Mark Fischer is a cloud architect at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. Mark has 20 years of experience in the technology space, starting with a foundation in building early web applications, through the Web 2.0 craze, and on to today’s API and microservices driven architectures. Along the way he’s been bringing automation to the infrastructure side of things, and has been helping to lead the University of Arizona’s cloud migration since 2015.
He’s the lucky husband to Angela and father of two crazy little girls. One of these days he will get his woodworking hobby off the ground.
Angela Jennings graduated from Northern Arizona University in 2003 with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy, and has been happily working at Simons’ Physical Therapy since 2008. She has worked in hospitals (including TMC & El Dorado), skilled nursing facilities and outpatient clinics. This gives her a broad perspective on rehabilitation throughout all of its phases after a serious injury or illness. Her current focus is on gait, balance and fall prevention. Angela has taken continuing education classes in myofascial release, strain/counterstrain, falls & balance, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo and cervical mobilization for headaches. She is married with 2 young daughters and a mini poodle. She enjoys knitting stuffed animals for her girls and baby blankets for charities.