Thursday, February 27, 2020 | 8:30am - 5pm
Long Beach Marriott; 4700 Airport Plaza Dr, Long Beach, CA 90815

SCSIM’s first ever CIO Summit is coming to So Cal. 150 IT senior leaders collaborate in a single day focused on key relevant, thought provoking topics of today and your future. The day is filled with two riveting keynotes, along with brilliant speakers and panelists on four core topics, along with food, drink and networking.


SCSIM’s remarkable differentiator is that our membership is heavily comprised of industry practitioners which enables greater focus on key insights most important to CIOs. Through collaboration with peers and an agenda designed by CIOs, we share best practices and relevant leadership topics influenced by various perspectives to support growth and enablement for our local audience.


Attendees all represent end user roles at the companies they serve and are in a decision making capacity (Director, Director IT, VP IT, CIO)


How to Get Cyber Secure Without Breaking the Bank

Practical advice for SMB for compliance and security / Learn from practitioners how they were successful without spending lots of money and without vendors.

Giving Back and Getting Back: Leveraging Academia

Panel to focus on how IT leaders interact with academia not only through teaching (giving back) but also through programs such as university incubators (getting back).

Modern Data Analytics – The Art of the Possibility – Becoming a Data Driven Company

A company that uses data at all levels of an organization to make decisions is by definition, a Data Driven company. Learn what makes a Data Driven company different and recent advances in Data Analytics which you can leverage to accelerate your Digital Transformation.

From the C-Suite to the Boardroom

Leveraging your C-level career to become a corporate board candidate might require new skills you may not yet have in your quiver. In this session, we’ll explore what it takes to land a board seat along with recent experiences for consideration.

KEYNOTE: Cloud Nativing AI

Patricia Florissi
Global CTO for Sales Dell EMC

As businesses of all sizes strive to become more mature on their digital journey, they are consistently seeking to design, build and run new applications according to the state-of-the-art cloud native principles, while selecting and prioritizing which existing applications should be re-factored to abide to them.

Simultaneously, Artificial Intelligence (AI) workloads are rapidly migrating from pilots to production, assuming an ever more mission critical role, and becoming ever more interwoven into businesses’ digital strategy. With specific focus on AI workloads, learn how to identify intrinsic patterns in the anatomy of emerging digital fabrics and how these patterns drive the need for other patterns in the design of the digital fabric that depend on cloud, containers, and cloud-native principles.

KEYNOTE: How Innovation and Analytics Drive Transformation for the San Francisco Giants

Bill Schlough
CIO SF Giants

The San Francisco Giants are the most successful major league baseball franchise of the past decade, winning three world championships over a five-year span. This success on the field translated to wins in the box office, as well, with a 530 game sellout streak—the second longest in MLB history.

But in recent years, the formula that brought the Giants this unprecedented success hasn’t yielded the same results. With a new Chairman, new EVP of Baseball Operations, new General Manager, new Field Manager and a new name (Oracle!) on their iconic ballpark, change is the only constant.

Longtime CIO, Bill Schlough, who has experienced all of the highs and lows over his 20+ year tenure with the team, will share the story of how innovation and data analytics are driving this transformation—and will ultimately help bring yet another championship to the San Francisco Giants at Oracle Park.
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Bill Schlough
CIO SF Giants

Bill Schlough serves as SVP & Chief Information Officer of the San Francisco Giants and Chairman of the San Jose Giants.

Since Schlough's arrival in 1999, the Giants have been recognized among the most innovative teams in sports. They were the first team to provide free Wi-Fi to all fans beginning in 2004, and Oracle Park is currently the home of the largest video board in California and first 4K-capable screen in MLB. Schlough’s IT team has also supported the baseball operation in implementing an array of proprietary analytic tools that helped the team secure three World Series titles in recent years.

An Olympic enthusiast, Schlough served on the committees for San Francisco’s bids to host the 2012, 2016 and 2024 Olympic Games. His event experience includes assignments at the 1994 World Cup along with Olympics in Atlanta, Salt Lake, Torino, and PyeongChang.

Schlough was inducted into’s CIO Hall of Fame in 2017, was named Trace3’s 2016 CIO Outlier of the Year, InformationWeek’s 2012 IT Chief of the Year, and is a Sports Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” alumnus.
A San Francisco native and Ironman triathlete, Schlough holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from Duke and an MBA from Wharton.


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Patricia Florissi
Global CTO for Sales Dell EMC

Patricia Florissi is Vice President and Global Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Sales. As Global CTO for Sales, Patricia helps define mid and long term technology strategy, representing the needs of the broader Dell EMC ecosystem in strategic initiatives. Patricia also acts as the liaison between Dell EMC and our customers and partners, to foster stronger alliances and deliver higher value.

Patricia was previously the Vice President and Global CTO for Sales at EMC prior to the merger between Dell and EMC. She also holds the honorary title of EMC Distinguished Engineer, having been nominated in October 2007.

Patricia is the creator, author, narrator, and graphical influencer of the educational video series Dell EMC Big Ideas ( ), on emerging technologies and trends. The Big Ideas animated videos accelerate and expand technical thought leadership in EMC using innovative learning methodologies in a fun, easy way without talking about products to both internal and external audiences. There are over 20 videos in the series, with some videos localized in 10 languages, and with a combined total count of over half a million views. Patricia also writes articles on the impact of Big Data in accelerating innovation ( to the 2014 World Economic Forum (WEF) Global IT Report Newsletters (



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Keith Golden
CIO Econolite Group, Inc.

Keith Golden is a practicing information technology executive based in Orange County, California. He is currently Chief Information Officer of the Econolite Group, Inc., a leading provider of intelligent transportation management products and services ( Keith has previously served as CTO of several venture-funded start-ups and has worked for and consulted to a wide variety of private- and public-sector organizations in IT, Engineering and Product Development roles.

Keith has driven countless projects to successful completion while ensuring delivery consistent with corporate culture and strategy. Keith’s success in transforming underperforming IT organizations led to an abiding interest in high-performance team building, collaborative leadership, and coaching. Outside the office, Keith’s interests include his family, nonprofit service, and trail running. An avid musician, Keith played formidable lead guitar in a wedding band for 10 years—but didn’t quit his day job.

Keith is Board Chair of SCSIM, having previously served as Vice Chair and Event Chair. As Board Chair, Keith is delighted to work with his fellow board members to expand and extend SCSIM’s program offerings for the benefit our membership and the Southern California information technology community.
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Helen Norris
CIO Chapman University

Helen Norris is Vice President for information technology and CIO at Chapman University, where she is responsible for leading the university’s information technology strategy and services, and oversight of the University Library. Previously, Helen was the Associate CIO at California State University, Sacramento. Before that, Helen spent twelve years at UC Berkeley where she held progressive information technology management roles at both the departmental and central levels. She also previously worked as VP for IT for an advertising agency and a law firm, both in St. Louis, Missouri.

Helen serves on several boards. She was appointed to serve a 4-year term on the EDUCAUSE ( Board of Directors starting October 2019. She serves as the Vice-Chair of the Southern California Society for Information Management ( and Chair of the Board of Trustees of the National Endowment for Financial Education ( Additionally, she is a member of the board of advisors for EmpowHer Institute (, whose mission is to empower young women through education, training, and mentorship as they prepare for college and their careers. She serves on the Dell Higher Education Advisory Board and the governing board for the CIO Summit in Los Angeles. She previously served as the Director of the Sacramento Women in Technology International ( network.

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Allan Lubitz
Senior Industry Fellow UC Irvine.

Allan Lubitz is a Senior Industry Fellow at UC Irvine. He chairs the university’s CIO Roundtable and Digital Innovation Forum. He is a member of the Merage Dean’s Advisory Board and Center for Digital Transformation Advisory Board. Allan is a frequent speaker, moderator, and lecturer and served as Professor of Management of Information Technology. In addition to his work at UCI, Allan also does independent consulting and mentoring for several clients.

For more than 10 years prior to joining UCI, Allan was a Senior Vice President at Mercury General Corporation serving as CIO, CDO, CISO, and Head of Innovation. Allan was responsible for establishing enterprise technology vision and leading the investments in customer-centric solutions, new product technology, data analytics, AI/ML, software systems, global IT operations, information security, cyber/fraud risk management, and business continuity. Prior to that, Allan held similar executive roles at H&R Block, First American, Experian, TRW, and GMAC/Ditech.

Allan has served on the boards of several non-profit organizations including Orange County School of the Arts, Pacific Symphony, and Foundation for Philanthropy. In 2006, Allan received the Henry W. Bloch National Award for Community Service. Allan holds an MBA from Loyola Marymount University with a focus on International Business and a BA from Hiram College.

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Thomas Phelps
CIO & VP of Corporate Strategy Laserfiche

Thomas Phelps IV is the CIO and VP of Corporate Strategy for Laserfiche, a global provider of intelligent process automation and enterprise content management software. He leads IT, product support, industry marketing, analyst relations and strategic alliances.

Previously, Thomas was PwC’s national entertainment and media champion for cybersecurity. He led the innovation of content security practices used worldwide by the motion picture industry. Thomas was the Advisory Services leader for a $30B aerospace and defense company and a $15B tech company. He led engagements for Fortune 500 companies on IT transformation, security, privacy, internal audit and business continuity management. Prior to PwC, Thomas was part of three new business initiatives at Motorola, including the start-up Internet Software Products Division.   

Thomas is the Chairperson of Long Beach Accelerator. He serves on several boards, including Innovate@UCLA, STEM Advantage and Southern California, Society for Information Management. He is a past-president of ISACA Los Angeles and on the Speakers Bureau for ISACA International.

Thomas has co-chaired sessions at the Wall Street Journal CIO Network Annual Meetings, and been cited in many publications, including Forbes, The Economist,, IDG Connect, Tech Target, Inc. Magazine and others. He has co-authored/contributed to five books, including publications by PwC, ISACA and CRC Press. In 2019, Thomas became an Adjunct Professor for the Master in Accounting with Emphasis on Data and Analytics (MAcc D+A) program at the University of Southern California.

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Julie Cullivan
Chief People and Technology Officer Forescout Technologies

Julie Cullivan serves as Chief People and Technology Officer at Forescout Technologies - the leader in device visibility and control. Cullivan leads the People, Business and Technology Operations at Forescout and is responsible for driving the execution of cross functional business transformation initiatives spanning people, processes, and systems. She also sits on the Board of Axon Enterprise, Inc., (Axon), formerly known as TASER International, Inc., the world's leading provider of law enforcement technology solutions and is an Advisor to, a leader in pen-test as a service.

A thought leader in sales, channel, cloud, cyber security, and business digitization, Cullivan is adept at implementing innovative technology solutions to enable such strategic imperatives. Before transitioning to Forescout Technologies, Cullivan served as EVP, Business Operations and CIO at FireEye, Inc— where she helped scale FireEye from a private company with $80 million in revenue, through its successful IPO, to a global publicly traded company with revenues of over $700 million and a $2.7 billion valuation. Cullivan has extensive operational and strategy expertise and previously held executive positions focused on sales, channel and marketing operations at Autodesk, McAfee, EMC and Oracle.

Recognized as a 2019 Women of Influence in Silicon Valley Business Journal, Cullivan is a leader in the cyber security field and a sought-after speaker on topics including women in technology, security as a boardroom imperative, and building high impact teams. Ms. Cullivan has a B.S. degree in Finance from Santa Clara University and brings extensive business, information technology and cyber security expertise to the Axon Board.

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Jessica Denecour
Board Director for MobileIron, Experienced SVP and CIO

Jessica Denecour served as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Varian Medical Systems from January 2006 to September 2017. Prior to Varian, she worked for Agilent Technologies as VP of Enterprise Applications from April 2005 to December 2005 and as VP of Global Infrastructure from June 2000 until March 2005. Prior to Agilent, she worked for 18 years at Hewlett Packard in increasing levels of responsibility, most recently as Senior Director of IT for Test and Measurement until that business was spun off into Agilent. Denecour graduated summa cum laude with her B.S. in Business Administration and Management Information Systems from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo and her M.S. in Cyber Security Leadership and Operations from the University of San Diego.

She is currently serving on the Board of Directors of MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL). Previously she was a board member for the Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose and the Athena Alliance. In 2014, Ms. Denecour was honored as a Women of Influence in the Silicon Valley and in 2012 received the Bay Area CIO Award for Innovation and Transformation presented by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.

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Mike Robkin
Consultant, MBA, CISSP

Mike Robkin is a consultant supporting Healthcare, Wellness, and Cybersecurity industry clients.

Mike particularly enjoys collaborating in the discovery, development, and marketing of solutions to the apparently wicked problems that lurk in the overlap between the Computer Sciences and the real world of Business, Regulation, Healthcare, and Users. He has more than 20 years of experience the acquisition, development, and operation of Clinical Information Systems, Ancillary Diagnostic Systems, Electronic Health Records, and Enterprise IT for large integrated healthcare delivery systems in both the USA and China.

Mike previously has led research programs in Security, Interoperability and User Experience for Government, Defense, and Consumer Electronics customers. Mike was a founding Board Member of the Continua Health Alliance, an international industry consortium of Fortune 50 companies, world-class Hospitals, and start-ups that developed the industry’s first interoperable guidelines for in-home chronic disease management and care coordination. Continua collaborated with the FDA and other US and International regulatory bodies to publish technology standards for HL7, IEEE, USB, and Bluetooth.

Mike is a frequent speaker on Security, Interoperability, Big Data, and FDA Regulation, and is a member of the Society for Participatory Medicine.
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Carolyn A. Stephens
Managing Director of Enterprise Collaborations UCI

Carolyn A. Stephens currently serves as the Managing Director of Enterprise Collaborations, at UCI. Her work involves ensuring the economic impact and commercialization potential of academic knowledge and invention.

Stephens’ career blended corporate, start-up and academic environments. Much of her career was spent in industry, serving in a number of executive marketing and management positions with publicly-traded high-tech firms including Western Digital, Emulex, and Adaptec. She co-founded, built and exited via acquisition, a successful technology start-up, Power I/O. Anticipating the importance of the industry-university public-private partnership, Stephens augmented her industry practice as clinical faculty at The George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics at Chapman University until joining UCI Beall Applied Innovation at its inception.

She earned a PhD in Management from the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University, an MBA from Pepperdine University, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California. She also holds several certificates, including Management of Research, Development and Technology-Based Innovation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and Strategy, Leadership and Corporate Management from Claremont Graduate University.

Stephens’ serves as a Trustee at Claremont Graduate University. Other service roles have included, Chair of the Orange County Council and a National Board membership with the American Electronics Association (now TechAmerica), UCI School of the Arts Dean’s Advisory Council in the area of Digital Arts and a board member of Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Orange County.

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Cheryl Washington

Cheryl Washington is the Chief Information Security Officer for the University of California at Davis.  Cheryl has more than 20 years of experience developing and managing IT and information security programs in higher education.  Currently, Cheryl leads the development and implementation of a comprehensive information security program that supports the academic, research, and public service mission of the University of California at Davis.  Cheryl works closely with faculty, staff, and management to implement strategies to protect personal and institutional information assets.  Prior to joining the UCD, Cheryl served as the Chief Information Security and Privacy Officer for the University of California system and Chief Information Security Officer for the California State University system.  Cheryl is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles and maintains designations as a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US), Certified Information Privacy Professional/Government (CIPP/G), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), and PCI Internal Security Assessor (ISA).

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Stan Stahl
President Citadel

Dr. Stahl is a pioneer in the field of information security, having entered the field in 1980. Earlier in his career he secured teleconferencing at the White House, databases inside Cheyenne Mountain and the communications network controlling our nuclear weapons arsenal.

Dr. Stahl excels at helping his clients develop and implement information security management strategies consistent with their unique information security responsibilities, their business realities and their cultural circumstances. He has that rare gift of being able to describe the complexities of information security in a way that makes sense to real-world non-technical business professionals.

Dr. Stahl’s unusual leadership and management capabilities were developed through a career filled with growth, innovation and achievement in the management of technology and its strategic integration into the organization. He has honed his craft not only through his extensive experience in the management of information security but also through his experiences as (i) COO of an online management education and training company, (ii) a strategic management consultant specializing in business performance, (iii) a software engineer and research scientist in early secure computing and (iv) a mathematics professor.

Dr. Stahl is also founder and President of Secure The Village, a non-profit whose mission is a cybersecure Los Angeles. He is Past-President of the LA Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association and the architect of the Chapter’s It Takes the Village to Secure the Village SM Community Outreach Program.

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Coco Brown
Founder and CEO The Athena Alliance

Coco is the Founder and CEO of The Athena Alliance, where she enables senior female leaders to own their value and achieve their true potential. She formed Athena in 2016, focusing on getting more women into board seats. Today, Athena has grown into a community powered by a technology platform, what Athena refers to as “the golf course in the cloud”. Athena offers women access to a community of support for every level of their senior leadership careers. Athena members are supported by curated networking, member-to-member mentorship, in-person and virtual events, coaching with top executive coaches, and access to a wide range of opportunities, such as board seats, executive roles, and speaking engagements. Athena also partners with forward-thinking brands, such as such as Microsoft, Intuit, LinkedIn, and Autodesk, to strengthen their senior female leadership teams, as well as investment firms such as TA Associates, Lightspeed Ventures, and Costanoa, offering them access to Athena’s vast network of talent.

Prior to Athena, Coco served as President, COO and Board Director of Taos, a prominent in IT Services business serving hundreds of F1000 companies such as Apple, Cisco, ebay, Facebook, and Silicon Valley Bank. Coco also served on the board of Taos for 12 years, leading the company through massive economic cycles and business model evolution and growth. In 2019, Coco joined the board of ArcherPoint to which she brings her expertise in scaling and diversifying professional services. Coco is an experienced board member having served on the boards of Athena Alliance, Taos Mountain Software, Inc., and MentorNet. She served as Grace Hopper - ABIE Technology Leadership Award, Nominating Committee Chair 2014-2017 and has received numerous awards and visibility in high-profile publications. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.

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Ron King, PhD
Sr. Director, Research Translation Programs UCI Applied Innovation

Dr. King is the Senior Director of the Research Translation Program at Applied Innovation, University of California, Irvine. Dr. King brings more than 25 years of experience in health technology, business, and policy management in both public and private sectors. He was the Chief Science and Investment Officer as well as co-founder of BioAccel a Biotech business Accelerator. Prior to starting BioAccel, Dr. King was the Vice President of Business and Strategic Partnerships at The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) where he was responsible for alliance management, business development, and technology commercialization.

Dr. King has in depth experience in creating and launching novel programs and companies designed to transform new technologies from research discoveries into useful products and business opportunities. Dr. King is an expert in developing and executing novel strategies for integrating science and business. Dr. King has held several senior level positions at the National Institutes of Health, including: Associate Director of Intramural Research and Director of Technology Transfer at the National Human Genome Research Institute.

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Leon Janks
CPA Managing Partner

Leon Janks, CPA, has more than 45 years of experience in the areas of audit and accounting, tax planning and general business consulting. He advises his clients on matters related to strategic planning, profitability, mergers and acquisitions, and buying and selling businesses. Leon serves clients in a wide variety of industries, including manufacturing distribution and retail.

Leon is a member of the California Society of CPAs and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

On a global scale, Leon represents Green Hasson Janks in HLB International, a 150-country network of accounting firms, as the HLB U.S.A. chairman. He is a member of the Board of Directors and chairs both the Audit and Finance Committees for PriceSmart, a publicly held company in San Diego.

Leon is a member of the Audit Committee at the Jewish Federation of Los Angeles. He is also a Board Member of the World Trade Center and the past Chairman of the Milken Community Schools where he now sits on the Executive Committee of the Board.

Leon has a master’s degree in Accounting and a bachelor’s degree in Commerce. Leon's hobbies include surfing, scuba diving and skiing.

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Paul Barth
Managing Director, Enterprise Data Management Qlik

Dr. Paul Barth is Managing Director, Enterprise Data Management at Qlik and leads the Qlik Data Catalyst business. Previously, Dr. Barth was CEO of Podium Data, which was acquired by Qlik in 2018 to create a next generation integrated data and analytics platform. He has spent decades developing advanced data and analytics solutions for Fortune 100 companies, and is a recognized thought-leader on business-driven data strategies and best practices.

Prior to founding Podium Data, Paul co-founded NewVantage Partners, a boutique consultancy advising C-level executives at leading banking, investment, and insurance firms. Through his research at Yale and MIT and leadership roles at Schlumberger, Thinking Machines, Epsilon, Tessera, and iXL, Dr. Barth led the discovery and development of parallel processing and AI technologies to dramatically accelerate and simplify data management and analytics.

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Nancy Kim Yun
Group Director Enterprise Collaborations

Nancy Kim Yun engenders enterprise level engagement at UCI. In this role, she works to connect researchers developing new technologies with companies interested in leveraging world-class innovation. She held appointments with the Samueli School of Engineering and the Donald Bren School of Information Computer Sciences.

Prior to joining UCI, Nancy held executive positions at Boeing, BAX Global and Rockwell International. She led global business development and advanced systems organizations where she was responsible for $1B per annum in orders as well as a research portfolio. Nancy also held PL roles including Integrated Shipboard Systems and was responsible for her team, revenue, profits, supply chain and customers. She has worked as a strategy consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton, IMC, Nolan, Norton Co. where she helped implement technology strategies for Fortune 200 companies. Nancy holds a BS in Computer Science and BA in Psychology (cum laude) from UCI, as well as an MBA from the Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA. She is a PhD candidate in Organizational Systems from Fielding Graduate University.

Nancy holds multiple board positions. Current and past board roles include: Cloudify Inc., Rani Engineering, SCSIM, Vertum Innovate, ICS Dean’s Leadership Council, Diversity Council, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Anaheim (Board Chair). Nancy has been recognized for her leadership with Amelia Earhart’s Society’s Female of the Year; UCI’s Lauds & Laurels: Distinguished Alumni; and management leadership award from National Women of Color in STEM organization.


8:30am – 9:00am Registration and Networking
9:00am – 9:15am SCSIM Welcome
Keith Golden - CIO - Econolite Group, Inc
9:15am – 10:00am Morning Keynote – Patricia Florissi, VP and Global CTO for Sales, Dell EMC
10:00am – 10:45am How to Get Cyber Secure Without Breaking the Bank
Moderator: Mike Robkin
Panelists: Cheryl Washington - CISO - UC Davis,
Stan Stahl - President - Citadel 
10:45am – 11:00am Break
11:00am – 11:10am RLF introduction – Cliff Higbee
11:10am – 11:55am Giving Back and Getting Back: Leveraging Academia;
Moderator: Helen Norris - CIO - Chapman University
Panelists: Allan Lubitz - Senior Industry Fellow - UC Irvine,
Ron King, Sr. Director, Research Translation Programs UCI Applied Innovation
Thomas Phelps - CIO - Laserfiche,
Carolyn Stephens - Managing Director of Enterprise Collaborations - UCI
11:55am – 1:00pm Lunch / Networking, STEM Advantage Video Intro
1:00pm – 1:45pm Modern Data Analytics – The Art of the Possibility – Becoming a Data Driven Company
Paul Barth, Managing Director, Enterprise Data Management, Qlik
1:45pm – 2:30pm From the C-Suite to the Boardroom;
Moderator: Coco Brown - Founder and CEO - The Athena Alliance
Panelists: Jessica Denecour - Board Director for MobileIron, Experienced SVP and CIO,
Julie Cullivan - Chief People and Technology Officer — Forescout Technologies,
Leon Janks - CPA,
Nancy Kim Yun - Director Research Collaborations - UC Irvine
2:30pm – 2:45pm Break
2:45pm – 3:30pm Afternoon Keynote – Bill Schlough, CIO, SF Giants
3:30pm – 3:45pm Wrap Up
3:45pm – 5:00pm Cocktails, Networking