IoT Slam 2020 Internet of Things Conference
August 19, 2020, Online, USA
IoT Slam 2020 Internet of Things Conference
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Panel: Women in IoT Center of Excellence
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About speakers

Michele Null
Global Marketing Leader, IoT Division at SAS
Roxy Stimpson
Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at D4DT Inc.
Lisa Seacat DeLuca
Director, Emerging Solutions AI Applications at IBM
Amanda Healy
Head of Brand Marketing at Cisco
Kelly Ireland
Founder at CB Technologies
Vijji Suryadevara
CIO & Head of Engineering at Phizzle

As the global marketing leader in the IoT Division at SAS, Michele is an evangelist for artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, promoting the importance of a robust analytics lifecycle to drive valuable outcomes in IoT initiatives across industries. Michele and her team play an important role in growing SAS in the world of IoT. She is focused on collaborating with the commercial business development team to identify, further develop, and amplify strategic partnerships. She works closely with customers and partners to understand market requirements and then works in conjunction with product management and R&D to ensure technology and solutions meet key market needs and will help drive business value. Michele enjoys being an active member of leading IoT consortiums including the Industrial Internet Consortium, the IoT Community and RIoT. After graduating from the University of Virginia, Michele began her journey in the technology field, which has spanned nearly 20 years. Prior to joining SAS in 2014, Michele held various roles during her tenure at IBM including product management, product marketing and program management.

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"Roxy is a master at bringing teams together to create an architectural vision that meets business strategies. Her high energy and positivity inspire business and technical teammates alike. Roxy and I have worked together on numerous strategic initiatives over the years, and she has always stood out as a leader. I admire her strong communication and collaboration style; plus, the sense of excitement and fun she brings to every effort. She is one of the best CTOs I’ve worked with through the years. If you haven’t worked with Roxy, do!" — Adeline Honnas, COO, Xenon Arc, Inc.Experienced hands-on software engineering leader passionate about enterprise applications and system integrations, IoT, machine learning, data engineering, distributed system design, tools, and agile methods.Enjoys working on connecting systems, machines, and leveraging human technology by building manual, automated, and hybrid processes for enterprises.Worked on innovative and strategic projects at Microsoft, ATI, SUPERVALU, Nike, Safeco, Getty Images, Corbis, InFocus, Gates Foundation, ChemPoint.com (a subsidiary of Univar), Xenon Arc, and more.

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Lisa Seacat DeLuca is a Director & Distinguished Engineer, leading the incubation and incorporation of the Digital Twin across IBM’s IoT offering suite and driving the digital transformation of IoT solutions within IBM. Lisa holds a Masters of Science in Technology Commercialization from the University of Texas McCombs School of Business, and a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University with minors in Business Administration and Multimedia Productions. This year, Lisa was named Innovator of the Year from Innovation & Tech Magazine. In 2018, LinkedIn named Lisa #1 on their list of Top Voices in Technology and one of their Top 15 Female Voices to Follow. In 2017, Lisa was inducted into the Women in Technology International (WITI) Hall of Fame, was named #2 in LinkedIn’s Top Voices in Technology List, named as a Top Women in Tech IoT Influencer by Onalytica, and received an honorary PhD from Claremont Graduate University. In 2016, Lisa was named one of the Most Influential Women in IoT. She was named one of MIT’s 35 Innovators Under 35 in 2015, as well as, LinkedIn’s NextWave of 10 Enterprise Technologists Under 35, one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business, and IBM’s Working Mother of the Year for Working Mother Magazine. In 2014, she was named one of Network World’s 50 Most Fascinating People in the World of Technology.

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Amanda Healy is an award-winning marketing leader, social media expert, and national speaker. As Head of Brand Marketing for Cisco’s Internet of Things (IoT) group, she drives thought leadership, brand awareness, and advocacy for IoT at Cisco. Amanda has trained world-class teams ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies on how to leverage social media, spoken at industry-leading conferences including the Massachusetts Conference for Women, Women in Technology International Summit, Microsoft Envision, Social Tools Summit, Watermark’s Lead On Conference for Women, and more, and regularly conducts workshops for small, medium, and large companies, trade shows, and groups.

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Kelly Ireland founded CBT in 2001 as a value-added reseller (VAR) focused on unparalleled client service. However, having a keen eye for technology trends and always taking the time and opportunity to listen to industry experts, she assessed the impending changes in the industry early on. She built up CBT’s engineering expertise, data science practice and partnerships to revolutionize the company’s offerings and make the difficult transition from VAR to domain expert integrator.Since that time, the Company has flourished. CBT is now in rarefied air, bridging the gap between operational technologies (OT) and information technologies (IT) with groundbreaking projects like the Refinery of the Future (RotF) at Texmark Chemicals. Successful initiatives like RotF in Industrial IoT and High Performance Computing have positioned CBT as a key partner to industry-leading companies such as Hewlett Packard Enterprise, PTC, Intel, National Instruments, Antea, RealWear, SparkCognition and more. This has spurred explosive growth for CBT, increasing its revenue by 55% in the last two years. Kelly’s leadership has also led to a myriad of accolades, including the 2019 Triple Crown Award from CRN, nine consecutive Boeing Performance Excellence Awards, three consecutive CRN IoT Innovators awards, and the 2020 Women Presidents’ Organization’s 50 Fastest-Growing Women-Owned/Led Companies.

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Vijji Suryadevara, is an accomplished entrepreneur and executive, passionate about using technology to make a difference. Vijji brings her technical and management skills to the role of CIO & Head of Engineering to build a scalable technology organization and innovation culture to enable rapid growth of Phizzle. Vijji was the Founder, CEO & CTO of CareerWaze a Future of Work startup. CareerWaze is an AI driven Career and Learning advisor helping users acquire in-demand skills. Vijji was also the Founder & CEO of BPA Technologies a VC funded Technology Services startup focused on Content Management Solutions for Fortune 500 Companies. BPA was acquired by a Moody’s group company ICRA in 2012. Prior to this she held technology leadership positions and architected and built enterprise solutions in Content Management and Telecommunications domains. Vijji has a Bachelor’s in Computer science, Mathematics & Physics and a Master of Computer Applications from NIT Warangal.

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About the talk

Topic: IoT

A panel discussion hosted by Roxy Stimpson, F5, and joined by Amanda Healy, Cisco – and newly appointed Co-Chair of the IoT Community’s Women in IoT Center of Excellence, Michele Null, SAS, who will now serve in the capacity of Vice-Chair, Lisa Seacat-Deluca, IBM, Kelly Ireland, Founder, CBT and Vijji Suryadevara, CIO and VP of Engineering, Phizzle. This panel is pursuant to the IoT Community’s commitment to the practice and advocacy of gender diversity, inclusion, fairness and equal opportunities across the IoT and broader business, technology and societal landscape; promoting diversity of thought to realise impactful outcomes. The goal of the Women in IoT CoE is to engage and enable organizations and leaders to create and sustain an inclusive culture to advance the development of IoT solutions globally.

00:02 Intro

06:02 Mission and goals

10:10 Inclusion and diversity

14:30 Inclusion and diversity at CBT

16:33 Inclusion and diversity – issues

20:06 The development

24:53 The company policy

31:20 Social media

32:40 Support and mentorship

35:00 Panel’s take-aways

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Good morning, and good afternoon. Everyone. Welcome to IoT Slam. 2020 is my honor to be the moderator for today. My name is Roxy Stimpson. I'm the Senior Director of Engineering in the office of the CTO cloud services and analytics for F5 Networks. I'm leading a team of awesome engineers and we are building a digital transformation application and architecture Evolution for an IT Centric business prior to F5. I was a CTO for IoT Labs and that's where I met Kevin and the IoT Committee. So today I am the moderator for the panel discussion

for women in the IoT Center of Excellence. It is my pleasure to present to you this powerhouse of women here and I would like everyone to introduce themselves. So please go ahead with Amanda. Everyone, I'm Amanda Healy. I have two jobs at by day. I work for Cisco IoT. I run our brand marketing team. So looking after our awareness of how we're driving leadership for Cisco IoT and creating relevance for our solution and a problem solver within the IoT business unit by night. So to speak I am a

public speaker and a motivational speaker. So I travel the country speaking at conferences and virtual conferences now on the topics of personal branding and social media is still a huge passion of mine is helping women show up in social media and I tend to speak at a lot of women's conferences like the women in Tech International stomach or the watermark conference for women to name a few and teach also employs how to build their brands as part of an overarching brand as I'm so excited to be here. Today was my first time speaking at the IoT Slam and I am also the co-chair

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