Speaker

Dr. Joe Perez

Dr. Joe Perez

Award-winning International Keynote Speaker / Senior Systems Analyst / 2021 Thought Leader of the Year / Fractional CTO / Innovation Specialist (Bringing Data to Life and Life to Data!)

Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

Having received advanced degrees in secondary education, Joe began a ten-year career as an educator. While in that career, he furthered his graduate education, earning a doctorate in education with a double-minor in computers and theology. His career focus changed to IT in the early 1990’s when he started as a Computer Consultant at NC State University. Three promotions later, Dr. Perez ended his successful 25-year career at NC State as Business Intelligence Specialist when he took another promotion to become Senior Business Analyst at the NC Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) in the fall of 2017 and has since been promoted to Senior Systems Analyst and Team Lead. In addition to his full-time analytics/BI leadership role at DHHS, Joe was named Chief Technology Officer at a North Carolina corporation in October 2020. A published author with more than 14,000 followers on LinkedIn and several professional certifications, Perez has stayed active in the IT, HHS, and higher education communities as a much sought-after resource, highly-recommended international keynote speaker, data analytics & visualization expert, and specialist in efficiency and process improvement. Perez, a recipient of the IOT Industry Insights 2021 Thought Leader of the Year award, speaks at dozens of conferences each year (with a record-breaking 42 in 2021), and continues to be in high demand to this day, expanding his reach into more than twenty countries around the globe, impacting thousands. This has resulted in his being inducted into the prestigious Thought Leader communities at DataManagementU and the Global AI Hub.

Through the years, Dr. Perez has never lost his love for teaching, having been a guest speaker for many organizations and internationally-recognized podcasts. When he takes a break from work and speaking, he enjoys spending time with his wife of more than 30 years and their children, whom he says are the "best things that ever happened to me." He also sings, plays the piano, composes songs, and has performed PSA's and voice-overs for schools and other organizations. He also serves as speaker, interpreter, and music director to his church’s Hispanic ministry. If there is any spare time left, he enjoys publishing a widely-acclaimed monthly military newsletter (as Editor-in-Chief of The Patriot News), working out in the gym, and catching up on Star Trek reruns. "It's a busy life indeed, but I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. I’m a firm believer that if I’m not innovating, then I’m stagnating," says Joe. If you need an experienced, dynamic keynote speaker for your event, Dr. Joe Perez is the right choice.

Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology
  • Government, Social Sector & Education
  • Business & Management

Topics

  • Data Visualization
  • Data Warehousing
  • Business Intelligence
  • Motivation
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Education
  • Data Intelligence
  • Big Data
  • Analytics and Big Data
  • Analytics
  • Process Mapping
  • Workforce Development
  • big data clusters
  • Big Data Analytics
  • BI on the data lake
  • Business Analyst
  • Business Analysis
  • Business & Innovation
  • Business Leadership
  • Leadership development
  • Leadership and Presentation Skills
  • Leadership Empowerment
  • 🙋 Soft skills for developers
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Innovation Strategy
  • Innovate for change
  • Government Innovation
  • Business Management & Innovation
  • Business Model Innovation
  • inspiration
  • Android software Development

Avoiding Death by PowerPoint: The Four "Essential E's" of Dynamic Speaking

A recent UCLA study found that for the most effective communication, 36% of the message comes from your voice, 57% of the message comes from your nonverbal communication, and only the remaining 7% comes from your content. This suggests more time should be spent on preparing one's delivery than developing great content. To that point, have you ever endured a flat, lifeless presentation from a speaker that droned on & on without saying anything you'd ever remember? Watching paint dry is more interesting! The only thing worse? When you're the one who was behind the podium and is now reading a negative, scathing review from a dissatisfied attendee upon whom you bestowed "Death by PowerPoint."

Do you want to break the mold, capture the attention of your listeners, rise above the mundane, and leave them asking for more? Have you imagined yourself being known as a thought-leader? Are you aware that what you present could impact how well someone does their job, or ease some of their burden, or improve their outlook on life, or bring some new & improved insight? In this session, I intend to show you principles that could revolutionize your speaking style. See the three personalities you want to shy away from as you adopt the four "Essential E's" of dynamic speaking, thereby avoiding Death by PowerPoint.

𝙇𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙣𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙊𝙗𝙟𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙚𝙨: The participant/attendee will…
⋆ Explore and define techniques for improving delivery of presentation
⋆ Determine the most efficient way to adapt, adopt, or be adept
⋆ Identify and examine four desired outcomes (the “Essential E’s”) for one’s audience
⋆ Discover three undesirable personalities and resolve not to emulate them

Driving Decisions with Data: Delight or Disaster?

Albert Einstein has been quoted as saying, “Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.” Whether Einstein actually said this or not, he certainly embodied the sentiment by recognizing the value of using data to drive decisions. In fact, recent Forbes and TechJury studies have estimated that more data was created in a single minute in 2020 than the data created during Einstein’s entire life. How can all that data be put to use? Should it be driving our decision-making? To that point, in a 2018 Forrester survey of more than a thousand US companies, 91% of them said that data-driven decision-making was important to their business, while only 57% said they actually used data to make decisions in their business.

How do we bridge this gap? What do KPIs have to do with ROI? How do you get from being in “data denial” to being data driven? Why should you even care? This session will answer those questions and much more. Come see the relevance of the four V’s of Big Data. Discover three types of cognitive biases and how they are the enemies of opportunity. Are qualitative and quantitative data opposed to each other, or can they be friends? With regards to best practices for driving business decisions with data, find out how you should LOOK, LINK, LISTEN, LEVERAGE, and LEARN -- and how to make it all a delight rather than a disaster.

𝙇𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙣𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙊𝙗𝙟𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙚𝙨: The participant/attendee will...
* Recognize how to leverage both qualitative data and quantitative data in driving business decision-making
* Identify the three types of cognitive biases in big data and how they’re the enemy of opportunity
* Define the five best practices for driving business decisions with data along with the key words for each one (look, link, listen, leverage, and learn)

Bringing Data to L.I.F.E. and Life to Data

What does it mean to bring data to life? Does data take on a “LIFE” of its own, or does it have to be nurtured, prodded, refined, pushed, and pulled along the way? Why should we even care? Marketing and customer experience expert Jay Baer once said, “We are surrounded by data, but starved for insight.” Although it has been said that exabytes of new information are generated on a daily basis, how much of that data is actually meaningful? Does volume necessarily translate into value? What vision can we bring to bridge this gap?

A recent study involving more than 500 IT decision makers in the US and the UK found that businesses are missing out on $5.2 million in revenue due to untapped data. Your data are only as powerful as the business decisions they fuel. In this session, discover the four “L.I.F.E.” pillars of relevant data that will bring meaning to these masses of numbers. Catch the right blend of left-brain logic and right-brain ideas. Recognize the value of answering questions you know and exploring questions you don’t know. Find out how to turn obstacles into opportunities as you bring data to L.I.F.E. and life to data.

L.I.F.E. is an acronym for this presentation that stands for the four pillars of relevant data: Legacy, Integrity, Fervency, and Efficiency.

𝙇𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙣𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙊𝙗𝙟𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙚𝙨: The attendee/participant will...
• Identify and evaluate the four L.I.F.E. pillars of relevant data
• Determine the importance of blending left-brain logic and right-brain ideas
• Recognize the value of answering known and exploring unknown questions

Facilitating Innovation in a Post-COVID19 World: Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift

Renaissance philosopher and writer Machiavelli has been quoted as saying, “I'm not interested in preserving the status quo; I want to overthrow it.” The importance of respecting personal space and practicing impeccable hygiene aren’t the only lessons learned from COVID-19. If anything, we saw the incalculable value of innovative thinking, because that global pandemic certainly provided enormous motivation to leave the status quo behind. That said, how do you overthrow the status quo without sacrificing quality and security in the process? Learn the three key words needed (Recognize, Resolve, and Respond) to strike this delicate balance in this challenge for you to shift your paradigm, facilitate innovation, and be a catalyst for change rather than an antagonist.

Did COVID-19 make you see the need to adopt a more agile way of thinking? Where is your development strategy now? Where do you want it to be now that this worldwide crisis seems to be behind us? Do you intend to get it there by using the same methods that haven't worked? It has been said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over, but expecting different results. Is that how you want your legacy to be remembered? Do you project an image of being part of the problem or part of the solution? Find out how to be a catalyst for change (facilitating innovation) and NOT an antagonist (frustrating innovation). Discover three types of flexibility in leadership and work/life balance needed to make that happen in the aftermath of COVID-19.

𝙇𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙣𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙊𝙗𝙟𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙚𝙨: The participant will...
⋆ Effectively RECOGNIZE characteristics and effects of change
⋆ Efficiently RESOLVE to take ownership of change (using 3 types of flexibility)
⋆ Enthusiastically demonstrate appropriate RESPONSES to embracing change

Leveraging Art and Science for Effective Data Storytelling: From Concept to Reality

Anyone can make a pretty bar graph, but can you make sound decisions based on that graph? Is it actionable, or is it only a concept? How do you turn flashy concepts into actionable visualizations? Can you see the end result of those concepts; will they ever become reality? Do you have the vision and drive to figure out how to get from today to tomorrow before it becomes yesterday?

American mathematician John Tukey once said, "The greatest value of a picture is when it forces us to notice what we never expected to see." What value do you see in your data? And what ideas do you have when you see it? Learn how you can capitalize on your ideas and turn them into reality by blending internal with external, leveraging them into a cohesive strategy for both the short term AND the long term. See the five "Stages of the Spectrum" in action while discovering the difference between impact and influence, and how that difference plays into making data actionable.

𝙇𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙣𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙊𝙗𝙟𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙚𝙨: The participant/attendee will…
⋆ identify and recognize the five stages of the visualization spectrum in data storytelling
⋆ determine how to leverage these stages into a cohesive data visualization strategy
⋆ discover the difference between impact/influence and how that plays into making data actionable
⋆ ascertain how the four-step iterative implementation cycle works: Deploy, Discover, Discern, Develop

The Madness Behind the Method (Teaching, Coaching, or Mentoring?)

Henry Ford once said, "The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is NOT training them and having them STAY!" This quote should make you take a closer look at the relational mindset in your company by asking yourself, "How can I improve my approach to educating and retaining my staff?" That's a good question. Have you considered whether you should be pulling them or pushing them? Are you depending more on adhesion or cohesion? Is your focus on attention (teaching), adjustment (coaching), or accomplishment (mentoring)? Find out how each of those three approaches can help you get to where you want to be from where you are right now. Discover the relevance of the six nodes of the "Mad Structural Matrix" (emphasis, focus, goal, approach, summary, and relationship) when it comes to rethinking and enhancing your professional development strategy. Learn how to tell whether you have a method behind the madness, or if it's more of a madness behind the method!

𝙇𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙣𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙊𝙗𝙟𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙚𝙨: The participant will...
⋆ Determine how to improve one's approach to the education and retention of staff by understanding the differences among teaching, coaching, and mentoring.
⋆ Define the five components comprising the “Structural Matrix” of these three approaches (Emphasis, Focus, Goal, Approach, and Relationship) and how to leverage them for maximum effectiveness.
⋆ Differentiate between adhesion and cohesion when attempting to enhance knowledge sharing and closing skill gaps.

Strengthening the Reach of your Business Intelligence Landscape

Do you simply talk about your Business Intelligence strategy or do you act upon it? Have you turned a one-time hit into a real initiative? Are you so focused on the front end of your applications that you've lost sight of the foundation needed in the back-end infrastructure? How does your "spectrum" measure up as a whole; how far does it reach? Where does your focus lie; on breadth or on depth? Should it be on both? Is the sky really the limit?

Build Stuff 2022 Lithuania

November 2022 Vilnius, Lithuania

Global AI Developer Days Wellington 2022

October 2022 Wellington, New Zealand

HCCA Compliance Institute 2022

The Madness Behind the Method

October 2022 Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Government Innovation Texas

KEYNOTE: Topic TBD

October 2022 Austin, Texas, United States

NDC Sydney 2022

October 2022 Sydney, Australia

Continuing Education Training Institute 2022

The Art of Innovation

October 2022 Savannah, Georgia, United States

ProcureCon Indirect East

Facilitating Innovation in a Post-COVID19 World

September 2022 Orlando, Florida, United States

The Studio Summit - Fall

TBD

September 2022 London, United Kingdom

Developer Week '22

July 2022 Nürnberg, Germany

Developer Week 2022

KEYNOTE: Bringing Data to L.I.F.E.

July 2022 Nürnberg, Germany

20th International New Directions in the Humanities Conference

The Madness Behind the Method : Teaching, Coaching, or Mentoring?

June 2022 Athens, Greece

IsraelClouds Summit

Leveraging Art & Science for Effective Data Storytelling

June 2022 Tel Aviv, Israel

aMS Pune - 18/06/2022

June 2022 Pune, India

Scottish Summit 2022

June 2022 Glasgow, United Kingdom

Transform Your Audit Summit

Data Analytics Audit Principles

May 2022 London, United Kingdom

DevOps Days Geneva

KEYNOTE: Driving Decisions with Data

May 2022 Genève, Switzerland

PRSA Western District Conference

Facilitating Innovation for PR in a Post-COVID19 World

April 2022 Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

Triangle Business Analysis Development Day

Data Visualization Fundamentals for the BA: Blending Art and Science

April 2022 Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

CodeStock 2022

KEYNOTE: Facilitating Innovation in a Post-COVID19 World

April 2022 Knoxville, Tennessee, United States

Master Data Marathon 4.0

KEYNOTE: Bringing Data to L.I.F.E. and Life to Data

April 2022 Prague, Czechia

Ethical and Responsible AI

Keynote Panel on AI and Data Analytics

March 2022 Reston, Virginia, United States

ProcureCon Contingent Staffing

KEYNOTE: Facilitating Innovation in HR
Other: Leveraging Beauty & Brains for Effective Data Storytelling

March 2022 Phoenix, Arizona, United States

2022 Festival of Business Analysis

Driving Decisions with Data: Delight or Disaster?

March 2022 Melbourne, Australia

The Studio Summit - Spring

Capitalizing on the Data Imperative

March 2022 London, United Kingdom

European Compliance & Ethics Conference

Driving Decisions with Data: Delight or Disaster?

March 2022 Amsterdam, Netherlands

Middle East CIO Summit

Facilitating Innovation: Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift

February 2022 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Government Innovation California

Best Practices to Extract the Greatest Value from Public Sector Data

February 2022 Sacramento, California, United States

DevOpStars 2021 Global Summit

KEYNOTE: The Art and Science of Data Visualizations

January 2022 Kyiv, Ukraine

IIBA Bluegrass Regional Symposium

KEYNOTE: Bringing Data to L.I.F.E. and Life to Data (Private Event)

January 2022 Lexington, Kentucky, United States

AITP Regional Summit

KEYNOTE: Cultivating a Climate for Innovation (private event)

January 2022 Durham, North Carolina, United States

Devfest21_Douala

December 2021 Douala, Cameroon

GDG Ratoma presents DevFest Conakry 2021

December 2021 Conakry, Guinea

DDC .NET Developer Conference

KEYNOTE

November 2021 Köln, Germany

Internet Summit Raleigh

Driving Decisions with Data: Delight or Disaster?

November 2021 Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

Field Service Connect Europe

KEYNOTE: Effective Change Management To Facilitate Innovation in the Aftermath of COVID19

November 2021 Stockholm, Sweden

KM World Connect 2021

Driving Decisions with Data: Delight or Disaster?

November 2021 Washington, D.C., United States

HoneyCon 2021

Driving Decisions with Data (virtual)

November 2021 Guadalajara, Spain

Ethics & Enterprise Assurance Leaders Conference

KEYNOTE (Private Event)

November 2021 Bethesda, Maryland, United States

Frontier RTP Lunch & Learn Summit

KEYNOTE: Leveraging Brains and Beauty for Effective Data Storytelling

November 2021 Durham, North Carolina, United States

Expanding Education and EdTech Symposium

Strategic Educational Innovation in Practice

September 2021 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Scenic City Summit

The Beauty and Brains of Actionable Data

September 2021 Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States

Digital Transformation Connect Virtual

Facilitating Innovation in a Post-COVID19 World

September 2021 Chicago, Illinois, United States

HCCA Compliance Institute

From Concept to Reality in Data Storytelling

September 2021 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

ACMP Texas Conference

Facilitating Innovation in a Post-COVID19 World

September 2021 San Antonio, Texas, United States

AFCEA TechNet Symposium

Actionable Data for Military

September 2021 Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States

IASA Midwest Conference

KEYNOTE: The Brains & Beauty of Data Storytelling

September 2021 Omaha, Nebraska, United States

IASA National Xchange

KEYNOTE: Facilitating Innovation in a Post-COVID19 World

August 2021 New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Code PaLOUsa 2021

Facilitating Innovation Strategically

August 2021 Louisville, Kentucky, United States

ISACA Muscat Regional Symposium

Actionable Brains and Beauty of Data Storytelling

August 2021 Muscat, Oman

Product Management Today Web Conference

KEYNOTE: Leveraging Brains and Beauty for Effective Data Storytelling

July 2021 Boston, Massachusetts, United States

IIBA Bluegrass Symposium

The Beauty & Brains of Effective Data Storytelling

July 2021 Lexington, Kentucky, United States

19th International New Directions in the Humanities Conference

Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift: Facilitating Innovation in a Post-COVID19 World

June 2021 Madrid, Spain

Developer Week '21

June 2021 Nürnberg, Germany

BluVector Cyber Symposium

KEYNOTE: The Beauty & Brains of Actionable Data (PRIVATE EVENT)

June 2021 Arlington, Virginia, United States

Small Business Expo Nashville

The Madness Behind the Method: Teaching, Coaching, or Mentoring? (ONLINE)

May 2021 Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Predictive Analytics World Healthcare

(VIRTUAL) The Beauty and Brains of Actionable Data: From Concept to Reality

May 2021 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Healthcare Innovation Forum

KEYNOTE: Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift and Innovation (ONLINE)

May 2021 New York City, New York, United States

SAS Virtual Global Forum 2021

The Beauty and Brains of Actionable Data

May 2021 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

International Conference on Information Management and Industrial Engineering

The Beauty and Brains of Actionable Data: From Concept to Reality

May 2021 Cape Town, South Africa

DevOps Pro Europe

KEYNOTE: Facilitating Innovation in a Post COVID-19 World

May 2021 Vilnius, Lithuania

Data Summit Connect

OPENING KEYNOTE: The Beauty & Brains of Actionable Data

May 2021 Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Enterprise Virtual Data World 2021

KEYNOTE: Facilitating Innovation in a Post-COVID19 World

April 2021 San Diego, California, United States

Big Data / Actionable Insights Forum

ONLINE: Data-Driven Decision Making: From Concept to Reality with Beauty & Brains

April 2021 New York City, New York, United States

DataScience GO Virtual 2021

KEYNOTE: The Beauty & Brains of Data Storytelling

April 2021 Los Angeles, California, United States

UNC MBA Healthcare Analytics Forum 2021

KEYNOTE: Practical and Actionable Data Storytelling for MBA's

April 2021 Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

Master Data Marathon II

ONLINE - Driving Decisions with Data: Delight or Disaster?

March 2021 Prague, Czechia

NC HIMSS Springing into Informatics Symposium

KEYNOTE: The "STEP"s of Informatics (ONLINE)

March 2021 Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

IASA Exchange Lite 2021

ONLINE - From Conceptualization to Visualization

March 2021 New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

TEXAAN Virtual Conference 2021

ONLINE - The Madness Behind the Method: Teaching, Coaching, or Mentoring?

February 2021 South Padre Island, Texas, United States

AFCEA Virtual Lunch Symposium

KEYNOTE: The Beauty and Brains of Big Data Storytelling

February 2021 Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States

ConTEST NYC2020

ONLINE - Facilitating Innovation with a Paradigm Shift

February 2021 New York City, New York, United States

DataCATED Confernce

ONLINE - Ten Minutes on Concept to Reality!

February 2021 Seattle, Washington, United States

DevFest Siberia 2020

From Concept to Reality with Actionable Data

December 2020 Novosibirsk, Russia

HIMSS NC Annual Conference

Data Storytelling in the Healthcare Industry

November 2020 Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

KM World Connect Virtual

Do you Facilitate Innovation or Frustrate It?

November 2020 Washington, D.C., United States

HoneyCon 2020

The Beauty and Brains of Data Visualization

November 2020 Guadalajara, Spain

Retail CIO Summit

Closing Keynote: The Beauty and Brains of Actionable Data in the Retail Industry

November 2020 London, United Kingdom

IIBA Business Analysis Professional Week

Strategizing with Data from Concept to Reality

October 2020 Sydney, Australia

Enterprise Data World

Online: How Data Visualization Makes Data Actionable

October 2020 Chicago, Illinois, United States

Building Business Capability (BBC 2020)

From Concept to Reality with Actionable Data

October 2020 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

HCCA Hawaii Regional Healthcare Compliance Conference

Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift

October 2020 Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

NCHICA Annual Conference

Online: Practical Applications of Actionable Data

September 2020 Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

2020 Tri-State SHRM Conference

The Madness Behind the Method (Teaching, Coaching, or Mentoring?)

August 2020 Hartford, Connecticut, United States

8.8 Computer Security Conference

Opening Keynote: Facilitating Innovation in a Post-COVID19 World

July 2020 Concepción, Chile

18th International New Directions in the Humanities Conference

Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift: Catalyst or Antagonist?

July 2020 Venice, Italy

QUT Business Analytics Virtual Symposium

KEYNOTE: From Concept to Reality for Business Analytics

June 2020 Brisbane, Australia

Continuing Education Training Institute 2020

Strategize with Data from Concept to Implementation

June 2020 Savannah, Georgia, United States

IEEE Digital Libraries Webinar

KEYNOTE: Practical Application for Actionable Data: From Concept to Reality

June 2020 Durham, North Carolina, United States

Applied Analytics Webinar (New Zealand / Online)

KEYNOTE: Visualizing and Reporting Data: From Concept to Reality

May 2020 Wellington, New Zealand

HCCA Compliance Institute Webinar

KEYNOTE: A Practical Application of Actionable Data

April 2020 Nashville, Tennessee, United States

UNC MBA Healthcare Analytics Forum

KEYNOTE: Practical and Actionable Analytics for MBA's

April 2020 Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

SAS Global Forum 2020

Making Data Actionable: From Concept to Reality

March 2020 Washington, D.C., United States

BI+Analytics Conference

From Concept to Reality with Actionable Data

March 2020 Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Convey UX 2020

From Concept to Reality with Actionable Data

March 2020 Seattle, Washington, United States

Concentric 2020

January 2020

Applied Data Visualization Healthcare Conference

A Visualization is Worth a Thousand Words - Data Storytelling in the Healthcare Industry (Opening Keynote)

January 2020 Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

FAME Conference (FL Association of Media Educators)

Making Data Actionable: From Concept to Reality

November 2019 Orlando, Florida, United States

Cloud Data Summit 2019

Immerse yourself with the platforms which make modern Data Science and Machine Learning possible. Join your peers to see how their data platforms knocked down the old barriers and transformed how they work.

October 2019

Association of Information Technology Professionals

Practical Application of Actionable Data (Keynote)

October 2019 Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

Global Innovation Summit

Embracing Change and Facilitating Innovation

October 2019 Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

MDM Data Governance Summit

Making Data Actionable: From Concept to Visualization

July 2019 Chicago, Illinois, United States

CDO Executive Summit

Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift: Catalyst or Antagonist?

May 2019 Washington, D.C., United States

Premier CIO Forum

Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift: Catalyst or Antagonist?

December 2018 Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

2016 AIR Forum

Best Practices for Institutional Data Responses to NSF Surveys

May 2016 New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Dr. Joe Perez

Award-winning International Keynote Speaker / Senior Systems Analyst / 2021 Thought Leader of the Year / Fractional CTO / Innovation Specialist (Bringing Data to Life and Life to Data!)

Raleigh, North Carolina, United States