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Eric Burger

Professor, Georgetown University

Georgetown University

Dr. Burger is a Professor at Georgetown University. He was on detail to the White House as the Assistant Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy and prior to that on detail to Federal Communications Commission as its CTO. Dr. Burger contributed to the Secure 5G and Beyond Act Implementation Plan, as well as ensured funding and support for the R&D and scaling of 5G IoT, smart city, and mobile applications. His research and teaching covers cybersecurity, distributed computing, DLT, systems economics and risk, policy, and network governance. He serves as an advisor to numerous companies and prior to his government service served on corporate boards. Prior to Georgetown he was CTO of several public and private network equipment and enterprise software companies. Dr. Burger holds over 20 patents and has published over 20 IETF, 3GPP, and W3C standards. He served on numerous industry association boards. He is a Distinguished Member of the Association for Computing Machinery and a Senior Member of the IEEE. He has a SBEE, MBA, and PhD from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

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Naina Raisinghani

Product Manager, Google

Google

Naina Raisinghani is a Product Manager on the AMP Project. She focuses on helping developers be more productive with AMP. She previously spent 2 years as a Software Engineer on the Chrome team working on making the rendering engine pixel perfect.

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Angela Leavitt

CEO, Mojo Marketing

Mojo Marketing

Angela Leavitt is the founder of Mojo Marketing, a full-service marketing agency that has served more than 150 tech companies. With 15 years of experience in sales and marketing, Leavitt creates targeted and effective marketing strategies for companies of all sizes in telecom, IT, and cloud. She has been a regular presenter at ITExpo, COMPTEL, Channel Partners, and Cloud Partners conferences, as well as numerous corporate meetings and events. She is a champion for small business, and a consistent supporter of women in business and technology through organizing and participating in Women in the Channel industry events. Leavitt was a top three finalist for the Tempe Chamber’s Business Woman of the Year Award in 2009, and was named to the San Diego Business Journals Most Admired CEO list in 2016 and 2017.

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Dave Beagle

Sr. Director of Channels, Ooma

Ooma

David Beagle is the head of channels at Ooma, with the unique opportunity to develop a go-to-market program that can fit with any type of partner.? Previously, he was a leader in building out a channel at Office Depot with a managed services offering.?Recognized as a three-time Channel Chief by CRN at two other companies, he is an established leader in the channel, having led efforts to build, expand, and grow opportunity engagements and revenue.?Currently, David also serves on the CompTIA Channel Advisory Board.?With his 15-plus years of experience in UCaaS/hosted VoIP at companies like ShoreTel, Fonality, and M5 Networks, he has helped partners identify and take advantage of revenue opportunities.

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Joel Maloff

SVP of Strategic Alliances, Phone.com

Phone.com

Mr. Maloff is a globally recognized expert and author on Internet, its uses for business purposes, and the convergence with traditional telephony. He currently serves as Senior Vice President – Strategic Alliances and Chief Compliance Officer for Phone.com (www.phone.com), and has responsibility for the Channel Partner Program, large scale business development, inside sales, and assistance with network-related strategies and tactics. Since 2011, he has served as a course developer for The SIP School, focusing on helping sales and marketing professionals learn about SIP, hosted PBX, unified communications, and SIP trunking. In addition, Mr. Maloff has been an Adjunct Professor at Colorado Technical University for more than eight years, and has taught introductory classes, information technology (such as Disaster Recovery and Network Design and Implementation), Introduction to Marketing, and created a course on Digital Marketing. Maloff has written several books, spoken at industry conferences worldwide, and written numerous articles. Among his more notable accomplishments, Maloff acted as a consultant to then Senator Al Gore in the drafting of the High-Performance Computing Act which went on to become the basis of the commercial Internet as we know it today. He was further involved in the commercialization of the Internet as part of Advanced Network & Services which managed the backbone for the National Science Foundation Network (NSFNet) in the late 1980’s/early 1990s.

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Brent Barbara

SVP of Business Development, Phone.com

Patrick Elliott

VP of Marketing, Rev.io

Rev.io

VP of Marketing

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Adam Cole

CEO & Founder, SIPPIO

SIPPIO

Adam Cole is the CEO and founder of SIPPIO (www.sippio.io), the only company to offer a 100 percent, Azure-native based cloud platform. Headquartered in Annapolis, MD, SIPPIO is the largest, secure, Azure-based provider of voice services for Microsoft Teams, globally. As a Microsoft co-sell partner, SIPPIO provides partners with a fully automated, 100 percent Azure-native, end-to-end solution to put voice in Microsoft Teams. Available in 60+ countries with toll-free and emergency services, SIPPIO does not require any code, build or maintenance. SIPPIO activates full outbound calling capabilities in minutes, requires no hardware or professional services, and scales to your business needs to not only enhance communications and collaboration, but to also unify the modern workplace experience.Adam began his career in the IT industry over three decades ago with the founding of ABTECH, which provided computer, cabling and telephony services throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and was recognized by Siemens as one of the top reselling partners in the United States. Prior to his IT career, Adam attended the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y., and worked in management at some of the top restaurants in Manhattan, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. It was while he was in Manhattan, that he began using a new invention called the personal computer for professional use. He took Windows on the World restaurant from keeping extensive wine inventories on paper to automation. As Adam’s interest and expertise in technology grew, he left the restaurant industry behind, but not his love for food. In his off time, Adam enjoys time with his wife, Donna and their daughter, Rylan and their dogs, as well as travel and dining. Adam served on the Board of Directors of the Ballet Theatre of Maryland, during which time he moved the professional company to a new studio, coordinating the provision of cost-effective space, with donated materials and labor.

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Mark Elliott

CRO, The 20

The 20

Mark Elliott has been helping businesses develop strategies to analyze, manage, and overcome the ever-changing technology challenges they face for over 25 years. A central focus has been security and HIPAA compliance. His experience includes preventing, detecting and responding to hackers and threats. Thus, ensuring that your organization is safe from invasions while simultaneously meeting regulatory compliance.During his career, Mark has advised clients on effective – and cost-effective – approaches to developing infrastructure that fosters productivity and profitability. His work has provided him with a broad-based knowledge of business from the inside, with an expertise in areas that go beyond IT alone, ranging from strategic planning to cloud computing to workflow automation solutions.As an entrepreneur who has worked successfully with startups to Fortune 500, Mark is also well aware of the unique hurdles that small and medium-sized enterprises face in assembling their business technologies.

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Chris Trittin

Account Manager, Cloud Service Provider, VTECH/SNOM

VTECH/SNOM

Chris Trittin, Account Manager, Cloud Service Provider Chris joins VTech and Snom with over 20 years of telecom and UCaaS expertise. In that time, he successfully guided myriad service providers, ITSPs, and Tier One/Tier Two carriers and resellers to transform their market share and increase their revenue year-over-year.Chris most recently worked with Panasonic Unified Communications for seven years. There he wore many hats in sales management, channel management, end customer vertical DECT mobility, and product development and product management, to name just a few.Outside of work, Chris values spending time with his family and enjoys cheering for The Minnesota Twins.

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Harry Moseley

Global CIO, Zoom

Zoom

Harry D. Moseley brings to Zoom a blend of transformational leadership, disruptive innovation, and corporate growth strategies. As the former CIO & Managing Director for KPMG, Harry was responsible for technology and innovation to support the firms competitive growth. Over five years he identified and replaced legacy technology to dramatically improve productivity, security, and reliability. Before joining KPMG, Harry served as CIO & Senior Managing Director - Partner for Blackstone, where he led the companys transformation to the worlds best digital alternative asset manager. Prior to Blackstone, Harry was a Managing Director for Credit Suisse, where he served as the CIO of Global Investment Banking, and Global Co-Head of Application Development / Co-CIO of the firm. Before Credit Suisse, Harry served as CTO & Managing Director for UBS Americas.

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