Scott Gaydos, Chief Technologist, HP Enterprise Services, U.S. Public Sector Federal Healthcare – Scott is a technology executive with a background in senior leadership, technical and business consulting, project and program management, cloud and service-oriented architecture initiatives, software development, and architecture design. His full-life-cycle technical expertise includes hands-on involvement in the analysis, design, development, testing, and implementation of multiple mission-critical applications and systems in multiple environments with significant focus on Healthcare IT. Read more »
John M. Broder reports on energy and environment issues for the Washington bureau of The New York Times. He has been a newspaper reporter and photographer since 1973, and has covered local, state and national government, banking defense, intelligence, the White House and numerous political campaigns. In 2007 and 2008, he covered the presidential campaign, travelling extensively with Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. His previous New York Times assignments have included Los Angeles bureau chief, deputy Washington bureau chief and chief White House correspondent. Read more »
Rich Campbell is the Federal Chief Technologist with EMC focusing on Federal strategy. Prior to joining EMC, Mr. Campbell spent 13 years with Cisco in various systems engineering roles supporting federal customers specifically for Cisco’s Data Center Technologies and Solutions. In addition, he was a Senior Systems Engineer residing in Germany, supporting the Department of Defense for the European, Middle East and Africa regions. Read more »
Nancy Staisey is a Vice President in IBM focusing on helping our Cities become “smarter”.
For over 20 years, Nancy has focused on delivering quality outcomes for consumers and by combining business insight and technology innovation. She joined IBM through the acquisition of PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting Practice in 2002. On joining IBM, she was the Business Consulting Services leader for the successful launch of IBM’s On Demand Innovation Services, which enables clients to tap into IBM Research to solve tough problems. Read more »
Justin Langseth is the President & CEO of Zoomdata. Zoomdata is a 14-person startup focused on the real time visualization of big data on tablet-based devices. Zoomdata completed its $1.1M round of seed funding on November 13th, 2012. Through Justin’s leadership, Zoomdata has successfully developed and deployed a real time streamprocessing engine that feeds a new generation of interactive visualizations. Justin is also the founder of Augaroo, a 25-person startup focused on the intersection of augmented reality, social, mobile, and big data. Read more »
Donald J. Rosenberg has served as Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary since October 2007. He served as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Apple from December 2006 to October 2007. From May 1975 to November 2006 Mr. Rosenberg held numerous positions at IBM, including Senior Vice President and General Counsel for the IBM Corporation. He earned his B.S. degree from the State of University of New York at Stony Brook and his J.D. from St. John's University School of Law.
"Power to Save the World: The Truth About Nuclear Energy"
Gwyneth Cravens, writer and environmentalist, is the author of Power to Save the World: The Truth About Nuclear Energy. In the book, Cravens documents her eight-year journey through the nuclear world, her encounters with scientists from many different disciplines, and her shift from skeptic to supporter of nuclear power as the safest, greenest, and most efficient technology for large-scale mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions. Read more »
Scott Neuman is the Acting Director of Opower's regulatory policy & research team. Opower empowers millions of utility customers to better understand and reduce their energy usage through data-driven insights, including neighbor comparisons and personalized energy saving tips. Scott's team has been instrumental to Opower's success closing deals with eight of the ten largest utilities in the United States as well as developing the regulatory strategy that has led to widespread acceptance of behavioral-based efficiency programs. Read more »