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September 26, 2023

Apogee to Showcase  ResNet at EDUCAUSE 2023 Annual Conference Oct. 9 through Oct. 12 in Chicago, Ill. 

Who: Apogee, a leading managed technology services provider focused solely on higher education, is exhibiting in Booth 1438 at the EDUCAUSE 2023 Annual Conference. Apogee executives will join other industry thought leaders to network, share ideas, grow professionally, and discover solutions to advance higher education through the use of IT. 

Apogee leaders who will attend the conference include Matt Loecke, executive vice president; Mike Rose, vice president of cloud services and application development; Pete Casanave, vice president of product; and David Hinson, campus chief information officer.  

EDUCAUSE members and guests, exhibitors, and conference sponsors will be in Chicago for this conference.   


The EDUCAUSE Annual Conference is a premier higher ed IT event that brings together campus IT professionals and technology providers from around the country to share the latest trends in higher ed technology, provide numerous networking opportunities, and access to nearly 250 innovative technology solution providers.  

David Hinson will participate in an educational session entitled “What’s Next? Beyond the CIO Role.” In this session, higher ed IT leaders will discuss how their careers transitioned beyond the CIO role along with the opportunities and challenges of the transition. The panelists will address how IT leadership provides exposure and knowledge of a broad scope of areas outside of IT that may lead to opportunities to take on additional or new roles. Session attendees will learn how to leverage these experiences into leadership positions with responsibilities outside of higher ed IT leadership, a.k.a. going “Beyond CIO.” 

Panelists include: 


Apogee Booth Exhibit Hours: 

Educational Session: What’s Next: Beyond the CIO Role



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