Jim Lewis retired from DXC Technology (formerly EDS, HP, and HPE) in 2019 after 40 plus years in the IT industry. He spent several years in computer operations and system engineering and eventually moved to sales and account leadership. In addition to managing client relationships, his responsibilities included client delivery, sales, contracts, people care, financials, as well as overall management for IT transformation programs in the financial services and retail sectors. Some of Jim’s customers included Bank of America, Walmart, GM, and Luxottica. Jim graduated high school from Gettysburg Area High school and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in public administration from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. He and his wife Jen currently reside in Lancaster, PA and are both volunteers for the Master Watershed Steward program. In 2021, Jim joined Penn State Extension as the coordinator for the Lower Susquehanna region of the Master Watershed Steward program, which is comprised of Lancaster, Lebanon, and Dauphin County. In his spare time Jim enjoys time with his grandchildren, cycling, and golf.