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Geoffrey Moore
Author, Speaker, Advisor

Geoffrey Moore is an author, speaker, and advisor who splits his consulting time between start-up companies in the Mohr Davidow portfolio and established high-tech enterprises, most recently including Salesforce, Microsoft, Intel, Box, Aruba, Cognizant, and Rackspace.

Moore’s life’s work has focused on the market dynamics surrounding disruptive innovations. His first book, Crossing the Chasm, focuses on the challenges start-up companies face transitioning from early adopting to mainstream customers. It has sold more than a million copies, and its third edition has been revised such that the majority of its examples and case studies reference companies come to prominence from the past decade. Moore’s most recent work, Escape Velocity, addresses the challenge large enterprises face when they seek to add a new line of business to their established portfolio. It has been the basis of much of his recent consulting.

Irish by heritage, Moore has yet to meet a microphone he didn’t like and gives between 50 and 80 speeches a year. One theme that has received a lot of attention recently is the transition in enterprise IT investment focus from Systems of Record to Systems of Engagement. This is driving the deployment of a new cloud infrastructure to complement the legacy client-server stack, creating massive markets for a next generation of tech industry leaders.

Moore has a bachelors in American literature from Stanford University and a PhD in English literature from the University of Washington. After teaching English for four years at Olivet College, he came back to the Bay Area with his wife and family and began a career in high tech as a training specialist. Over time he transitioned first into sales and then into marketing, finally finding his niche in marketing consulting, working first at Regis McKenna Inc, then with the three firms he helped found: The Chasm Group, Chasm Institute, and TCG Advisors. Today he is chairman emeritus of all three.

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President eHealth Solutions, Bioclinica

Mr. Ahmed is responsible for the eHealth Solutions business at Bioclinica which provides software products, data sciences and specialist professional services to the life sciences and healthcare research industries. Mr. Ahmed joined Bioclinica in 2015, having previously served as Global Vice President at Oracle Corporation where he was responsible for leading the Life Sciences business toward transformative cloud platforms, analytics and digital medicine. Mr. Ahmed has held senior executive positions with multinational CROs and clinical informatics companies including Medidata, Parexel and Kendle International. He has also held board-level, non-executive posts with National Health Service trusts in the United Kingdom and served as an industry advisor to a number of medical device and consumer health start-ups, and private equity companies.

Mr. Ahmed received his Bachelor of Science degree with honors from Brunel University majoring in Applied Systems, and a diploma in Computer Science from Buckinghamshire University College. He is an active member of the Royal Society of Medicine, and an invited industry speaker on topics including scientific innovation, strategic outsourcing and business change management.

Vice President, Manufacturing Industries, GE Digital

Paul Boris is Vice President Manufacturing Industries for GE Digital where he works with customers to solve their manufacturing challenges with GE Brilliant Manufacturing software. Paul joined GE in 2014 as CIO of Advanced Manufacturing driving GE’s brilliant factory strategy by using big data, software, sensors, controllers and robotics to increase productivity and deliver asset and operations optimization. Paul was also the site leader of GE’s Advanced Manufacturing and Software Technology Center in Michigan, a critical hub for IT and brilliant factory initiatives, and serves on GE’s Supply Chain Council.

Prior to joining GE, Paul was the Global Vice President of Enterprise Operations Management at one of our strategic ERP partners. He has a proven, 30-year reputation for driving operational excellence initiatives and managing manufacturing sites, having started his career at General Motors in the assembly division. He served as CIO for a successful technology start-up and has worked in the MES/MOM/EOM space driving strategy and delivering solutions. He also served on the Board of the National Association of Manufacturers.

VP for Strategic Research at Salesforce

Coffee has been with the company for ten years. His global work supports Salesforce efforts in CIO strategies, security practices, and delivery of connected product and “big data” solutions through collaboration with account teams in many industries.

Prior to joining Salesforce, Peter spent eighteen years as a technology analyst, columnist, and editor for IT publications including eWEEK and PC Week, while also contributing to other journals including Computer Language and AI Expert. He has written widely on cloud security and privacy, and was a chapter contributor to Prentice Hall’s Nanotechnology: Science, Innovation, and Opportunity. He previously served as the first Manager for Desktop Computing Planning at The Aerospace Corporation, where he also worked in space-asset applications of AI techniques. Before that, he held project management roles at Exxon Corporation including arctic resource development.

Peter received his engineering degree from MIT in 1978 and an MBA from Pepperdine University in 1985; he has held college faculty appointments in expert-systems programming, IT management, and business analytics, while also lecturing at Stanford, CalTech, Harvard Business School, and the Sloan School of Management at MIT as well as other institutions in Europe, Asia and South America. He advises on curriculum and degree program planning in analytics and “big data” initiatives for three U.S. universities.

Acxiom Corporation

As Acxiom’s Global Executive for Privacy and Public Policy, Sheila directs Acxiom’s information use policies, compliance, consumer affairs, government affairs and related public relations for Acxiom’s operations globally. Sheila has developed and implemented policy and practice for Acxiom’s Privacy and Public Policy Program since 1998.

Sheila participates in numerous domestic and international efforts to help develop effective public policy, establish industry best practices and achieve maximum harmonization of information policy across the world. With extensive knowledge of laws governing the collection and use of information worldwide, she is sought out by policy makers, regulators and government agencies for her views on the ethical use of data.

Sheila functions as corporate liaison to several industry standards-setting groups and research and policy development groups including the Information Accountability Foundation, Future of Privacy Forum, Center for Information Policy Leadership, Digital Advertising Alliance, Email Sender Provider Coalition, Mobile Marketing Association and Coalition for Sensible Public Record Access.

She is frequently interviewed by the media on privacy, data use and data governance and has represented the industry in discussions on consumer privacy in a number of forums, including Consumer Electronics Show, Digital Health Summit, Forrester analyst events, International Association of Privacy Professionals Global Conferences, Digital Advertising Alliance Summit events, Direct Marketing Association annual conferences, Conference of Western Attorneys General, National Association of Attorneys General, American Legislative Exchange Council, American Bar Association annual conferences, Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business eVision event series, CRM Solutions Expo, the Marketing Science Institute and on the “Life & Times Tonight” television show (KCET, Los Angeles PBS affiliate).

Sheila provides client support and advocacy on privacy and the ethical use of data as a strategic business essential. Her primary areas of focus include enterprise-wide compliance with legal regulations, such as FCRA, GLB, HIPAA, Privacy and Safeguard Rules, Telemarketing Sales Rule and CAN-SPAM; industry codes of conduct including the Direct Marketing Association’s Privacy Promise and the Digital Advertising Alliance’s Interest Based Advertising Guidelines; Mobile App Choices and Cross-Device Guidelines and Acxiom’s own leading-practice privacy policies. In particular, she is working to advance accountability using a contextual interrogation against ethical considerations. She has developed and implemented an annual privacy audit function that is widely regarded as the best in the industry.

Prior to joining Acxiom, Sheila worked for the U.S. Senate, and then managed congressional and political affairs for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants in its Washington, D.C. office, focusing on legislative and regulatory initiatives as well as directing its political action committee. Sheila has a master’s degree in communications, specializing in business and political communication.

Vice President, Information Technology, National Basketball Association

In his position as Vice President of Information Technology for the National Basketball Association, Ken DeGennaro oversees a team responsible for all aspects of software development for the NBA, WNBA, and NBA Development League including online, data services, and enterprise software.

In February 2013, DeGennaro was instrumental in the successful launch of NBA.com/Stats, the official NBA statistical destination powered by the SAP HANA® real-time platform. The innovative site provides the league, teams, media, and fans with access to the NBA’s entire official history of statistics – more than 4.5 quadrillion combinations of statistics – including every box score in history.

DeGennaro joined the NBA in May 1998 and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers University and a Master of Science in Jurisprudence from Seton Hall Law.

Vice President of Product Development, Technology & Product Organization, Comcast Corporation

As Vice President of Product Development for Comcast’s Technology and Product Organization, Chris is responsible for Comcast’s Identity systems, Residential and Business Class e-commerce and support services, Enterprise Messaging (email, SMS, push notifications) and the X1 Platform Back Office team. Chris also serves as the lead technology executive for a cross-company initiative to improve customer-focused self-service services and tools in all areas of Comcast’s Cable organization. During his twelve years at Comcast, Chris has also held senior leadership roles in mobile product development, online internal and external platform syndication, video search operations and new product development.

Prior to joining Comcast, Chris served as an entrepreneur at several companies including SCLogic, an Annapolis MD wireless logistics company, Telispark, an Arlington VA Deloitte Consulting spinoff focusing on SAP implementation in the mobile industry based, Waimea Consulting, a Washington DC Department of Defense Enterprise Architecture consulting group and BreakAway Games, a Hunt Valley MD developer of entertainment and “serious” gaming products. Chris has served on the board at Mobile Monday Mid-Atlantic, a non-profit professional networking organization based in Philadelphia, and at Cloudmine, a platform-as-a-service company also based in Philadelphia.

Chris holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech and an MBA from the University of Maryland.

Head of Alexa Skills Partners, Amazon

Michael Francisco leads the Global Partner team for the Alexa Skills Kit. Prior to Alexa he lead partnerships for the Amazon Appstore after spending eight years at Microsoft.

VP, Principal Analyst Serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals, Forrester

Liz focuses on the technology services industry, helping clients navigate this fast-changing market and maximize the business value of their technology investments. As a principal analyst, Liz helps clients understand the key dynamics in the enterprise application services market and make smart technology sourcing decisions. Specific topics of focus include SaaS, SAP and Oracle Services, and services for cloud and mobile. Liz has extensive experience helping technology buyers select services partners, manage provider relationships, and negotiate favorable contracts. She also advises technology and technology services vendors on market dynamics, buyer demands, competitive landscape, and go-to-market.

Liz has been a featured speaker at leading industry events such as SaaScon, Nasscom, Society of Information Managers, and World BPO Forum. She has been quoted in leading publications including The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, The New York Times, and CIO Magazine. Liz has been featured as a technology expert on TV news segments, including Bloomberg TV and Boston-based NECN. She was named IIAR Services analyst of the year in 2010.

Prior to joining Forrester in 2002, Liz worked at the US Department of Transportation’s Volpe Center, programming a computer simulator to test equipment for GPS-based ship navigation. Liz also worked as a researcher at the MIT Media Lab, programming “smart” objects that sense and “think” and researching electronic ballot user experience as part of the Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project. Prior to working at the MIT Media Lab, Liz worked in the COMDEX division of Ziff Davis.

Liz holds a B.S. in computer science and electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

John C. Hower Professor of Technology & Digital Business, Professor of Marketing, The Wharton School

Kartik Hosanagar is the John C. Hower Professor of Technology and Digital Business and a Professor of Marketing at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Kartik has been recognized as one of the world’s top 40 business professors under 40. He is a ten-time recipient of MBA or Undergraduate teaching excellence awards at the Wharton School. Kartik cofounded and developed the core IP for Yodle Inc, a venture-backed firm that was acquired by Web.com for $342M. He is a cofounder of SmartyPal Inc. He has served on the advisory boards of Milo (acq. by eBay) and Monetate and is involved with other startups as either an investor or board member. Kartik is a co-host of the SiriusXM show The Digital Hour

VP, Innovation, Performance and Technology, GSK

Dr. Julian Jenkins is VP for Innovation, Performance and Technology within the clinical platform in GSK Pharma R&D. He is accountable for performance management, business strategy and operations, and change management, while maintaining a state of the art clinical technology infrastructure. In addition, he leads the innovation agenda for the platform, which is focused on harnessing digital technologies to transform the conduct of clinical trials. He is also medicine development leader for a late stage anemia project.

Julian has worked in Pharma R&D for 20 years and has published in the areas of oncology, hematology and infectious diseases. Julian is a native of South Wales, and has a PhD from University of Nottingham Medical School in the UK.

Managing Director of Capital Markets,

Sandeep Kumar is a proven business operations strategist and technology expert with over 25 years’ experience in capital markets consulting. He has worked with some of the world’s largest buy- and sell-side firms to design and implement transformative, global technology solutions across the front, middle and back office that enhance operating models, streamline data capabilities and increase revenue. Kumar brings a depth of experience in investment and wealth management, wholesale banking, anti-money laundering, payments, brokerage and sell-side business and reference data and has been instrumental in the conception and launch of Synechron’s blockchain accelerators.

Based in New York, Kumar is working closely with clients to identify their greatest operational challenges and develop solution accelerators to optimize their operating models. He has worked on early-blockchain initiatives to streamline operations in areas such as trade finance and syndicated loans, simplify complex data synchronization for businesses such as mortgage servicing and margin calls and consolidate fragmented functions such as KYC utilities.

Prior to Synechron, Kumar served as a Principal and Vice President at Genpact’s Headstrong where he oversaw award-winning, global and regional delivery of capital markets projects and as a Regional Manager at Tata Consultancy Services where he developed and implemented pre- and post-trade processing solutions for equities, derivatives, fixed income and other instruments. In addition to his business accomplishments, Kumar services as a trustee for LOKA, a non-profit organization focused on cultural and development initiatives to promote education and environmental projects in India.

Program Director, Blockchain Labs &
Garage, North America, IBM

Eileen is responsible for accelerating the adoption of IBM Blockchain and helping clients make blockchain real for their business networks. Her team of technical architects and developers educate clients on blockchain, design the solution architecture for blockchain applications, as well as build and deliver blockchain applications. She is based out of the IBM Bluemix Garage in New York City, Soho. During her 10+ years with IBM, she’s held various business and finance roles, including M&A strategy and business development, financial planning and analysis, as well as pricing strategy. She began her IBM career working as a software engineer for z Systems in Poughkeepsie, NY. Eileen holds an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business and BS in Computer Science from Union College.

Senior Staff Engineer / Manager, Qualcomm Research

Daniel Mellinger is a Senior Staff Engineer/Manager at Qualcomm Research Philadelphia. Daniel graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a PhD in Mechanical Engineering in 2012. He then founded KMel Robotics with Alex Kushleyev. The company developed technology for multirotor aerial vehicles for a variety of applications from research to commercial to entertainment. KMel Robotics was acquired by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. in February 2015 with the goal of bringing aerial robotics to the next level together.

Public Policy Manager, Lyft

Sami Naim is Public Policy Manager for Lyft, the fastest growing rideshare company in the country. In this role, he focuses on advancing policy and regulatory initiatives that encourage ridesharing and similar innovations in the on-demand transportation industry

Prior to Lyft, Mr. Naim served as Special Counselor to Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, where he worked on a variety of legislative and regulatory issues that pushed New York City government to the forefront of public sector accountability, transparency and efficiency. At City Hall, Sami also served as counsel to the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, the Gracie Mansion Conservancy, the Regulatory Review Task Force, as well as a mayoral board appointee to the Queens Public Library.

CEO, Approach Infinity
COO, ISARA Corporation

MARK PECEN serves as CEO of Approach Infinity, Inc. and Chief Operating Officer of ISARA Corporation. Approach Infinity provides advisory services to technology startups, private equity firms, major corporations and law firms. ISARA Corporation develops security products for next-generation networks and computing platforms.

Pecen is also the chairman and founding member of the European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI) industry specification group Quantum Safe Cryptography (ISG QSC) in Sophia Antipolis, FRANCE, created in March 2015. The QSC was created to make recommendations on core cryptographic primitives and develop specifications for quantum-safe Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) applications, including practical advice and guidance to industry on real-world deployment issues.

He also serves as board member of University of Waterloo (CANADA) Institute for Quantum Computing, Wilfred Laurier University Lazaridis Institute for Business Studies and multiple private technology-focused companies, and is a technology advisor to the Canadian government and an investor in multiple technology companies.

Pecen is a retired senior vice president of BlackBerry, Ltd. and was previously awarded the title of Motorola Distinguished Innovator and Science Advisory Board member for his role in developing technology and standards for wireless communication. He is an inventor on more than 100 fundamental patents in wireless communication, networking and computing, and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Blockchain Program Lead and Chief Risk Officer, SEI

Susan Ramonat is SEI Investments’ Blockchain Program Lead. She has also acted as the company’s Chief Risk Officer since 2010.

Early in her career, Susan was a Vice President of Institutional Equity Sales at EF Hutton and Merrill Lynch. She later moved to the buy side as an equity analyst and ran the retail branch system of a community bank. Since joining SEI in 1996, Susan has held roles in sales, product development, technology strategy, sourcing, and 3rd party risk management.

Susan speaks frequently at industry events, technology conferences, and universities about blockchain, cybersecurity, and operational risk management.

Outside her professional duties, Susan serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council for the College of Arts and Sciences at Loyola University Chicago and on the Industrial Advisory Board of Loyola’s Engineering Science program.

Susan graduated magna cum laude in 1980 from Princeton University.

Vice President, Customer Engagement, Aktana

Eric is responsible for managing the customer experience from the initial implementation through post roll-out support. He brings almost 20 years of experience in the Biopharmaceutical and Life Sciences supporting analytical and marketing insight related activities. Prior to joining Aktana, Eric served as the Vice President of Client Delivery, Product Development and QA at PharmaMetrics. There he led client implementations for PharmaMetrics’ SaaS analytics solution for Managed Markets as well as product development activities to improve the user experience and analytical insights. Eric also led ImpactRx’s (acquired by Symphony Technology Group) client service organization delivering a syndicated data offering. Additionally, he worked as a client engagement manager offering strategic insight and market analysis to brand teams on sales force effectiveness, message execution, and launch planning in categories such as Oncology, Depression, and Anti-Infectives.

He has experience in software selection and delivery, and leveraging best practices throughout the software development lifecycle, which have resulted in the implementation of high-performing customized solutions for his clients.

Eric graduated from Saint Joseph’s University with a BS in Pharmaceutical Marketing and holds an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with concentrations in Healthcare Management and Operations/Information Management.

Principal, Vanguard

Ellen Rinaldi, Chief Security Officer and Chief Information Security Officer, is a nineteen year Vanguard Principal with global responsibility for Enterprise Security including: Physical and Personnel Security, IT and Information Security, the Security Operations Center and Fraud. She serves as the Chair of the Chief Information Security Officer Advisory Committee of the Investment Company Institute (ICI) and participates in numerous webcasts and blogs addressing Vanguard shareholder interests. In this role she has also managed Access Management and directed the development of the Data Governance and Privacy Program.

Prior to her nine years heading Enterprise Security, she led Vanguard’s Investment Counseling & Research Group, providing portfolio recommendations, topical commentary and investment counseling for clients, Vanguard’s retirement agenda, including the development of retirement services for Vanguard shareholders, Web-based services and tools, the Vanguard® Managed Account Program, and overseeing Vanguard’s Annuity and Insurance Group. She also served as Principal of Vanguard’s Personal Financial Planning Group, Defined Benefit Services Group and Client Service Group for Large Institutional 401(k) clients.

Prior to Vanguard, Ellen held a variety of positions in the insurance industry in the areas of law, marketing, product development, marketing research and strategic planning, sales management and client service management.

Ms. Rinaldi received her B.A. from the University of Connecticut, her J.D. from Suffolk University Law School, and her L.L.M. in Taxation from Boston University Law School.

Chief Innovation & Technology Officer, Mobiquity

Ty Rollin is a consummate technologist and thought leader who is always ahead of the latest innovation. He currently oversees Mobiquity’s Amazon Web Services and Alexa partnerships, core technology, and development efforts, including driving strategic insight for client projects. Ty also spearheads Mobiquity Labs, an applied technology lab environment that explores the feasibility of emerging technologies.

Rollin joined Mobiquity from KMDM, where he oversaw the design and implementation of iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry-based solutions for Fortune 100 media companies.

Ty was named to TodayWirelessWorld.com’s list of the Top 100 Wireless Technology Experts for 2014 – The Wireless Wavemakersâ„¢. He holds a master’s in electrical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a bachelor’s in computer engineering from Villanova.

CEO, SpaceTime Insight

As CEO, Rob Schilling oversees the corporate direction of SpaceTime Insight. He focuses on driving overall strategy, operations, innovation and customer success. Rob was formerly SVP and GM of several of SAP’s strategic industries in North America, including SAP Utilities, and was Chief Operating and Customer Success Officer of SAP Japan. Rob has also held executive positions at Oracle, Siebel Systems and Comergent Technologies.

Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, Safeguard Scientifics

Dr. Snyder is a recognized thought leader in technology and innovation. He has more than 25 years of experience in business leadership, strategic planning and technology management for Fortune 500 companies and startup ventures.

Dr. Snyder is Chief Technology and Innovation Officer at Safeguard Scientifics (NYSE:SFE), which provides capital and relevant expertise to fuel the growth of technology-driven businesses in healthcare, financial services and digital media. At Safeguard, Dr. Snyder is focused on shaping the company’s future technology vision, expanding its innovation ecosystem, and helping Safeguard’s partner companies fully leverage the new wave of emerging technologies. Safeguard targets companies that are capitalizing on the next wave of enabling technologies with a particular focus on the Internet of Everything, enhanced security and artificial intelligence, which includes predictive analytics and machine learning.

Prior to Safeguard, Dr. Snyder was President and Chief Strategy Officer at Mobiquity Inc., a leader in delivering innovative mobile and digital solutions for enterprises, where he continues to be Chairman of Mobiquity’s Advisory Board. Dr. Snyder has held executive positions with several Fortune 500 companies including GE, Martin Marietta, and Lockheed Martin, has been the CEO of a leading strategic planning firm, Decision Strategies International, and has also started business ventures in software including OmniChoice, a CRM/Analytics applications provider. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Fulton Financial Corporation (FFC).

Dr. Snyder has authored a book entitled, “The New World of Wireless: How to Compete in the 4G Revolution”, and has been a long-time thought leader in the mobile and digital space. In addition, he is a chapter author in the books “The Network Challenge: Strategy, Profit, and Risk in the Interlinked World” and “Inside the Minds: Small Business Growth Strategies: Goals for Successful CEOs.” Dr. Snyder is a Senior Fellow in the Management Department at the Wharton School, an Adjunct Faculty Member in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Pennsylvania, and has lectured at MIT, Babson, Duke, Georgia Tech and INSEAD on Digital Innovation, Decision-making, Business and IT Strategy, Next Generation Wireless, Product Design and Development, and Business Intelligence. Dr. Snyder founded and directs the Wireless Innovation Council, which is made up of leading companies focused on cross-sector mobile innovation opportunities. He also holds two patents for on-line decision aids and has been quoted as a thought leader in numerous publications including the CIO Magazine, WIRED, Forbes, Knowledge@Wharton, Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Dr. Snyder earned his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Systems Engineering from University of Pennsylvania.

CTO and Co-Founder, Propeller Health

Greg is a technology enthusiast who excels at applying technology in new domains with the potential for large scale. He balances the big vision of how software technology can improve our lives with being an advocate for customers still living in the present. He has a Masters in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. He previously ran the engineering team at Emageon, a medical imaging company.

Regional Vice President and General Manager, SAP Sports and Entertainment

Global Leader with over 30 years of sales, marketing and operations experience. Currently responsible for all sales and business development related activities for SAP’s Sports and Entertainment industry in North America and Latin America. Previously held various leadership positions including Global Head of Sales Operations for SAP Sales, North America Sales Operations Leader for SAP’s MidMarket practice, and various sales, marketing, and consulting related responsibilities focused on strategic sales initiatives (Post-Merger Integration, Go-to-Market Strategy, and Field Readiness and Enablement). Prior to joining SAP, Frank spent 8 years at Oracle, holding various positions of leadership in the North America Consulting Organization, from NA Head of Consulting Operations, post-merger integration leader for major acquisitions including Peoplesoft and JD Edwards, and full P&L responsibility of consulting lines of business with a focus on Public Sector, Financial Services, and Higher Education business units.

Frank is a graduate of The University of Scranton and has an MBA from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. He is an avid golfer and basketball “junkie”, and actively involved in various local boards and is currently the Commissioner of the CYO Youth Sports Programs in Delaware County. He lives in Havertown, PA with his wife and three sons.

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