Cesar A. Morales
Technologist | Advocate | Mentor
The digital world permeates our daily life. As the underlying technology becomes more sophisticated and pervasive, tech jobs will continue to dominate the overall workforce. Early digital education is the key.
Cesar Morales is a Technology Director with over 20 years of experience. He is a tech career advocate with a passion for empowering the youth of our community with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a career in technology. As an IT professional, he is often invited to share his IT perspective at local colleges, high schools, and community organizations. He is also a frequent local radio/television guest speaker sharing his expertise on a wide variety of tech topics.
Cesar is the founder of “Launch Your Tech Career” - a social network group that highlights emerging technologies and IT career tips. He is the founder of “Kids Tech Talk” podcast series where children are inspired to be tech makers, not just consumers. He is also the founder of CAM Technology Scholarship designed to increase the proportion of minorities in STEM careers.
Outside of work, Cesar is active member of his community supporting a number of local organizations including Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland and Salem. He is the recipient of the 2019 Big Brother of the Year.
Technology Director, AmeriHealth Caritas
Over 20 years of experience in healthcare technology
2019 Big Brother of the Year for BBBS of Cumberland and Salem
Mentor and Board Member at Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Cumberland and Salem
Founder of the annual "CAM Technology Scholarship"
Founder of "Launch Your Tech Career" community social page
and "Kids Tech Talk" Podcast
Program Advisory Member (Business/Technology)
Local SJ Radio/TV guest speaker advocating IT career and highlighting emerging technologies
2020 Hispanic Heritage Award
Certified Professional Health Information and Management Systems
University of Maryland graduate, Management Information Systems
Real estate property investor/property management
Community supporter, volunteer, and technology career coach