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2020 HMG Live! Florida CIO Executive Leadership Summit

Learning from the Past and Present to Reshape the Future Business 

The global pandemic has created unthinkable circumstances for business and for society. But one constant as we work through the business challenges spawned by this international crisis is the empathetic leadership that technology executives are demonstrating to their teams to help keep them safe, secure and engaged. The key for CIOs, CISOs and other technology executives to drive success for their companies is to draw from their past and current experiences in the current crisis and to apply a fresh mindset in leading the business forward into a brighter future with courage and compassion. 

In this Digital Summit, top technology executives will share their advice on the roles that CIOs and tech leaders can play in driving innovation, reshaping the business and fashioning the future of work.

You’ll also discover:

  • Successful approaches to leading authentically to strengthen employee engagement and motivation
  • Recommendations for driving innovation and business transformation with the C-suite
  • The challenges posed by a hybrid workforce model, along with fresh ideas on how to address them
  • How to keep employees inspired and feeling safe and secure to deliver positive business outcomes

"As an attendee of the HMG Virtual Summit I enjoyed the fact that it was fast moving, insightful and presented a variety of speakers, both local and non-local. The duration was just right and did not require tying up an entire day. I thought the content and format was absolutely terrific!"

John Phillips, President, Briggs Homecare and CIO Emeritus, Briggs Healthcare



  • Lee Bailey
    Director, Information Security and Compliance
    Tupperware Brands

  • Dr. David Bray
    Inaugural Director, Global GeoTech Center & Commission
    Atlantic Council

    Dr. David A. Bray was named one of the top "24 Americans Who Are Changing the World" under 40 by Business Insider in 2016. He was also named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum for 2016-2021. He also accepted a role of Co-Chair for an IEEE Committee focused on Artificial Intelligence, automated systems, and innovative policies globally for 2016-2017 and has been serving as a Visiting Executive In-Residence at Harvard University since 2015. He has been named a Marshall Memorial Fellow for 2017-2018 and will travel to Europe to discuss Trans-Atlantic issues of common concern including exponential technologies and the global future ahead. He also will start a new role as Executive Director for the People-Centered Internet coalition founded and chaired by Vint Cerf in October 2017.

    David enjoys creative problem solving. He began working for the U.S. government at age 15 on computer simulations at a high-energy physics facility investigating quarks and neutrinos. In later roles, he designed new telemedicine interfaces and space-based forest fire forecasting prototypes for the Department of Defense. From 1998-2000 he volunteered as a part-time crew lead with Habitat for Humanity International in the Philippines, Honduras, Romania, and Nepal while also working as a project manager with Yahoo! and a Microsoft partner firm. Dr. Bray then joined as IT Chief for the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Program at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, leading the program's technology response to during 9/11, anthrax in 2001, Severe Acute Respiratory System in 2003, and other international public health emergencies. He later completed a PhD from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School and two post-doctoral associateships at MIT and Harvard in 2008.

    David likes to be a digital diplomat and a "human flak jacket" for teams of change agents working in turbulent environments. He volunteered in 2009 to deploy to Afghanistan to help "think differently" on military and humanitarian issues and in 2010 became a Senior National Intelligence Service Executive advocating for increased information interoperability, cybersecurity, and protection of civil liberties. In 2012, he became the Executive Director for the bipartisan National Commission for Review of Research and Development Programs of the United States Intelligence Community, later receiving the National Intelligence Exceptional Achievement Medal. He received both the Arthur S. Flemming Award and Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership in 2013. He also was chosen to be an Eisenhower Fellow to meet with leaders in Taiwan and Australia on multisector cyber strategies for the "Internet of Everything" in 2015.

    David passions include "near impossible missions" involving humans and technology in challenging circumstances. He has served as the Chief Information Officer for the Federal Communications Commission, leading FCC's IT Transformation since 2013. Through the efforts of a team of positive change agents, he led the transformation of the FCC's legacy IT with more than 207 different systems to award-winning tech. This included rolling-out new cloud-based IT that achieved results in 1/2 the time at 1/6 the cost. He was selected to be one of the "Fedscoop 50" for Leadership in 2014, 2015, and 2016 and the recipient of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronic Association's Outstanding Achievement Award for Civilian Government in 2015. Dr. Bray also received the global CIO 100 Award twice, which usually is awarded to private sector Fortune 500 companies, both in 2015 and 2017, for his transformational leadership.

  • Arun DeSouza
    Chief Information Security & Privacy Officer
    Nexteer Automotive Corporation

    Arun DeSouza is currently Chief Information Security & Privacy Officer at Nexteer Automotive Corporation.  He has extensive global IT and security leadership and organizational transformation experience including as CISO and CIO. Arun’s areas of expertise include strategic planning, risk management, identity management, cloud computing and privacy. His current interests include the Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain, Zero Trust, Software Defined Perimeter & Self-Sovereign Identity.

    Arun earned Master’s and PhD degrees from Vanderbilt University. He is a Certified Information Systems Security professional (CISSP). He was  honored by the 1st Global Cyber Observatory by induction into the CISO Hall of Fame in September 2019.  He has won multiple other industry honors including CISAO of the Week, CSO50 Award, Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leaders Award, CIO Ones to Watch Award and the Network World Enterprise All Star Award.  He is a member of the Society for Information Management and the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

  • Ann Dozier
    SVP, Chief Information Officer
    Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits

    Mrs. Dozier currently serves as Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer for Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits, LLC. (SGWS).  During her six and a half years at SGWS, Ann has focused on transforming IT to meet the changing needs of the business by creating a balanced focus on operational effectiveness and digital strategies while also supporting the growth of the company through mergers, acquisitions, and supplier partnerships.  Her background includes transformational roles at The Coca-Cola Company, Inc., Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc., Dean Foods, Colgate Palmolive, IBM and EDS. 

     

    Dozier currently serves on the Board of Directors of Golden Entertainment and the Advisory Board for the University of Miami Business School's Management Science and Business Analytics program.

     

    Mrs. Dozier graduated in 1988 from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Economics; and in October 2017 attended the Harvard Business School's Executive Management Program.

  • John Iannarelli
    Former FBI Special Agent and Senior Executive Advisor
    FBI

    John G. Iannarelli recently retired from the FBI after more than 20 years of service, during which he was a member of the SWAT Team and participated in the investigations of the Oklahoma City Bombing, the 9/11 attack, and the Congresswoman Gabriel Giffords shooting.  John previously served at FBI Headquarters as their national spokesperson and on the Cyber Division Executive staff.  In Phoenix, John was the Cyber squad supervisor before promotion to Assistant Special Agent in Charge, the number two position overseeing all Criminal, Cyber, and Counter Intelligence investigations throughout Arizona.  John has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Computer Science for his contributions to the field of cyber investigations.

    John is the author of several other books, to include Why Teens Fail and What to Fix, a parents’ guide to protecting their children from Internet predators and other dangers, and Information Governance Security, how businesses can protect their sensitive data from loss or compromise.  His recently released How to Stop A Terrorist, is a guide for the average person to recognize and help prevent terrorism. John is a highly sought after speaker and has presented to Fortune 500 companies, domestic and international audiences, the United Nations, and the Vatican where he met personally with Pope Francis to discuss the evolution of cyber crime.

    A former San Diego Police Officer and a graduate of the University of San Diego School of Law, to include studies of international criminal and civil law at Oxford, England, John is also an attorney admitted to the practice of law in California, Maryland and the District of Columbia. He is currently a private consultant, whose clients have included the both the FBI and a national professional sports league.

  • Ann Joyce
    Former CIO
    Chico's

  • Monti Knode
    Director of Customer Success
    Horizon3.ai

    After 26 years of service in the US Air Force as a cyberspace operations officer, Monti Knode joined Horizon 3 AI as the Director of Customer Success.  Prior to joining Horizon 3 AI, he led teams setting up tactical communications in austere environments, secured and defended the Air Force’s $12B multi-classification networks, was a Deputy CIO at US Transportation Command transforming their logistics enterprise and innovating the DoD’s “Sprint to the Cloud” effort, and commanded nation-state hackers and strategy in support of our own national security interests.  Monti is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), holds an Electrical Engineering bachelor’s degree from the University of Wyoming, and two Masters, including as a Distinguished Graduate from The Eisenhower School as one of the top 300 performers in government.

  • Dean Lane
    Senior Vice President, Cyber Intelligence Initiative
    Institute of World Politics

    Dean Lane serves as the Senior Vice President of the Institute of World Politics (IWP) Cyber Intelligence Initiative.  In this capacity, he is responsible for the Cyber Intelligence Certification offered by the University. Prior to joining IWP Dean was in the Silicon Valley, for 20+ years.

    Dean served as the CIO for such companies as Allied-Signal, Plantronics, and Morton-Thiokol. He was also the Senior Director, IT for Symantec and a cyber consultant for Ernst & Young, Gartner, AT&T, and had his own consultancy (The Office of the CIO) in the Silicon Valley.  Dean also had profit and loss responsibility while at Allied-Signal for the F-18 aircraft and the Apache Helicopter.  Once at corporate, Dean was responsible for 26 major divisions and 104 facilities.

    Dean has written three technology books, and consulted with Israel’s Prime Minister, Ehud Barach.  Dean is also a highly decorated Naval Officer and served as the Seal Team Officer for the Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet.

    Dean is the Founder of the CIO Scholarship Fund.  His first book, CIO Wisdom brought many Silicon Valley CIOs together to promote the fund and became a #1 Best Seller for Prentice Hall.  Dean has in-depth operational know-how in the IT industry, having been a CIO at four different companies:  Honeywell Aerospace, ATK (Alliant Techsystems), Plantronics, and Masters Institute of Technology.  

    Dean is Certified as a Master Project Manager and in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) by ISACA.  Dean’s experience is global and as found on the internet, he is considered an expert on more than one topic.  Dean has served as the CEO for VariTRAK Inc., a company that provides compliance software.  Dean speaks internationally and has given keynote presentations for the Adam Smith Society in Moscow, for CIO Magazine in Korea, for the Congress of Progress in Washington DC and for the Imagineering Conference in Florida.

    Having completed many interim CIO and mentoring assignments, Dean’s knowledge of how a company operates, as well as his IT experience make him a valuable asset to CEOs and Boards of Directors.  Dean turns around IT departments and significantly improves the overall systems, thereby enhancing a business’ ability to execute.  

    He also serves on various advisory boards was a co-founder of the Consortium of Information Systems Executives, a member of PMI, and is Past President of SIM’s Silicon Valley Chapter and the APICS chapter in Salt Lake City.

    Dean obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of California (UCLA) and his MBA from National University.

    Please click the link below and take a quick look at one of his articles:

    “What the C-Suite Needs to Know About Cyber Intelligence”.

    https://disaster-recovery.cioreview.com/cxoinsight/what-the-csuite-needs-to-know-about-cyber-intelligence-nid-26680-cid-106.html 

  • Patrick Manuel
    AVP, IT
    Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.

    Patrick Manuel is a seasoned IT professional in the Hospitality and Cruising industry. He has been a loyal employee of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines (RCCL) for 25 years, starting as an entry level developer. Patrick has supported almost every area of the business and been very close to the exponential growth of the company. After spending time as a developer, Patrick moved into the Shipboard IT Operations, being responsible for the daily operations and support of all onboard IT systems globally. When RCCL decided to start a joint venture with First Choice Holidays in UK, Patrick was tapped to start up the operation as Director of IT reporting directly to the president, responsible for all areas of technology ship and shore. In 2006, RCCL was designing the largest cruise ship that would change the industry, Oasis of the Seas. Patrick was selected to lead the technology strategy for this innovative new ship.  As part of the corporation’s aggressive global expansion, Patrick led the International IT organization to open offices in China, Brazil, Mexico, France, Barcelona, Sydney, Manilla, Hong Kong and Frankfurt. Patrick was then appointed as the IT Brand Executive reporting both directly to the CIO and President in charge of Celebrity brand IT strategy growing on this same role for the Royal brand, the largest cruise brand in the world. Coming full circle, Patrick came back to his onboard roots taking on added responsibility of overseeing all Shipboard IT including Newbuilding, all technical product development, onboard support, private destinations, terminals, and strategy for all brands in the company.

  • Quintin McGrath
    Senior Managing Director, Technology Management & Enablement, Global Technology Services
    Deloitte

    Quintin McGrath is a passionate leader, a global team builder, and an energetic champion for change. He joined Deloitte 20+ years ago as the first South Africa CIO. In 2001, he moved with Deloitte to the US as a key member of the Global CIO’s leadership team. He continues to serve on Deloitte’s Global Technology Executive team.

    Over his career, Quintin has led various global technology programs and provided leadership through many critical technology transformations. He spent 8 years leading the Global Application Development team. In 2015, he initiated the transition of Deloitte to becoming a shared services-based organization and now leads a global group that covers a range of IT disciplines to provide frameworks, tools, and capabilities to enable a more agile and responsive global IT team. This includes the global Enterprise Architecture, Innovation, Quality and Certifications, Services Standards and Catalog, Project Management Office, and Change Management pillars.

    Quintin is an Electronic Engineer by profession, holding an MS Degree in Engineering from the University of Cape Town. He also has a Business Leadership MBA from the University of South Africa and a MA from Wheaton College in Chicago. As a proponent of life-long learning, he is currently pursuing a Doctor of Business Administration from the University of South Florida with a focus on ethics and AI.

    Along with his determination for personal growth, he is dedicated to developing the people around him, and especially the next generation of millennial leaders. He enjoys photography, spending time with his family, especially his three grandchildren who affectionately call him GQ (for Grandad Quintin), and is an environmental sustainability enthusiast. Quintin currently resides in Chicago, IL with his wife Megan.

  • Hunter Muller
    President and CEO
    HMG Strategy

    Hunter Muller is a charismatic industry pioneer and a modern-day Renaissance Man. As a global C-suite advisor and coach for the past 30 years, Hunter’s insights and concepts have been successfully applied by Fortune 1000 organizations worldwide to accelerate executive performance, propel the career ascent of C-level executives, and to drive transformative innovation and create new waves of value.

    Hunter is the President and CEO of HMG Strategy, LLC, the largest independent, objective, transparent and collaborative executive network in the world. HMG focuses on innovation and breakthrough strategies for core, parallel and new markets while studying the most successful organizations ecosystems and platforms such as Amazon and Microsoft.

    HMG Strategy is the provider of thought leadership and networking events for CIOs, CISOs, and senior technology executives. HMG Strategy offers a unique, integrated model for enabling C-level executives and their companies to draw upon courageous leadership to reimagine, reinvent, and rebuild their business models to attain the genius-level thinking required in today’s dynamic business landscape to achieve competitive advantage in the digital frontier.

    Hunter's passion for the role of the technology executive in transforming the business is reflected in the 7 Pillars of Trust which embody HMG Strategy's unique business model.

    Complementing HMG Strategy’s world-renowned events is HMG Next Ventures, a venture capital accelerator aimed at helping connect CIOs with the most innovative technology companies and entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley to Tel Aviv. HMG Strategy also partners with the world’s leading venture capital firms, including Amplify Partners, Greylock Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Sequoia Capital. HMG Strategy connects CEOs, CIOs, and other C-level executives with startup technologies backed by the leading VCs to identify opportunities for innovation and business transformation.

    Meanwhile, HMG Strategy’s award-winning Research Team advises the world’s technology companies such as Adobe, Nutanix, and Workday on branding, messaging, and Voice of the Customer strategies.

    Hunter has published five that draw from his extensive business experience: The Transformational CIO (Wiley, March 2011), On Top of the Cloud (Wiley, January 2012), Leading the Epic Revolution (Wiley, September 2013) and The Big Shift in IT Leadership (Wiley, July 2015) and The CEO of Technology (Wiley, January 2018). Hunter is now working on his sixth book: 'Enterprise 2025', which is slated to be published in January 2020. As a result, Hunter’s unique position of knowing the thoughts, challenges, and opportunities of the IT Leader, he is asked to speak at a variety of venues such as IBM’s Cloud Expo and on TheStreet.com.

    Hunter and HMG Strategy support a variety of charitable causes, including the American Cancer Society, Save the Children, and Year Up, and Hunter personally gives back his time and ideas as a member of the Executive Committee of the Fairfield/Westchester Chapter of the Society for Information Management.

    An intrepid international athlete, Hunter is an ardent yacht racer, a world-class skier, and an extreme fitness guru. Hunter is passionate about ocean and mountain adventures and spending time with his sons, Chase and Brice.

    Hunter earned a Bachelor of Science in the Babson College School of Management.

  • Luis Ossorio
    Director of IT
    Frosch International Travel

    Luis is in charge of Global IT Operations for Frosch International Travel with over 72 locations in 23 countries across all continents.

    With over 30 years of strong business management and technical experience, he has a proven track record of setting vision and strategy for systems integration in Infrastructure, Data Centers, Storage, Networks, Server Virtualization, Cloud Migrations, IP-Telephony, Cyber-Security, Real-Time transaction processing,  Electronic Funding, Change Management, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery. He is a talented communicator bridging business needs with industrial-strength technology solutions. Extensive background implementing new technologies into mission-critical legacy systems while maintaining demanding Service Level Agreements (SLA's) with proper SOX controls for Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance.   His experience includes technology management positions in the Energy Industry, the Financial Services Industry and now the Travel and Entertainment Industry.

    Luis earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) from the University of Houston, Math and Physics from Houston Baptist University and Graduate Management from Rice University.

  • Matthew Peters
    CTO
    CAI

    Matthew Peters has 20 years’ experience delivering technology-based business solutions in User Experience, Analytics, Automation, Decision Support, and Machine Learning/AI. As CAI’s Technology Officer, he is responsible for enterprise-wide technology strategy, automation, security, and innovation. Previously at CAI he co-directed the CAI Labs innovation incubator, established and leads CAI’s Intelligent Automation practice, and has been an strategic advisory consultant to many of CAI’s customers. Prior to joining CAI, Matthew provided subject-matter expert consulting services focused on data collection, refinement, and analysis to companies in aerospace, telecommunications, and logistics while pursuing advanced degrees in Human-Computer Interaction and Information Science at the Pennsylvania State University.

  • JC Ramey
    President, Tech-Enabled Services
    ResultsCX

    JC Ramey started DeviceBits in 2015 after noticing the overwhelming absence of simple customer service that made adopting products and services challenging a broader consumer market. Now, he leads the DeviceBits team into their 6th year of continued success and growth helping businesses create successful digital customer service. For the last twenty years JC has built a career in the development and commercialization of enterprise software, professional services, and telecommunications products.  His career has included senior roles in research at both Bell Laboratories and IBM along with several leadership positions at start-ups throughout Silicon Valley.

    In March of 2019 DeviceBits and ResultsCX created a partnership that would bring AI into the Customer Experience market, allowing agents to more seamlessly through their call flows, minimizing search functions and increasing FCR through known targeted resolution steps.

    This successful partnership has brought to the CX space a practical approach for everyone to adopt an AI platform that is now deployed on over 30M consumers and 25K agent seats, bringing increased CSAT, improved AHT and FCR for our partners.

  • Trevor Schulze
    SVP & CIO
    RingCentral

    As RingCentral's Chief Information Officer, Trevor Schulze provides strategic leadership to the company's global IT team in delivering a comprehensive portfolio of cloud-first, leading-edge technology services and solutions.

    Prior to joining RingCentral in 2018, Schulze served as Global CIO of Micron Technology, where he oversaw an international team charged with delivering business capabilities that sped product time-to-market, improved customer engagement, optimized supply chain operations, and maximized manufacturing capital utilization in 18 countries worldwide.

    Previously, Schulze was Corporate Vice President IT, Enterprise Applications at Broadcom Corporation, where he was responsible for the strategic direction and management of all enterprise-wide IT systems supporting core business processes; and before that, he was Corporate Vice President IT at Advanced Micro Devices, where he oversaw the deployment of enterprise technology solutions that improved global operations and product development.

    Earlier in his professional career, Schulze spent nearly two decades at Cisco Systems, where he held a number of strategic roles driving global development and operational innovations that optimized the way the company designed, collaborated, and produced products. In addition, he managed the engineering efforts of six platforms across multiple business units, ultimately generating billions of dollars in revenue.

    Schulze holds a number of patents in the area of core networking, and the products he helped design have won more than 15 “best product” awards from leading industry organizations and publications. In 2017, he received a Forbes CIO Innovation award and a CIO Magazine CIO100 award.

  • Marcus Session
    President, SIM Tampa Bay
    VP of IT Services
    Tampa International Airport

    Marcus Session is the Vice President of Information Technology Services for Tampa International Airport (TPA).  His passion for technology, innovation, and business enablement are guiding the technology strategy of TPA.  He is responsible for leading and advising on technology initiatives throughout the organization.  He has 21 years of experience in Information Technology working in a variety of industries.  Previously, he served as Interim CIO for USF Health and Senior Director of IT Operations for the USF System.

    During his tenure at Tampa International Airport the ITS team has undergone significant change; restructuring of the IT project management office and information security team, hosting several technology events, and strengthened relationships with other technology organizations throughout the country.  This has increased visibility, collaboration, security, and efficiency of technology initiatives at the TPA. 

    He was recognized in 2018 as one of eleven CIO of the year honorees by the Tampa Bay Business Journal.  He serves as a board member for the Tampa Chapter of the Society for Information Management (SIM) as Vice President, and he as a steering group member for the Airports Council International BIT Committee.

    He has spoken at national conferences and led transformative initiatives to help his organizations reach their goals.  He holds a Master’s of Science in Information Technology, as well as a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from the University of South Florida. He is also a member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and a Cisco Networking Academy alumnus.

  • Simon Stelzl
    Director of Solution Engineering
    Celonis

    Simon Stelzl is Director of Solution Engineering for the Northeast region at Celonis. In his capacity, he was leading pre-sales operations in the Northeast managing a team of solution consultants who drove business transformation at large Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. including General Electrics, Pfizer, PepsiCo, and Verizon. During his time at Celonis, Simon focused on establishing Celonis as the market leader in Process Mining and Business Transformation software in North America and EMEA.

    His background includes software engineering and business analyst roles at Siemens in Munich and Portugal.

    Mr. Stelzl graduated from Technical University Munich (TUM) with a Master of Science with honors in Finance and Information Management and a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems. He holds a scholarship from the German Merit Foundation.

     

  • Dave Summitt
    CISO
    Moffitt Cancer Center

  • Jennifer Wesson Greenman
    Chief Information Officer
    Cancer Treatment Centers of America Global

    Jennifer Wesson Greenman is the Chief Information Officer of Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA). An accomplished health care executive with over fifteen years’ experience leading diverse teams in innovative technology solution development, delivery and support, Greenman joined CTCA® in July 2019 from H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute in Tampa, where she served for five years as Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer.

    In her role at CTCA, Greenman works to implement technology advances and enhancements to empower its internal and external partners with a resilient, responsive and high-performing technology infrastructure to meet the broad needs of the patients and families who come to CTCA for their care.   

    At Moffitt, Greenman provided leadership and strategic direction for technologies used across the institution, supporting exceptional care delivery and fueling breakthrough scientific discoveries. During her tenure, Moffitt was recognized as a "Best Place to Work in IT" by Computerworld from 2017 through 2019. Additionally, Moffitt was recognized by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives as a “Healthcare Most Wired” organization in 2019, recognized for exemplifying best practices through the adoption, implementation and use of technology. Prior to that, Greenman worked for Tampa’s Bayfront Health System in a variety of IT management roles, including Chief Information Officer. She started her career as a Solution Delivery Consultant for Cerner Corporation. 

    Greenman obtained an MBA from the University of Florida and undergraduate degrees in Management Information Systems and Finance from Florida State University. She is a member of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives and was recognized by the Tampa Bay Business Journal as a finalist for the "CIO of the Year Award" in 2016 and 2018.

  • Paul Wilner
    VP IT, CIO
    Pall Corporation

    Results driven Chief Information Officer and information technology executive with broad global experience in life science manufacturing, engineering, consumer, and process industries. Proven success enabling sales force effectiveness, advancing digital marketing, ERP implementations, manufacturing and supply chain process improvement; driving change across diverse and complex operations. Able to set aggressive goals and create a service oriented culture that delivers on commitments. Danaher Business System and Six Sigma Black Belt experienced, committed and passionate to achieve company objectives and maximize value of Info-Technology.

  • Jeff Wysocki
    Chief Information Officer
    The Mosaic Company

    Jeff Wysocki leads the Information Technology (IT) function for the $5.0B Medtronic Surgical Innovations Business Unit. He is part of the business unit leadership team and provides direction in the areas of Information Technology, Commercial Solutions, Business Intelligence, Acquisition Diligence and Integration, and Healthcare IT.

    Jeff joined the organization in 2011, and has previously held the role of IT Leader for the $4.3B Patient Monitoring and Recovery business unit. He also held the role of IT and Commercial Operations leader for the $2.0B Respiratory & Monitoring Solutions division. 
    Prior to joining Medtronic, Jeff worked in the consumer goods industry for 15 years, including IT leadership roles at MillerCoors, Coors Brewing Company and Kimberly-Clark.

    Jeff has more than 20 years of executive leadership experience in Information Technology and Commercial Operations. Among his accomplishments, Jeff led/participated in technology diligence and integration efforts for eight mergers and acquisitions, helped incubate a Remote Patient Monitoring internal startup that has delivered $10M+ in revenue, led an organization-wide Customer Satisfaction/Net Promoter Score program, and helped drive sales transformation from volume to profit-based management, including new commercial CRM and business intelligence platforms. 
    Jeff received a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Management Information Systems, and his MBA, from the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh.

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December 1, 2020 - 1pm-3pm ET

 

1:00 PM

Welcome and Introduction

Hunter Muller, President and CEO, HMG Strategy


1:05 PM

Executive Interview: Top Priorities for CIOs Today – and Tomorrow

Jeff Wysocki, CIO, The Mosaic Company

Jeff Wysocki is new to the CIO role at Mosaic and joined the company at the start of the COVID pandemic. This Executive Interview with HMG Strategy will focus on how Jeff is undertaking an IT transformation while needing to deliver new digital and analytics capabilities for the CEO and Board of Directors.   


1:15 PM

Executive Interview: Surviving (and Thriving) in 2021 and Beyond 

Dr. David Bray, Inaugural Director, Global GeoTech Center & Commission, Atlantic Council

This session is intended to be a fireside chat on why digital leaders must ensure their organizations can both survive and thrive in 2021. Advances in data capabilities, tremendous leaps in technologies, and changing geo-economics are introducing major challenges globally for all leaders. These challenges include increasingly complicated tech-meets-geopolitical landscapes, trade wars, the impacts of COVID-19 and a slow global recovery, the challenges of bot-driven misinformation out of context that increasingly polarizes societies, as well as the risk of international tensions becoming more heated and kinetic. Yet, in every crisis there is opportunity.

The fireside chat will highlight where the world is, and more importantly where the world is headed, so you can be ready to "skate towards the puck" and ensure your organization thrives in 2021 and beyond. In the spotlight for this session is Dr. David Bray, who Business Insider named one of the 'top 24 Americans who are changing the world', who received the Global CIO 100 award twice in 2015 and 2017, and who has received the National Intelligence Exceptional Achievement Medal for operating in challenging, turbulent environments. 
1:25 PM
Executive Interview: Change To Win in the Next Phase

Trevor Schulze, SVP & CIO, RingCentral

The role of the CIO has been on a steady rise for the past several years. As the way people work continues to change, the demands from today’s global, mobile, and distributed workforce are also rapidly evolving. We’re at a point in time where the CIO is now front and center to defining the digital culture of an organization with a mega-trend at play that I like to call, ‘Systems of Experience.’ During my talk, I will focus on the role of the CIO amidst this shifting tide and what it takes to create a digital culture to support the future of work.


1:35 PM

EXECUTIVE PANEL:  Envisioning Future Disruption and Developing Radical New Business Models

Jennifer Greenman, CIO, Cancer Treatment Centers of America Global

Patrick Manuel, AVP IT, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd.

Luis Ossorio, Director of IT, Frosch International Travel

Moderator: Paul Wilner, VP IT, CIO, Pall Corporation

Businesses across industries – from travel to hospitality to retail – were massively disrupted by the global pandemic. Going forward, CIOs and technology executives must think differently and apply a fresh mindset to creating new business models with the executive team in order to help the business to survive and thrive. In this executive session, leading technology executives from different industries will share the steps they’re taking to help accelerate the business, including the use of AI and other technologies to help create new business models. 

2:00 PM
EXECUTIVE PANEL:  Leveraging AI to Unlock Operational Efficiency

Matthew Peters, CTO, CAI

JC Ramey, President, Tech-Enabled Services, ResultsCX

Simon Stelzl, Director of Solution Engineering, Celonis

Moderator: Marcus Session, President, SIM Tampa Bay and VP of IT Services, Tampa International Airport

Cost-focused business and technology executives are looking for more efficient ways to run the business. In this executive panel discussion, technology executives will share real-world examples of how artificial intelligence and automation capabilities are enabling faster and more intelligent operations to strengthen the bottom line.
2:20 PM
EXECUTIVE PANEL:  Securing the Hybrid Work Environment
 

Lee Bailey, Director, Information Security and Compliance, Tupperware Brands

Ann Joyce, Former CIO, Chico's

Monti Knode, Director of Customer Success, Horizon3.ai

Dave Summitt, CISO, Moffitt Cancer Center

Moderator: John Iannarelli, Former FBI Special Agent and Senior Executive Advisor - FBI

As companies shift to a mix of in-office and remote employees, this creates a new set of security challenges for CISOs and their teams. This includes addressing the use of personal devices brought into secured office environments by employees as well as applying additional safeguards to protecting a highly distributed workforce. In this panel discussion with CISOs and security leaders, discover the top security challenges associated with the deployment of a hybrid workforce along with recommendations from security leaders on how best to address them.

2:40 PM

EXECUTIVE PANEL: Tackling Risk on a Go-Forward Basis

Arun DeSouza, Chief Information Security & Privacy Officer, Nexteer Automotive Corporation

Ann Dozier, SVP CIO, Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits

Dean Lane, SVP, Cyber Intelligence Initiative, Institute of World Politics

Quintin McGrath, Senior Managing Director, Technology Management & Enablement, Global Technology Services, Deloitte

Moderator: Hunter Muller, President & CEO, HMG Strategy

In these uncertain times, companies are facing an avalanche of risks, including supply-chain disruptions, shifting customer behavior and increased market volatility. In this executive session, leading CIOs and technology executives will discuss the unique lens that CIOs, CISOs and technology leaders can offer to the executive team in assessing and acting on risk, including identifying the next set of risks facing companies along with evaluating the risks associated with sourcing the right skill sets in an environment where the location of labor no longer matters.


3:00 PM

HMG STRATEGY 2020 GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVES WHO MATTER AWARDS

Marcus Session, President, SIM Tampa Bay and VP of IT Services, Tampa International Airport

Presenting Partners

  • RingCentral

    RingCentral, Inc. is a leading provider of global enterprise cloud communications and collaboration solutions. More flexible and cost-effective than legacy on-premises systems, RingCentral empowers today’s mobile and distributed workforce to communicate, collaborate, and connect from anywhere, on any device. RingCentral unifies voice, video, team messaging and collaboration, conferencing, online meetings, and integrated contact center solutions. RingCentral’s open platform integrates with leading business apps and enables customers to easily customize business workflows. RingCentral is headquartered in Belmont, California, and has offices around the world.

    https://www.ringcentral.com/

Platinum Partners

  • Celonis

    Celonis is the global leader in Process Mining, a breakthrough big-data analytics approach designed to optimize business processes and save valuable time and money. Our technology visually reconstructs your existing IT system data in real-time to provide total transparency, and leverages the latest machine learning algorithms to make proactive recommendations for process improvement. Our customers have cut operational process costs by up to 50%, eliminated costly bottlenecks, reduced throughput times, and empowered their staff to make the right decisions, consistently.

    https://www.celonis.com/

Supporting Partners

  • Rubrik

    Rubrik delivers a single software platform to manage and protect data in the cloud, at the edge, and on-premises. Enterprises choose Rubrik’s Cloud Data Management software to simplify backup and recovery, accelerate cloud adoption, and enable automation at scale. As organizations of all sizes adopt cloud-first policies, they rely on Rubrik’s Polaris SaaS platform to unify data for security, governance, and compliance.

    https://www.rubrik.com/

Marketplace Partners

  • Appian

    Appian provides a low-code automation platform that accelerates the creation of high-impact business applications. Many of the world’s largest organizations use Appian applications to improve customer experience, achieve operational excellence, and simplify global risk management and compliance.

    http://www.appian.com/
  • Aryaka

    Aryaka, the Cloud-First WAN company, brings agility, simplicity and a great experience to consuming the WAN-as-a-service. An optimized global network and innovative technology stack delivers the industry’s #1 managed SD-WAN service and sets the gold standard for application performance. Aryaka’s SmartServices platform offers connectivity, application acceleration, security, cloud networking and insights leveraging global orchestration and provisioning. The company’s customers include hundreds of global enterprises including several in the Fortune 100.

    https://www.aryaka.com/?utm_source=hmg&utm_medium=syndication&utm_content=home-page
  • Darktrace

    Darktrace is the world’s leading cyber AI company and the creator of Autonomous Response technology. Its self-learning AI is modeled on the human immune system and used by over 4,000 organizations to protect against threats to the cloud, email, IoT, networks and industrial systems. The company has over 1,300 employees and headquarters in San Francisco and Cambridge, UK. Every 3 seconds, Darktrace AI fights back against a cyber-threat, preventing it from causing damage.

    https://www.darktrace.com/
  • Forescout

    Forescout Technologies is the leader in Enterprise of Things security, offering a holistic platform that continuously identifies, segments and enforces compliance of every connected thing across any heterogeneous network. The Forescout platform is the most widely deployed, scalable, enterprise-class solution for agentless device visibility and control. It deploys quickly on your existing infrastructure – without requiring agents, upgrades or 802.1X authentication. Fortune 1000 companies and government organizations trust Forescout to reduce the risk of business disruption from security incidents or breaches, ensure and demonstrate security compliance and increase security operations productivity. Don’t just see it. Secure it. Visit us to learn how Forescout provides active defense for the Enterprise of Things.

    https://www.forescout.com/
  • Obsidian Security

    Obsidian Cloud Detection and Response delivers frictionless security for SaaS. With unified visibility across applications, users, and data, security teams can quickly investigate breaches, uncover insider threats, and harden the security of their cloud environments with no negative impact to production. Using a unique identity-centric approach, Obsidian is capable of stopping even the most advanced attacks across SaaS and cloud services. Obsidian was founded by industry veterans from Cylance, Carbon Black and the NSA, and is backed by Greylock Partners, Wing, and GV.

    https://www.obsidiansecurity.com/
  • PagerDuty

    PagerDuty, Inc. (NYSE:PD) is a leader in digital operations management. In an always-on world, organizations of all sizes trust PagerDuty to help them deliver a perfect digital experience to their customers, every time. Teams use PagerDuty to identify issues and opportunities in real time and bring together the right people to fix problems faster and prevent them in the future. Notable customers include Netflix, Shopify, Cox Automotive, Box, Slack, DoorDash, Lululemon and more. PagerDuty was founded in 2008 by three innovative software developers who knew what it was like to carry the pager for “always on” cloud services. They made a bet that the early practice and culture of DevOps which encourages collaboration between development and operations would become strategic for every company. What started as automating on-call rotations has evolved into a platform that helps 12,000 companies across 90 countries proactively manage their digital operations so their teams can spend less time reacting to incidents and more time building for the future.

    https://www.pagerduty.com/
  • Tessian

    Tessian builds technology to empower people to work safely, without security getting in their way. We believe people shouldn’t have to be security experts to do their jobs. Tessian’s Human Layer Security platform automatically protects your employees on email - where they spend 40% of their time - from risks like data exfiltration, accidental data loss and phishing. We’ve raised $60m from legendary security investors like Sequoia and Accel and have over 150 employees located in San Francisco and London.

    https://www.tessian.com/
  • Tanium

    Tanium offers a unified endpoint management and security platform that is built for the world’s most demanding IT environments. Many of the largest and most sophisticated organizations, including more than half of the Fortune 100, top retailers and financial institutions, and four branches of the US Armed Forces rely on Tanium to make confident decisions, operate efficiently and effectively, and remain resilient against disruption. Tanium ranks 7th on the Forbes list of “Top 100 Private Companies in Cloud Computing” for 2019 and 10th on FORTUNE’s list of the “100 Best Medium Workplaces.”

    https://www.tanium.com/
  • Globant

    We create software products that emotionally connect our customers with millions of consumers and employees using just the right blend of design and innovation. We embrace the power of artificial intelligence to augment our capabilities and contribute to the advancement of the technology industry as we dream to make the world a better place one step at a time. We do all that through our Studios, deep pockets of expertise on the latest technologies and trends. Our Studio model fosters creativity and innovation while allowing us to build, enhance, and consolidate expertise around a variety of emerging technologies. We have mastered a unique way of organizing our teams known as the Agile Pod model. Driven by a culture of self-regulated teamwork, each team—or Pod—works directly with our customers with a full maturity path that evolves as they increase speed, quality and autonomy. Opposed to the traditional IT services structures, our pods at Globant eliminates the need for command and control methods and provides teams with full independence in customer interaction.

    https://www.globant.com/
  • Sonatype

    The Sonatype journey started 10 years ago, just as the concept of “open source” software development was gaining steam. From our humble beginning as core contributors to Apache Maven, to supporting the world’s largest repository of open source components (Central), to distributing the world's most popular repository manager (Nexus), we’ve played a meaningful role in helping the world embrace the power of open innovation. Over time, we witnessed the staggering volume and variety of open source libraries that began flowing into every development environment in the world. We understood that when open source components are properly managed, they provide tremendous energy for accelerating innovation. Conversely, when unmanaged, open-source "gone wild" can lead directly to security vulnerabilities, licensing risks, enormous rework, and waste. Our vision today is simple. We are laser-focused on helping organizations continuously harness all of the good that open source has to offer, without any of the risks.

    https://www.sonatype.com/

Strategic Partners

  • Egon Zehnder

    Egon Zehnder was founded in 1964 with a distinctive vision and structure aimed at achieving two basic goals - to place our clients' interests first and to lead our profession in creating value for our clients through the assessment and recruitment of top-level management resources. The most fundamental expression of our client-first vision resides in our structure, which is unique to our profession. Our 390 consultants, operating from 63 wholly owned offices in 37 countries, are organized around a single-profit center partnership. This is designed to eliminate competitive barriers between our offices. It allows us to operate seamlessly when engagements call for us to mobilize across many offices in a country or a region. Large or small, local or global, our clients benefit from our structure by having access to our most relevant resources and relationships wherever they may reside. Underpinning this unique structure is our private ownership. We have chosen to operate our firm independent of any outside interests and are motivated solely by a desire to exceed our clients' expectations.

    http://www.egonzehnder.com
  • Heidrick & Struggles

    Heidrick & Struggles actively solves business problems for our clients every day. Through our Leadership Advisory framework, we help companies attract, develop and retain the world’s most talented individuals. For almost 60 years, we have focused on quality service and built strong leadership teams through our relationships with clients and individuals worldwide. Today, Heidrick & Struggles leadership experts operate from principal business centers in North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific.

    http://www.heidrick.com
  • Korn Ferry

    At Korn Ferry, we design, build, attract and ignite talent. Since our inception, clients have trusted us to help recruit world-class leadership. Today, we are a single source for leadership and talent consulting services to empower businesses and leaders to reach their goals. Through our vision, research and tools across 80 offices and 3,700 employees, we convert potential into greatness. Our solutions range from executive recruitment and leadership development programs, to enterprise learning, succession planning, and recruitment process outsourcing (RPO). Organizations around the world trust Korn Ferry to manage their talent – a responsibility we meet every day with passion, expertise, integrity and results.

    https://www.kornferry.com
  • Spencer Stuart

    Founded in 1956 and privately owned, Spencer Stuart is one of the world's leading executive search consulting firms. We are the advisor of choice among top companies seeking guidance and counsel on senior leadership needs. We have unrivalled access to leading executives around the world. Our clients range across industries, from the world's largest companies to medium-sized businesses and entrepreneurial start-ups. We operate out of 51 offices in 27 countries. Last year we conducted more than 4,000 assignments around the world. Our team of more than 300 consultants possesses a unique blend of professional search experience and industry expertise. Consultants are organized in practices and work in teams, often across international boundaries that maximize sector specialization and knowledge-sharing. These client service teams are supported by first-rate associates and researchers, and backed by state-of-the-art technology. We place quality at the center of everything we do and solicit candid feedback at every opportunity in order to continually improve our service to clients. We channel our knowledge and expertise into a wide range of publications for the benefit of existing and prospective clients.

    https://www.spencerstuart.com

Alliance Partners

  • Amplify Partners

    Amplify Partners, an early-stage venture capital firm committed to redefining IT infrastructure, invests in technical entrepreneurs pursuing the multi-hundred-billion dollar Infrastructure 2.0 disruption. Amplify helps talented founders build valuable businesses by investing the right amount of early-stage capital and providing active company-building assistance. Amplify offers the unique combination of deep domain expertise, early-stage focus and a network of Venture AmplifiersTM to improve outcomes for infrastructure entrepreneurs.

    http://www.amplifypartners.com
  • Glynn Capital

    Glynn Capital is focused on investments in leading private and public technology growth companies. We seek to be long-term investors in a limited number of excellent companies with world-class management teams, sustainable business models, and long-term growth potential.

    http://www.glynncapital.com/
  • Greylock Partners

    Greylock Partners backs entrepreneurs who are building disruptive, market-transforming consumer and enterprise software companies. We invest in companies that define new markets, including Airbnb, AppDynamics, Cloudera, Docker, Dropbox, Facebook (Nasdaq: FB), LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD), Medium, Nextdoor, Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW) and Workday (NYSE: WDAY).

    http://www.greylock.com
  • Lightspeed Venture Partners

    Lightspeed Ventures is a global VC firm headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices in India, Israel, and China. With over $7 billion under management, Lightspeed invests in both enterprise and consumer tech startups from early-stage to late-stage. With over 300 active startups in the portfolio, Lightspeed has invested in companies like Brocade, Informatica, Nutanix, AppDynamics, Mulesoft, zScaler, etc. Lightspeed has also created a CIO Innovation Advisory Network to connect forward-thinking IT leaders with Silicon Valley.

    http://lsvp.com
  • Menlo Ventures

    Menlo Ventures is a venture capital firm that strives to have a positive impact on everything we do. That’s why we support businesses including Betterment, Carta, Roku, Poshmark, Uber, and Warby Parker that are reimagining life and work for the better. Over 43 years, we’ve grown a portfolio that includes more than 70 public companies, over 100 mergers and acquisitions, and $5.5 billion under management. We invest at every stage and in every sector, with expertise in Consumer, Enterprise, and Healthcare. From developing market strategies to creating communities, we provide real impact where entrepreneurs need it most. When we’re in, we’re all in.

    https://www.menlovc.com/
  • Sequoia Capital

    Sequoia is a venture firm with a 40+ year track record of partnering with daring entrepreneurs. Founded in 1972, we’ve been early business partners with many of technology’s biggest companies (Apple, Google, Oracle, Cisco, and more) along with many emerging leaders (WhatsApp, Palo Alto Networks, ServiceNow, FireEye, LinkedIn, Dropbox, Airbnb, etc).

    https://www.sequoiacap.com

Association Partners

  • South Florida SIM

    SIM South Florida connects the area's premier IT leaders - for business solution exchange, professional development, and timely education. SIM South Florida has quarterly chapter meetings, monthly SIM Women Lunches and an annual conference. The chapter also partners with other organizations to host joint events or provide discounts to non-SIM events for SIM Members. The geographical scope of the South Florida Chapter is Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County.

    https://chapter.simnet.org/southflorida/home
  • SIM Tampa Bay

    Tampa Bay’s IT community represents over 50,000 IT professionals and according to CBRE is the second fastest growing market in the United States. As we all know and are experiencing, IT is changing fast, and the digital revolution requires new ways to communicate, educate, and conduct business as an IT leader. The need to recruit and retain talent is of critical importance to continue our growth. “ I would like to encourage you to join our chapter and be part of the growing leadership of IT professionals in Tampa Bay” says Chris Downs, President SIM Tampa Bay. Membership provides you access to other senior IT executives, with an opportunity to collaborate and exchange ideas. We welcome you to join our Chapter: If you would like more information about membership in the Tampa Bay Chapter, please contact us at membership@simtampabay.org If you would like more information about our upcoming events, please contact us at events@simtampabay.org Any other inquiries, please contact us at info@simtampabay.org

    https://chapter.simnet.org/tampabay/aboutchapter/new-item
  • SIM Central Florida

    SIM Central Florida is dedicated to shaping and influencing the management and use of information technology throughout the greater Orlando region. Our SIM chapter provides an outstanding opportunity for ongoing networking, meeting and collaboratively exploring best practices, trends and lessons learned. It is ideal for Central Florida’s information technology executives, academicians and senior business executives with key roles in the use of IT in their organizations. SIM Central Florida: Places members in the midst of a global network of IT leaders that is actively harnessing the power of knowledge, information, communication and technology. Continually works to enhance Central Florida’s reputation as a community of outstanding, visionary technology leaders. Gives back to our region by creating new opportunities for others through important mentoring, scholarships, financial contributions and community involvement. Leverages the talents and experiences of diverse IT contemporaries, business executives, technology experts and community leaders. Helps to develop members’ careers and the next generation of IT leaders by continually increasing knowledge, industry visibility and networking among peers who become advisors, confidantes and friends. Is the voice of Central Florida’s IT community on critical issues. SIM Central Florida members meet monthly – learning from presentations and dialogues with industry leaders, top practitioners and nationally recognized experts in information systems and management practices. Before, during and after each presentation, chapter members have the opportunity to discuss important issues and concerns with guest speakers and colleagues from industry and government. History In 1997, a group of prominent CIOs in the Central Florida area decided to establish a non-competitive environment where CIOs could collaboratively share in knowledge and work experiences. The founding fathers included Andy Wing, Rick Sickles and Ron Maciejewski. Wing became the group’s President and initiated the recruitment process – encouraging Hugh Moore, Jim Dekle and Garrett Grainger to join as founding members to lead the new group, which was named the Central Florida CIO Council. Several years later, another member of the Council, Dave Razmussen, challenged the group to convert to an affiliate chapter of the Society for Information Management (SIM) – a watershed decision in our growth. The organization officially became a SIM chapter in 2001.

    https://chapter.simnet.org/centralflorida/aboutchapter/new-item

The CIO Executive Leadership Summit is created for CIOs/IT leaders. It also has strong appeal to leaders interested in better positioning their organizations and themselves for what's ahead in business and to achieve the greatest benefits through the use of information technology. 

To ensure a high quality environment and to maximize the networking experience, all attendees must be:

  • Employed C-Level executives (non-vendor) or equivalent, CIOs, Direct Reports of CIOs, or Senior Most IT Professional in an organization with $200M or greater revenue, or from not-for-profit or government organizations with comparable size

- OR - 

  • Full time academicians

If you meet the criteria above, there is no fee to attend.

All registration requests will be reviewed and approved based upon above stated criteria.

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