“Status Go” podcast celebrates its 200th episode! Over the last four years, this podcast has brought you weekly insights into driving change in your organization. Together we have explored cloud, cyber security & resilience, and innovation. In this special episode, Jonathan Lerner, the CEO and President of InterVision, joins the host Jeff Ton to reflect on the journey and share his perspective on the last four years in tech, where we have been, and where we are going. Listeners can also expect a walk down memory lane as snippets from a few of the prior episodes are played, including thought-provoking conversations with industry leaders such as Dr. Ashwin Ballal, EVP and CIO of Medalia, and Steve Johns, CEO of OneCause. Don’t miss this milestone episode as we celebrate with Status Go!
Episode Reference Links:
- Episode 142: Creating a Competitive Differentiation Around Strategy, ft. Jonathan Lerner
- Episode 40: Eliminating IT, ft. Dr. Ashwin Ballal
- Episode 190: Fearless – Leadership at the Crossroads, ft. Steve Johns
- Episode 86: Proactive Leadership, ft. Steve Johns
- Episode 82: Race in Tech | Reducing Isolation, ft. Cynthia Billops
- Episode 39: What it Means to be Cloud First, ft. John Gray
- Episode 183: Measuring Performance – Cybersecurity, ft. Adam Scamihorn
About Jonathan Lerner
A visionary leader, Jonathan thrives on pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, transforming business through the evolutionary power of leading-edge technology.
Jonathan has spent the last two decades inspiring high-performance teams to define market differentiating strategies that deliver operational excellence and drive profitable revenue growth. His executive leadership spans multiple industries including financial services, capital markets, technology services, professional and managed services, retail, logistics, distribution, public sector, and telecom.
A dual, American and Canadian Citizen, Jonathan earned an MBA in International Business at Bentley University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Jonathan and his wife Michelle have made Atlanta their home for 25 years, along with their 3 children: Matthew, Josh and Olivia. Jonathan serves as an advisor and a Host Committee member for Heroes for Hope, and HOPE Atlanta, dedicated to eliminating poverty and homelessness.
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