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Sangeeta Anand E-mail
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Sangeeta Anand
I started my career as a Teaching assistant in the Department of Computer Science, University of Missouri Kansas City. Over the last 27 years, worked for some large Telecommunication and IT firms as Sprint, BellSouth, Accenture and Fiserv covering various aspects of Software development and Infrastructure Project and Program Management.    For the last eleven years at Fiserv, I had the opportunity to serve in a leadership capacity of managing operations team, standing up a PMO governance capability, leading project managers, creating and leading large enterprise wide Quality and transformational initiatives in a Program Management capacity.
Leslie Martin E-mail
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Leslie Martin
Leslie Martin is the Vice President of Enterprise Software at CareerBuilder where she has worked for the past 17 years.   Leslie has a Computer Science degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology.  In 1991 Leslie joined a startup company, Advance Technology Consultants as the 7th employee and first women to join the team.  Over the next 9 years the company grew to approximately 150 employees and Leslie became the Development Manager.   In 2000, Leslie joined CareerBuilder and today leads the enterprise software department whose mission is to develop innovative and scalable software solutions that streamline the company’s financial processes, increase productivity and its ability to offer a broader range of products and services.  Leslie is the chair women of the CareerBuilder Women’s Alliance board (CareerBuildHER) and on the CareerBuilder WIT (Women in Technology) board.  Leslie and her husband, Scott, have two children and reside in Duluth Georgia.
Tom Taylor E-mail
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Tom Taylor
Tom Taylor has worked on a wide range of business and technology systems from early IBM advanced office products to airborne military antenna systems to autonomous vehicles. 
Tom joined the Wheego Automotive Company to assist in building advanced electric vehicle technologies for the Global Market and to build an Internet of Things business focused around the connected car.
Nancy Hammervik E-mail
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Nancy Hammervik
As executive vice president, industry relations for CompTIA, Nancy Hammervik is responsible for elevating the association's profile among its membership and across the IT industry. She is the principal liaison between members and the association, helps shape CompTIA member benefits, resources and programs, and acts as an advocate on behalf of members and the industry.  She led the mergers and integration of Tech America and AITP into the CompTIA organization.  
Ms. Hammervik joined CompTIA in 2011 after a 25 year career with Everything Channel, a provider of IT channel-focused services, including industry publications, websites, and events and consulting. During her tenure there, Ms. Hammervik founded Channel@Work, a charitable initiative that enables members of the industry to contribute to local communities and Women of the Channel, an industry program that supports and recognizes leading women executives in the IT Channel.
Chris Benson E-mail
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Chris Benson
Chris Benson is a digital transformation leader and productive disruptor at Deep Analytics, where he loves to solve business challenges with genuine innovations that provide a sustainable competitive advantage.  Chris was introduced to artificial intelligence and machine learning 25 years ago, and has a passion for 'deep learning', which draws heavily from our knowledge of the human brain, statistics, and applied mathematics.  His specialities include deep neural networks, Google's TensorFlow, and Amazon Web Services Artificial Intelligence Services.  Chris is an Amazon Web Services Certified Solutions Architect, earned Stanford University's Machine Learning Certificate, is writing a book entitled ‘Deep Learning with Go’, and is the founder of the Atlanta Deep Learning Meetup at Georgia Tech's ATDC.
Lamar Bailey E-mail
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Lamar Bailey
Lamar Bailey is the leader of Tripwire's Vulnerability Management Platform and Security Research Team (VERT), which scours the globe looking for the latest public and private vulnerabilities. Prior to Tripwire, Lamar has held positions with IBM and ISS Xforce and has more than 20 years’ experience in cybersecurity research and protection. His commentary has been regularly featured in many renowned publications, such as Reuters, Forbes and The Guardian.
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