This advisory board consists of key thinkers and thought leaders in the mobility space. These seasoned industry experts guide the topics on the mobility site in addition to frequently contributing content and media. These industry leaders were selected due to the caliber of their work within their respective areas of expertise.
About our Advisors
Rizwan Jan is the Chief Information Security Officer for the Henry M. Jackson Foundation of Advancements In Military Medicine. Jan has spent nearly two decades in the IT industry, working for enterprises that include Hewlett Packard, Aetna, and Booz Allen Hamilton. He's currently tasked with the complete information security defense for a HIPAA-compliant medical research organization.Back to Top
Currently the CIO for the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has over 20 years of experience in various industries ranging from Active Duty Military, Manufacturing, Health Care, Software Development, Advertising and local government. His goal for local government is to bring efficiency, transparency and productivity to government through the use of technology.Back to Top
Jeff is founder & president of Global Kinetics, a Bay Area market development accelerator to early-to-mid stage clients seeking to establish/expand operations within the US market & a long-standing enterprise mobility industry veteran. He is President, Managing Partner & Founding Investor of Batchery, a global incubator for tech startups. Jeff is an EIR for SKTA Innopartners where he works alongside staff coaching & mentoring portfolio companies, sourcing new companies, conducting technical & financial diligence on new investments & expanding the contact network with other investors. He is a SkyAdvisor at UC Berkeley's incubator, SkyDeck.Back to Top
For more than 15 years, Frank Martinez has worked across the spectrum of IT organizations in South Florida, providing technical expertise and leadership on a variety of technologies, but always focusing on ensuring security in all aspects. Currently with Miami Dade College, Frank continues to work at the forefront of technology to bring the best blend of technology and security to the enterprises he serves.Back to Top
Gene Signorini is a senior analyst focusing on the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) market, as well as disruptive mobile technologies and applications. Signorini has a long history helping both enterprises and solution providers understand how mobile and disruptive technologies will transform customer, partner and employee interactions.His experience extends to multiple aspects of the mobile ecosystem, including innovation and applications, IoT, and mobile transactions. Signorini has more than 20 years of experience in the mobile industry as a thought leader, strategist, and consultant. Signorini holds an MBA with a concentration in Strategic Management from the Carroll School of Management (Boston College) and a BA in Economics and English from Boston College.Back to Top
Jim Floyd is an expert information technology professional and subject matter expert with solid leadership and team building abilities and a proven history in program management to deliver innovative and high quality technical strategy and services in a rapidly changing, deadline driven technology landscape. Direct experience coordinating with business lines and senior technology executives to meet the needs of a global organization.Back to Top
Ryan Martin, Senior Analyst at ABI Research, covers new and emerging mobile technologies, including wearable tech, connected cars, big data analytics, and the Internet of Things (IoT) / Internet of Everything (IoE).
Prior to joining ABI Research, Ryan spent the past several years working at market research firms, including Yankee Group and, most recently, 451 Research. Before his time as a market research analyst, Ryan served as a consultant at Mobile Future Institute, a U.S.-based think tank focused on business strategies and marketing tactics for the mobile ecosystem. He has also held advisory, consultative and managerial positions at a number of early- to late-stage startups.Back to Top
Jim Degliumberto is the Chief Information Officer of Southeastrans. Working with the executive team, he is responsible for all aspects of the company’s information technology and communication systems. Under Degliumberto’s leadership, Southeastrans transformed its technology platform and has expanded from a regional company to a national transportation broker. At the center of this growth is Southeastrans’ efforts to convert the field based workforce from paper and clipboards, to tablets and smart phones. Southeastrans currently has over three thousand Internet connected devices deployed across the United States.
Before joining Southeastrans in 2008, Jim spent 10 years managing various information technology organizations at BellSouth and AT&T. While at BellSouth Degliumberto was responsible for designing and implementing enterprise wide productivity tracking and reporting systems that supported various Six Sigma initiatives. Following the BellSouth/AT&T merger, he was responsible for developing a consolidated information technology strategy and infrastructure plan for AT&T’s residential support call centers.Back to Top
Len Dudis is Chief Information Officer of Grupo Vidanta, one of Latin America's largest and most renown luxury hospitality companies. He is responsible for technology strategy and execution across 7 resort campuses and a breadth of companies that comprise the Grupo Vidanta organization including resorts, construction, golf, real estate, sales, and entertainment.
Dudis previously held the position of Corporate Vice President, IT and Corporate Director, IT for SeaWorld.Back to Top
Kevin Baradet is the Chief Technology Officer and Facilities Director for the Cornell University MBA Program at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management in Ithaca, New York.
With more than 20 years of related experience, Kevin has extensive and deep expertise in the research, application and support of technology in various industries including manufacturing, consulting, software development and higher education.
His current job responsibilities include: technology strategy, budget planning, IT policy development, PCI compliance, project management, infrastructure security and technology management. Current projects include policy development in the areas of Communications, Infrastructure, Disaster Recovery, IT Security, Business Continuity and General IT policy.Back to Top
As the Director of User Services for Hologic, Inc. Brad is responsible for all aspects of global mobility strategy and end user computing for the company. He has 15+ years of IT experience, more than 10 of which have been with Hologic. Brad has implemented and supported several large business solutions and enterprise applications during that time and chairs Hologic's Mobile Strategy Steering Committee and both the Mobile and User Experience Centers of Excellence.
He holds a B.S. in Information Systems from Saint Joseph’s University and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Strategic Innovation and Change from the University of Denver.Back to Top