CIO Austin Roundtable Dinner by GitHub | Dec 10, 2019 | Perry's Steakhouse & Grille Austin Downtown - Austin, TX, USA




Dash Ballarta

Director, Information Technology - Operations

Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin

Fadi Gebara

SVP of Cloud


Gail Wallin

Executive Director of Enterprise Architecture

Texas A&M University

Giovanni Gentile

Managing Director, Head of Robotics Process Automation

State Street

Joe Duffy

Senior Technical Director, eBuisness

HID Global

Keith Woody

VP, Global Indirect Sourcing


Kevin Schwartz

Chief Technology Officer

Austin Independent School District

Lawanda Parnell View details


Pedernales Electric Cooperative

Michael Henderson

Vice President Information Technology

Horizon Bank,

Mitch Kleiman

Technical Director - Solutions Architect

Charles Schwab

Robert Mohundro

Vice President, Information Technology

West Corporation

Stephen Stokes

Global Indirect Sourcing Manager - IT


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Here's what our past attendees had to say:

Good presentations, a lot of interesting vendors and a good networking platform.

Information Security, IT Risk & Continuity Manager, DHL

I thought it was a great experience and highly informational.

Assistant Vice President, NBY Mellon

I really enjoyed listening to the different speakers and learned a lot from those presentations! I was happy to network with the industry players and learn how they are solving common industry problems.

Head of IT: Enterprise Services, Barclays Africa

It was excellent meeting with serious companies and professionals. This Summit is really useful to improve the energy and human network between companies. Congratulations on the organization and how you take care of us.


I like the relaxed environment of the meetings, panels and workshops, which led to open discussions and exchange of ideas.

Head of Technology Strategy


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