What Are CTO Clinics?
CTO Clinics are educational technology leadership events supported by Learn21 Ohio CoSN . A CTO Clinics bring together Ohio K-16 technology professionals to learn and network on the latest leadership and management challenges.
2020 CTO CLinic
OETC - EdTech Leadership Breakfast
February 12th, 2020 from 8am-9:30m
Location: Columbus Convention Center - Eisenman Rm
400 N High St, Columbus, OH 43215
Cost is Free - You MUST Register
Highlights of the event include
Speakers on Cybersecurity
Leadership roundtable - networking opportunity
Honor our colleagues - 2019 CETL awards
This free breakfast is made possible by your colleagues from Learn21 Ohio CoSN.
Learn21 Ohio CoSN is focused on supporting the work of Ohio educational technology leaders: technology directors/ctos/coordinators.
We are a chapter of the larger national CoSN organization.
OETC-EdTech Breakfast Speakers
Practice Lead, Remediation Services, TrustedSec
Paul is a lifelong hacker with experience moving forward a wide range of businesses, including SMBs and enterprise clients. He was the Senior Executive responsible for Information Technology at Vitamix, a manufacturer and marketer of high-end blending products for both the food service industry and the consumer market. While at Vitamix, Paul built a world-class IT organization and developed that organization to support a 500M global enterprise. Paul has held roles including business owner, senior network engineer, manager, and product development engineer. He co-founded Bow Tie Medical and was their interim COO. He received his MBA from Case Western Reserve University and his undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the University of Akron.
Manager of Software Development and Support, Binary Defense
Jim Kennedy is the Manager of Software Development and Support for Binary Defense, a leading provider of Managed EDR and security services. Prior to that Jim was the Senior Engineer for a large urban school district in Ohio. Security has always been his passion and he has long been a proponent of the principle that a properly run network can be secure, fully functional for the users and that this can be done relatively inexpensively. Jim used this passion to make his district one of the most secure in Ohio while still maintaining a high level of user satisfaction. Since establishing these methods Jim has been an active speaker locally, nationally and internationally sharing his methods at conferences and local training sessions for districts.