Nicole has a wealth of experience from her previous career with Ernst & Young, Whittman Hart and MarchFirst consulting firms. Nicole is also active in giving back to the community, serving as a Trustee on the Board of The Academy, a STEM high school that services a large population of underserved youth. Micro Biz Coach® works with micro and small business owners to identify strategies that ensure a successful business start-up or boost a veteran business’s bottom line. She also serves as Chair of their Business Advisory Council. Nicole is a member of the Ohio TechAngel Fund, the 2nd largest Angel Investor Network in the United States. Nicole enjoys the outdoors and has a passion for increasing the number of Women and Girls in the STEM disciplines. As a management consultant, she worked with several Fortune 500 clients including Sprint and Nationwide Insurance. Micro Biz Coach® also focuses on educating the micro and small business owner to leverage internet technology in order to compete with larger businesses. Nicole Washington, Renowned Serial Entrepreneur, Innovator, Executive, Management Consultants
Nicole Washington, owner of Micro Biz Coach® and Nicole’s Naturals®, is an entrepreneur in the technology and food & beverage industries.
3 and a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Computer Society. Prior to joining CA Technologies, Gabby was program director for the IBM Centers for Advanced Studies (CAS), where he was responsible for developing and adapting the collaborative research model for IBM worldwide. Gabriel Silberman is Senior Vice President and Director of CA Labs. Gabriel Silberman, International Top Researcher and Innovating Senior Executive
Dr. Gabby joined CA Technologies and established CA Labs in 2005. He was a visiting professor at Carnegie Mellon University, and serves on academic advisory boards at several universities and research institutes around the world. Watson Research Center where he led exploratory and development efforts, including work in the Deep Blue chess project. Gabby began his career in academia as a faculty member in computer science at the Technion — Israel Institute of Technology. He is also a member of the International Federation of Information Processing Working Group 10. His experience in academic and industrial research has contributed to the success of the collaborative model of exploration into emerging and disruptive technologies. Previously, Gabby was a manager and researcher at IBM’s T. Gabby was a Council Member-at-Large of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and serves on editorial boards as well as conference organizing and technical program committees. He is responsible for building CA Technologies research and innovation capacity across the business.
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Elizabeth has dedicated her consulting career to enabling strategic transformation for both retail and health organizations by designing and implementing efficient and effective technology and operational solutions. Prior to joining Oliver Wyman, she worked as a management consultant for Accenture where she specialized in healthcare transformation. Chat with Elizabeth Southerlan, Global Expert on Strategy, EA, Transformation, Operations Improvement
Elizabeth Southerlan works as an Associate for strategy and management consulting firm Oliver Wyman; she is based out of the firm’s New York City office. Elizabeth has worked in-depth with major retail and healthcare institutions in North America, on engagements in a range of areas including corporate strategy, enterprise transformation, analytic capability and enablement and operations improvement.
Leon is a member of a number of professional societies and has been active in many different positions in the Dutch Computer Society (NGI) since 1988, including member of the Board for five years, and in the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) since 1994, including a vice-presidency and in August 2009, he was honourably elected as president for the 2010-2013 term. Currently he is the chair of the WITFOR International Steering Committee and Chair of the WCF International Advisory Board. His work also links to the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). Currently his main jobs are advancing business continuity and crisis management arrangements with the key players in the payments and securities clearing and settlement processes in the financial sector in the Netherlands, and liaising between the financial sector and the government concerning critical infrastructure protection programs. Leon Strous: President International Federation for Information Processing, Chair IAB World CIO Forum, Chair ISC WITFOR, Senior IT Auditor Netherlands Central Bank
Since 1993, Leon Strous has been with the De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB), which is the central (or national) bank of the Netherlands, in different positions as IT auditor in the internal audit department, and as overseer in the oversight department of the cash and payments division, focusing on the security of payment systems.
An ICT professional for more than two decades, Mr. Anthony Wong, ACS President, SEARCC President, CEO AGW Consulting, Past CIO, Leading Top-Ranking International Lawyer, Executive and Authority in Business and IT
Mr. Wong assists organizations with information and technology strategies, eCommerce, IT governance and compliance, privacy, technology licensing and intellectual property matters. He was founding president of the NZ Society for Computers and Law and is a member of the International Technology Law Association and the NSW Law Society. Anthony Wong is the January 2010 newly elected President of the Australian Computer Society (ACS), and September 2010 newly elected President of the South-East Asia Regional Computer Confederation (SEARCC). A qualified lawyer, accredited IT Disputes Mediator and an ex-CIO, Mr. Wong has held senior management roles in multinationals and government. Wong is the Chief Executive of a multidisciplinary ICT, Intellectual Property Legal and Consulting Practice, AGW Consulting Pty Ltd and has served as Chairman of ACS NSW for the past four years.
He joined the Internet Society in 2011 to assume the position of Vice-President in charge of public policy. Markus joined the United Nations in 2004, after holding the positions as eEnvoy of the Swiss Foreign Ministry, during the first phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). In 2013, he was asked by the United Nations to chair the preparatory process for the annual meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) held in Bali, Indonesia. Markus Kummer, Senior Vice-President, The Internet Society; Top-Ranking Internet, Governance and Policy Authority
Markus Kummer is the Internet Society’s Senior Vice-President, a role completing in 2014. Previously, he worked for the United Nations as Executive Coordinator of the Working Group on Internet Governance and subsequently of the Secretariat supporting the Internet Governance Forum. He served as a career diplomat in several functions in the Swiss Foreign Ministry and was posted in Lisbon, Vienna, Oslo, Geneva and Ankara.
David has been part of the agile and lean methodology movement since 1997 when he participated in the team that developed Feature Driven Development at United Overseas Bank in Singapore. He has written or co-authored many articles and papers and is best known for his Agile Management blog. His first book, “Agile Management for Software Engineering – Applying the Theory of Constraints for Business Results”, published in 2003 by Prentice Hall, introduced many ideas from Lean and Theory of Constraints into software engineering. As a pioneer in the agile software movement David has managed teams at Sprint, Motorola and Corbis delivering superior productivity and quality. Most recently, David co-authored a Technical Note from the Software Engineering Institute titled, “CMMI and Agile: Why not embrace both. At Microsoft in 2005, he developed the MSF for CMMI Process Improvement methodology – the first agile method to provide a comprehensive mapping to the Capability and Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) from the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). David is a popular and entertaining conference speaker. David Anderson, International Pioneering Top Authority in Agile, Lean, Kanban Methodology and CMMI
David Anderson is CEO of David J. In David’s more recent book, “Kanban: Successful Evolutionary Change for Your Technology Business”, he pioneers the Kanban Method for knowledge work. Anderson & Associates, based in Seattle, Washington, a management consulting firm dedicated to improving leadership in the IT and software development sectors.
He leads the software engineering team responsible for Windows HPC Server and the Parallel Computing Platform. He has been at Microsoft for 19 years and was most recently the general manager for Windows HPC Server. Previously he has worked in test, development and program management roles on a variety of server products, including Microsoft Exchange Server, Small Business Server, BackOffice Server, Windows Server and, for a change of pace, Windows Mobile for Smartphones. Ryan Waite: Partner Director of Development for Technical Computing, Past General Manager for Windows HPC Server, Microsoft Corp. His passions involve simplifying complex tools for use by the general computing community; Small Business Server allowed small businesses to harness the same types of server technologies previously used solely by large corporations, and Windows HPC Server is bringing cluster-based supercomputing to scientists, researchers and engineers who would have before found setting up, programming and using a cluster a daunting task. Ryan Waite is the partner director of development for Technical Computing at Microsoft Corp.
Friedman began his career as a computer operator at North American Aviation on one of the first large mainframe computers. In addition, he is a standing ad hoc member of Dow’s global and regional ethics and compliance committees. From there, he moved on to Northrop Corporation as a computer auditor. In 1974, he became a consultant for the public accounting firm Coopers & Lybrand, using computers to assist attorneys in evidence collection. Gregory Grocholski International President, Howard “Bud” Friedman Founding Pioneer, ISACA
International President Gregory Grocholski, CISA, is corporate auditor at The Dow Chemical Company, where he is responsible for independently assessing the adequacy of accounting, financial, operating and technology controls of Dow’s global operations. In this role, Grocholski has responsibility for corporate auditing, fraud investigative services and contract auditing. He is a board member of the Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, Vice President of Michigan Baseball Operations and a member of Northwood University’s Accounting Advisory Council. He has been chair of ISACA’s Finance Committee, Assurance Committee and Knowledge Board, and member of ISACA’s Audit Committee, Professional Influence and Advocacy Committee, and Professional Issues Task Force. Currently, he is a member of ISACA’s Strategic Advisory Council and Governance Advisory Council. Howard “Bud” Friedman is an early leader of ISACA and past International President of the association (1973-1974). In 1982, he returned to Northrop Corporation as director of internal audit, where he stayed until his retirement in 1994.
Session topics include Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Business Process Management (BPM), Strategic Alignment of IT & Business Strategies, IT Governance, and IT Portfolio Management. Within the College of Information Sciences and Technology, he works with a wide portfolio of companies on a variety of consulting engagements, ranging from systems integration projects to enterprise architecture planning and design. Cameron is currently developing new curricular materials for enterprise integration (through funding from NSF), including a textbook to be published by Wiley & Sons Publishing. He has also designed and taught executive education sessions for senior IT executives. His primary research and consulting interests include enterprise architecture, enterprise systems integration, information management and storage, and the use of simulations and gaming in education. Brian Cameron: Professor and Executive Director, Center for Enterprise Architecture, Penn State, Founder FEAPO – Part 2 of 2 interview series
Brian Cameron is Executive Director of the Center for Enterprise Architecture and Professor of Practice in the College of Information Sciences and Technology at the Pennsylvania State University. The main focus areas for his teaching efforts are on senior-level capstone enterprise integration, enterprise architecture, and information technology consulting & storage architecture courses.
She also is a Visiting Professor in the Data Science Institute at Lancaster University in England. Vicki’s research focus is on accessibility of technology for people with disabilities, the aging population and related research ethics. Watson Research Center in New York, founding their Accessibility Research Group in 2000. From 1986 – 2009 she was a Research Staff Member and Manager at IBM’s T. In July 2017, Vicki will be awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from Newcastle University. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, a Chartered Fellow of the British Computer Society, and a Fellow of the ACM. She is a Distinguished Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology in the USA and holds a Chair of Inclusive Technologies at the University of Dundee in Scotland. For her work, she has been recognized both by industry and professional organizations including an IBM Corporate Award, a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award, the Social Impact Award from the Anita Borg Institute, the ACM SIGACCESS Award for Contributions to Computing and Accessibility, and most recently her election to the ACM CHI Academy. Vicki Hanson: Globally Renowned Professor and Researcher, President of ACM, and Distinguished Professor of Computing at the Rochester Institute of Technology
Vicki Hanson currently serves as President of Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). At RIT she is a co-director of the Center for Accessibility and Inclusion Research (CAIR).