November 8, 2018 – November 9, 2018 THE BALLANTYNE, CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
The Millennium Alliance is thrilled to present the 8th edition of Digital Enterprise Transformation Assembly that is put together by the industry, for the industry. Join us for a series of executive education roundtables, keynote presentations, collaborative think tanks, educational workshops, and networking sessions offering industry-specific topics and trends to ensure your company sustains its competitive advantage.
×Rhonda Vetere CIO & Global Technology Executive, Rhonda Vetere Inc.
Rhonda Vetere is a seasoned C-Suite technology executive who has worked across industries in global technology. A change agent for digital transformation, she has led the way for growth with more than 23 mergers and acquisitions at companies.
A passionate leader in technology across industries, Rhonda has worked in global executive positions at Estée Lauder Companies, AIG, HP Enterprise Services, Barclays / Lehman, Bank One / JPMorgan Chase, CompuServe, UUNET, MCI, and Worldcom. She has lived and worked internationally – in New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, London, Mumbai, and across India – and has managed teams of more than 20,000 people.
As an industry expert and influencer, Vetere has been a keynote speaker and panelist at many conferences and events, including World Economic Forum/Davos, WIT (Women in Technology) Connect, Microsoft Global CIO Summit, Dell EMC World, and the U.S. Vice Presidential Candidate Debate. Rhonda has been recognized with for her leadership and influence, notably with a 2017 Stevie Award for Excellence in Transforming Business and as a multi-year Top 100 CIO/CTO Executive Leader in STEM by STEMconnector.
Grit & Grind is Vetere’s second book – she is also the co-author of an HP special edition book, Enterprise Service Management for Dummies.
An avid sports fan and real-world corporate athlete, Rhonda stays focused and sharp by competing in marathons and triathlons on a regular basis – over 70 events thus far, including triathlons, half-marathons, marathons, and IRONMAN 70.3 mile triathlons. She recently ran 55 miles in the Serengeti as part of a girls and women’s empowerment fundraiser: the first women-only run of its kind.
×Vince Campitelli II Enterprise Security Specialist, Cloud Security Alliance
×Judith Spitz, Ph.D. Founding Program Director, Cornell Tech
Judith Spitz, Ph.D. is the Founding Program Director of the Initiative for Women in Technology and Entrepreneurship in New York (WiTNY) at Cornell Tech; a partnership between Cornell Tech, the City University of New York (CUNY) and a growing list of corporate partners with a mission to double the participation of women in both higher education and entrepreneurship in fields related to technology. She is also a member of the Advisory Board of ASAPP, an Artificial Intelligent company that drives digital transformation in customer care. From 2005 - 2016 she was SVP and CIO at Verizon. Prior to her career in the communications industry, she was a research associate and adjunct faculty at CUNY. The New York Business Journal listed her as one of its 2018 Women of Influence. In 2017, she received the Above & Beyond Award for Outstanding Women in Business from City & State New York. InfoWorld named her as a 2009 CTO 25 award winner. Computerworld magazine put her on its CIO 100 Honoree list in 2007. Her current passion is driving programs that will address the urgent need for more women in technology and topics related to the leadership skills needed in the digital economy.
×Jeffrey Banks Head of Global Data Governance, General Motors