“Humanity is now living in a pandemic era.” – Dr. Anthony Fauci, White House’s top coronavirus advisor.
It’s been over 6 months since we all learned about the impact of the COVID-19 in the US. More than 1,600 American colleges and universities have revealed at least 88,000 cases and at least 60 deaths since the pandemic began. This webinar will discuss the impact of pandemic short and long term to universities and various methods to stop the spread of this deadly virus.
Ray Jensen served over 40 years as an administrator in higher education. He was on the administrative staff at Bucknell University and Lehigh University in Pennsylvania prior to serving at Arizona State University for over 30 years. At ASU he was the Associate Vice President for Business Services, the University’s Sustainability Officer for Operations and for most of his career was ASU’s chief contracting officer. He was the president of NAEP, served on the governing board for NAEP and the E&I Cooperative Service. He served on the faculty for leadership and management institutes offered by NAEP, EACUBO, and NACAS. He has provided consulting services in organizational modeling for the Cal State University System and a group of nine colleges and universities in NE Ohio, along with operational assessments of procurement and business services at several universities. Ray continues to volunteer in service to not-for-profit organizations. He is a certified independent John Maxwell speaker, trainer, coach and is an Eagle Scout.
Sebastian is Kiana Analytics co-founder and Chief Operating Officer recently included in Gartner’s ”CIO Guide: How Location Services Can Help Mitigate COVID-19 Spread”. He is an entrepreneur, technologist and mentor in mobile software, telecom, networking industries. He was CEO of Metrics Medicus. He had senior roles in mobile networking software and hardware companies at Miraveo, Cisco, and Ardent. Sebastian received his Bachelor of Science in Physics from Stevens Institute of Technology and his Law Degree from Southwestern Law School.