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Don Wolff – Portland Public Schools

Est. reading time: 5 mins

It’s been a long time coming, but students in Oregon’s Portland Public Schools—particularly those in the Northeast Albina District—will finally get the technology they deserve, thanks to the passage of the largest capital bond in the state’s history last November. During the past century, the city endured its fair share of racial strife, and Portland […]

John Ellinger – Bowling Green State University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It’s been years since John Ellinger’s been to class, but there’s no doubt he and his IT team were tested in 2020 at Bowling Green State University. In his more than 30 years of IT experience at the university level, he’s built events management systems from scratch and guided cloud migrations for campus operations and […]

Albert Stadler – Crowder College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Albert Stadler remembers the day in 2019 when he got a phone call from nearby Crowder College. It had been hit by a crippling ransomware attack. In no time, Stadler, then the CIO at Missouri Southern State University, was on his way to help assess the damage. Stadler’s reputation as the “go-to guy” in the […]

David Heineck – La Salle Catholic College Preparatory

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Enter to learn, leave to serve. So the students are taught at La Salle Catholic College Preparatory in Milwaukie, Oregon. A private co-ed high school under the auspices of the Archbishop of Portland, its curriculum is demanding for students drawn from nearly 100 grammar and junior high schools throughout the Portland, Oregon, metro area. La […]

Michael Milo – Catholic Memorial School

Est. reading time: 4 mins

All good football coaches do several things to prepare for their team’s next game. They study their opponent’s players, watch game film and prepare a game plan. Then, during each game, they adjust on the fly. Michael Milo has been a football player or coach since he was 9, growing up outside of Boston. Now, […]

Avery Ma – Primrose Schools

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Ask Avery Ma what he envisions in classrooms filled with young students and he might answer that he sees them swimming with dolphins or frolicking with whales—even if the classroom is in arid Arizona. Making this happen won’t require thousands of gallons of seawater or scuba suits and flippers for teachers and students, not with […]

Cheryl Cato – Texas A&M University

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The year was 1999, and it was the eve of the big football game between Texas A&M University and the University of Texas. In the lead-up to the game, 58 students were building the annual bonfire when the unthinkable happened around 2:40 a.m.: the 59-foot tower of 5,000 logs collapsed, killing 12 students. News of […]

Leonard De Botton – Berkeley College

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Berkeley College Senior Vice President and CIO Leonard De Botton understands the importance of preparation and people. Speaking with Toggle in early November 2020, De Botton was in the middle of helping neighbors react to an upcoming storm that didn’t turn into a hurricane but brought up memories of Hurricane Sandy. Given the area’s history […]

David Hasbany – Salem School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

During an IT career that began in the last years of the Reagan presidency, and took him from city hall to prestigious prep schools that educated future presidents, there’s little that David Hasbany hasn’t helped automate or improve. Whether it’s storing municipal tax records once relegated to dusty file cabinets or building the digital network […]

Luis Enrique Gómez Sutti – Universidad Panamericana

Est. reading time: 4 mins

As Universidad Panamericana grows, you can count Luis Enrique Gómez Sutti among school leaders with big expectations for the role it will play in higher education in Mexico. As manager of the IT infrastructure at the university’s Mexico City campus, Gómez Sutti wants no less than for Universidad Panamericana to be as an Ivy League […]


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