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Casey Foulds Has Made the SC Conference Her Passion Project

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Currently an Enterprise Project Manager with The University of Texas at Dallas’ Office of Information Technology, Casey Foulds is all about keeping institutions organized and on track. As a certified Project Management Professional (meaning she can lead projects in almost any industry) and with a degree in political science and government, she also knows a thing or two about managing multiple, sometimes conflicting, projects along with the personalities who are part of them. 

For more than five years, Foulds has been an integral part of the SC Conference, especially with SCinet. As SCinet Management Team Executive Director (starting in 2020) and Project Management Team Chair (2018-2020), she has led efforts to coordinate the network’s project managers across all teams and direct activities for nearly 200 program volunteers annually. This year, Foulds brought her pr

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Casey’s connection to the SC Conference is just one thing that makes her proud to say, “I Am HPC.”


Casey Foulds

Enterprise Project Manager, The University of Texas at Dallas

Q: What single event most made you realize you wanted a career in HPC/computing?

Foulds: I was invited to project manage the XNet group [SCinet experimental network] to help drive cutting-edge network projects for SC18, and I was hooked!

Q: What do you consider your biggest contribution to the HPC/computing community?

Foulds: I have served on various committees with SCinet and the SC Committee in both project management and management roles.

Q: What would you like to see change about, within, or among the HPC/computing community?

Foulds: Waiting on the next big, featured thing. I can’t say what that [thing] is because I am not a subject matter expert, but I know that change drives innovation.

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