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Friday, May 17 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Six Sigma Green Belt - Project recaps

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District leaders approach information security and student data privacy from a variety of perspectives.  Comments such as, "It's important but it isn't a high priority", "It won't happen here", "Are you sure you're not being paranoid?", and "I understand what you're saying but I must have administrative access," illustrate the diversity of approaches. This session discusses strategies to transform your district leaders from skeptics or reluctant partners, into stalwart supporters of your security program.  

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Adela Dickey

Director of Technology, Northwest Allen County Schools
Adela started at NACS as a high school math and computer science teacher when the district served about 3600 students. As the technology needs of the district grew along with NACS itself, the district named her as their first technology director. NACS now serves over 7500 students... Read More →
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Bruce Johnson

Chief Technology Officer, Plymouth Community School Corporation

Tom Ashley

CTO, Huntington County Schools

Don Chase

Southwest Allen County Schools

Friday May 17, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Carmel VI

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