Features Directors of IT

Sean Greer – City and County of Denver 

Est. reading time: 5 mins

So, Sean Greer is asked to assess his five rather whirlwind years as director of information technology.  “It’s been one changing urgency and crisis from the next,” the affable Greer tells Toggle from his Mile High City office in April. “COVID, the vaccinations, the return to work, the homeless and migrant crisis. And here we […]

Eric Tenfelde – City of Chicago

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The IT director of a major American city plays a crucial role in ensuring the smooth functioning and advancement of technology systems and services within the city’s infrastructure. This demanding position requires a deep understanding of various technologies, including software and hardware systems, cybersecurity measures, network infrastructure and data management. Luckily for the City of […]

Chris Brown – Sumner County School District 

Est. reading time: 5 mins

In a world where information is easily accessible at the click of a button, the role of technology in education has become more vital than ever before. As students navigate a digital landscape filled with endless resources and opportunities for learning, educators are embracing technology as a powerful tool to enhance the educational experience.   Technology […]

Donnita Weeks – City of Bowling Green, KY 

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Donnita Weeks, the director of information technology at the City of Bowling Green, KY, rose to the challenge and was an important figure in safeguarding the city’s technological landscape, particularly during the aftermath of the devastating tornadoes that struck the region in late 2021. Her unwavering commitment to preparedness, safety and accessibility has ensured the […]

Ray Fantone – Richland School District TWO

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The intersection of technology and K-12 education is a captivating story that unfolds with endless possibilities and promises of transformation. As educators and students navigate the evolving landscape, technology has revolutionized classrooms, opening doors to exciting opportunities and challenging traditional norms.  As the director of information technology—business systems for Richland School District TWO in South […]

Matt Letizia – Castle Group

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The IT department’s internal email goes out weekly to Castle Group’s personnel throughout Florida, often spotlighting a current event as a reminder that cyber defense is a collective responsibility. Among the topics recently discussed was the cyberattack suffered by MGM Resorts International, which resulted in a third-quarter loss of $100 million. This incident underscored a […]

Tony Gonzalez – City of New Braunfels, TX

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Six months after joining the City of New Braunfels, Texas, in 2018 as its director of information technology, Tony Gonzalez was brought into a meeting where an idea was presented to replace the city’s enterprise resource planning system. Understanding this project was going to have a price tag of $1.5 million to $2 million, Gonzalez […]

Craig McBeath – City of Bloomington

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Craig McBeath earned a promotion to director of information technology for the City of Bloomington, Illinois, just as the COVID-19 pandemic hit. And his first task was keeping the city’s services up and running as the whole country was shutting down. Located in central Illinois, roughly two hours southwest of Chicago, Bloomington is home to […]

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 […]

Jalen Byford – Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services

Est. reading time: 5 mins

For months, tacked above Jalen Byford’s desk at the Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services was a huge map of Oklahoma that he got from the state tourism department. Byford had plastered it with pushpins and Post-it notes denoting places where he had already installed technicians as well as places where he still needed […]


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