katrina Biscay admits she hasn’t yet discovered how University of Cincinnati students and music professors can bridge the gap between virtual and real […]

Kevan Williamson – Georgia’s Own Credit Union

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The gap between infotech and business grows narrower at the very aptly named Georgia’s Own Credit Union. It could soon be little more than a crack, with Kevan Williamson fronting initiatives to better integrate the departments. Automation tops the to-do list at the Peach State’s third largest credit union, he tells Toggle in May from […]

Ken Adams – Miles & Stockbridge

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Working in a Baltimore law firm nearly 90 years old, Ken Adams can appreciate its longstanding legal traditions as it advises clients in areas such as health care, real estate, education and finance. However, as CIO for Miles & Stockbridge, Adams says tradition only goes so far in his work. For nearly 25 years, he’s […]

Kyle Brumbaugh – Redwood City School District

Est. reading time: 4 mins

During Kyle Brumbaugh’s first job teaching 9th grade geography at Capuchino High School in San Bruno, California, he noticed his students struggled to engage with the material. So he did something unusual for the time. Using grant money, Brumbaugh purchased “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego,” an educational video game including photos from National […]

Kenny Mullican – Paragon Films

Est. reading time: 4 mins

That’s a wrap. Actually, at Paragon Films, it’s more than one wrap, because the company manufactures rolls of films and stretch wraps used to contain and protect pallets of goods during shipping and storage. As Kenny Mullican learned when he became CIO at Paragon Films in 2013, those wraps can be made to protect against […]

Kevin Blankenship – Volunteer State Community College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

While growing up in a small town southwest of Louisville, Kentucky, with little more than a post office and one store, Kevin Blankenship envisioned himself in a world far away. Drawn to fantasy, Romantic literature and poetry, he was enchanted by tales of the Knights of the Round Table in Malory’s “Le Morte d’Arthur,” and […]

Ken Stanwood – WiLAN

Est. reading time: 4 mins

They made a movie about this once—sort of. In the 1966 sci-fi film “Fantastic Voyage,” a team of scientists, led by Stephen Boyd and Raquel Welch, explored a man’s bloodstream in a submarine reduced to microscopic size. While no one at the University of Saskatchewan and its partner company can shrink submarines and a crew […]

Karen Warren – Wesleyan University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Guiding IT at a small institution that delivers big results is not what Karen Warren expected as an undergraduate English major. Now it’s a point of pride for Warren as deputy CIO at Wesleyan University. In helping meet the needs of faculty, students and administration, Warren emphasizes resourcefulness and practicality—this in keeping with the history […]


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