Paul Fisher – Seton Hall University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

For someone who hasn’t taken a class there in 25 years, Paul Fisher sure knows a lot about how Seton Hall University educates its students. As the university’s associate CIO, he should. From his days of helping to develop one of the first 1:1 laptop programs in the U.S. to assisting Seton Hall quickly shift […]

Patrick Jones – Valley Park School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

During his days as an elementary school physical education teacher, Patrick Jones found he needed more than a gym to get his point across. So, in a move that was unusual at the time, he created web pages and PowerPoint presentations. While that led to a promotion, it wasn’t the one he was looking for. […]

Paul Arguinchona – Frontier Behavioral Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

He’s helped eastern Washington state agencies deliver medical and behavioral health services to some of the region’s most vulnerable people for more than 20 years. But as CIO for Frontier Behavioral Health, Paul Arguinchona faced even greater challenges when COVID-19 struck in 2020. He and his staff suddenly had to set up remote operations and […]

Phillip Winder – State of Delaware

Est. reading time: 5 mins

When the COVID-19 outbreak hit Delaware’s prison system in 2020, prior work updating technology and electronic medical records at the Department of Correction—including a module that would aid in contact tracing—allowed for a swift response to quarantine-positive cases. It was welcomed relief at a time of crisis, says Phillip Winder, chief of information technology at […]

Peiman Navid – The Bradford Group

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Noted for its array of sentimental collectibles sure to tug heartstrings on holidays—especially Christmas, Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day—The Bradford Group knows what drives emotions. Could be Thomas Kinkade artistry, always popular around the Yuletide. Could be personalized jewelry for Valentine’s Day, or a music box for mom or grandma come Mother’s Day. And for […]

Pat Lowe – Jack Cooper Investments Inc.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

On they roll, clattering and even bouncing as the rigs fill a lane on the highway. The shiny new cargo—the latest cars and trucks headed to a showroom or dealer’s lot—may draw wishful glances from passing drivers. The rigs may even cause a bit of white knuckling as trailers haul a half-dozen vehicles stacked on […]

Peter Parsan – Region of Peel

Est. reading time: 5 mins

While the systems were functioning quite capably when Peter Parsan assumed the role of director of information technology solutions at a Canadian municipality in April 2019, his bosses saw a growing need to use IT to foster more efficiencies and service improvements for the Region of Peel northwest of Toronto. Among other priorities, Parsan was […]

Paul Holmen – Revolution Lighting Technologies

Est. reading time: 5 mins

For Paul Holmen, director of Information Technology with Revolution Lighting Technologies, learning about technology was a lifetime process that started while watching his father work in IT. “Learning about that space at a very young age helped me gain a phenomenal amount of enterprise infrastructure experience” he says. Now director of IT for Revolution Lighting […]

Philip Raker – Best Line Equipment

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s not the type of theft that evokes images of a high-speed chase with screeching sirens and flashing lights. But picture, if you will, someone attempting to steal something like a 6,000-pound skidsteer, typically used for excavation. It’s hard to imagine these large pieces of construction machinery being pilfered off the job site under the […]

Pierre-Andre “Pete” Vungoc – LXRandCo

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Maybe it’s the handbag you always wanted. Maybe it’s the hottest accessory in this year’s designer fashions. Either way, it’s pricey; way beyond your budget as it shimmers in a store window or as an elusive online image instead of over your shoulder. But it may not be that elusive as recommerce takes hold, matching […]


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Spring I 2024



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