Features Executive Profiles

Bruce High – Harris County, Texas

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Harris County has a lot of people to protect. With 4.3 million residents, it’s the most populous county in Texas and the third most populous county in the U.S. The county seat, Houston, Texas, is the largest city in Texas and the fourth-largest city in the U.S. While Bruce High, the county’s chief information officer, […]

Bill McCreary – University of Toledo

Est. reading time: 6 mins

On a typical day at University of Toledo, Bill McCreary might find himself meeting about anything from product pricing and network router changes to game development, virtual reality and the management of cadaveric specimens. “I have not found anybody who has a job quite like this at the university level,” says McCreary, vice president, chief […]

Bill Anderson — Saint Michael’s College

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Saint Michael’s College sits on a pristine 440-acre campus just outside of Burlington in Colchester, Vermont. Since 1904 the small liberal arts and sciences school has served students within a close-knit community. Saint Michael’s is currently home to 2,000 undergrads and more than 500 commuter and graduate students. With an 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio, Saint Michael’s […]

Bernie Castro – Cumberland County College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Bernie Castro began his career in information technology while he was still pursuing his undergraduate degree in business management at William Paterson University in New Jersey. Working as a student technology consultant, Castro trained faculty on various educational technology tools to be applied in the classrooms. It was at this position that Castro found his […]

Bill Greeves – Wake County, North Carolina

Est. reading time: 5 mins

From the standpoint of organization and funding alone, local governance can seem impossible. After all, towns and cities tackle everything from running public schools and maintaining transportation systems to creating landfills. But somehow, every county finds solutions, and increasingly, many of the solutions are based in technology. Case in point? Wake County, North Carolina. With […]

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