Artificial Intelligence Council

Artificial intelligence leads of emerging and large organizations

 

  • Lori Feller, IBM Global Services - Emerging Technologies Council Chairman

    Lori Feller, IBM Global Services

    Lori Victor Feller, IBM Partner, US Public Sector and Healthcare Apple Partnership Leader. Member, IBM Industry Academy.

    As a Partner with IBM Global Business Services, Lori Victor Feller serves as the US Public Sector and Healthcare Apple Partnership Leader. In this role, she is responsible for the Apple relationship and building IBM’s capabilities, sales, and delivery organization for this strategic alliance across the Federal, State, and Local Government, Education, and Healthcare industries. Previously Lori served as the first Public Sector IBM Interactive Experience and Mobile/Social Business Leader, establishing the sales and delivery organization for this important new and emerging business.

    With a strong background in business transformation and organizational change management, Lori specializes in introducing new ways of working, leveraging emerging technologies, resulting in greater innovation, efficiency, and effectiveness. She pays particular attention to the challenges that digital transformation and change can bring to an organization’s people, processes, customers, and stakeholders. Lori marries this expertise with IBM’s deep capabilities in analytics, cloud, and complex systems integration.

    As the US Public Sector and Healthcare Apple Partnership Leader, Lori works globally to establish IBM’s new industry market applications for the Public Sector. She works with enterprises to identify industry pain points that can benefit by infusing mobile technologies and with the IBM teams to then develop and market these new mobile applications. Additionally, she leads project teams to design and implement mobile applications at a number of complex Public Sector organizations.

    In 2015, Lori was nominated and inducted as a member of IBM’s Industry Academy for government and emerging technologies. As a member of this prestigious IBM organization, she collaborates globally across IBM business units to develop new solutions for our clients, develop industry talent, and inspire others to grow their personal eminence.

    Lori was recently appointed as the Chair for WashingtonExec’s Emerging Technologies Council. She serves on the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council Working Group on Advanced Mobility. She speaks frequently with topics ranging from emerging technologies to change management. In 2015, Lori served as the Industry Sponsor for the Mobilegov Mobile Summit. She hosted Federal Computer Week’s Federal Summit Track on Empowering a Digital Government. She served as a panelist on Disruptive Technologies at the Aerospace International Association Forum, as well as on the Workplace of the Future at L’Oreal. Additionally, Lori is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) and a trained facilitator, experienced in facilitating large, global audiences on complex topics as well as in training others in facilitation tools and techniques.

    Lori maintains an active on-line presence viaTwitter and LinkedIn; she tweets regularly on mobile, digital transformation, and leadership topics. Follow her at: http://www.twitter/com/lori_feller

    When not working, Lori can be found practicing bikram yoga, enjoying a good laugh, or hanging out with her husband and two girls.


  • Mark Cohn, Unisys

    Mark Cohn, Unisys

    A 26-year Unisys veteran, Mark Cohn brings innovation to the marketplace with a passion to expand the mission impact of IT by building comprehensive systems that don’t fail.  As CTO, he directs portfolio strategy and solution development for major Federal Systems programs and for years he was the VP for Enterprise Security at Unisys with global responsibility for security solutions and services across commercial and public sector marketplaces.  His experience includes rapid deployment of national scale high availability systems to manage distributed work including secure applications on untrusted platforms and networks, workforce automation including performance management, remote equipment monitor and control, biometric identification and credentialing, and high volume transaction processing systems with secure mobile data management.

    Cohn is a former Fed100 winner and a thought leader in the federal IT space.

 

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