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April 25, 2013 Meeting Information
The Difference Managers and Leaders Technically Speaking
Dave Reilly recently moved from Alaska to his home state of Wisconsin after serving Technology Departments for several school districts scattered across the state. Dave's presentation will include video clips and photos of his experiences in Alaska as well as a few artifacts from his experiences there. Dave's topic of discussion is one of which he is quite passionate. "Many people have been about managing technology departments into a state of decay. Leadership is all about innovation, discernment of the future, and professional development of the organization." Dave's presentation will include recent research that will help the forward-thinking technology leader in their practice.
About our Speaker:
Dave Reilly recently served as the IT Operations Director for the Wisconsin Indianhead Lakeshore Mid-State Technical College Consortium providing data center services to its three colleges. Prior to his service for the consortium, Dave lived and worked in Alaska for over 20 years. He served the Alaska Society of Technology in Education as President in 2007
and charter member of the Alaska Distance Learning Partnership. Dave's mission has always been to model, motivate and mentor technological expertise and integration in life and learning.
On October 6, 2004, Dave represented Alaska at the Federal Communications Commission Symposium on Broadband Connectivity and Education as one of only 12 participants that ultimately led to an Internship with the office of Inter-Governmental Affairs at the Commission. Dave has represented Alaska’s unique position on the globe technologically, reliance upon telecommunications for education, and necessity of E-Rate funding for under-served student learners.
Dave Reilly has been Executive Director of Technology and Information for the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District, Director of Technology for Northwest Arctic Borough School District, Lower Yukon School District, Yupiit School District, and Technology Coordinator for Dillingham City School District, and Denali Borough School District. Under Dave’s leadership, significant technology additions had been made to foster communication inside and outside the district including development and deployment of a satellite-based Wide Area Networks. Dave’s commitment to The Enterprise Technology Trilogy of Reliability, Robustness and Industry Best Practices is buttressed by his four square approach which includes System Updates, Backups, Antivirus Solutions, and Application Delivery.
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