Lonne Jaffe is an Advisory Director at Foros, where he is assisting clients in the software sector or planning to expand into the sector identify optimal counterparties (buyers or sellers) with whom to transact and with evaluating and executing those transactions. He is also Senior Advisor to the Board of Directors at Syncsort, a global software company with enterprise-scale Big Data products used by 87 of the Fortune 100 enterprises in more than 85 countries.
John Hinshaw is currently serving on the boards of DocuSign, The Bank of New York Mellon, and the National Academy Foundation. Previously, John was the Chief Customer Officer for Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. In this role, he led the strategic accounts and strategic alliance organizations and was responsible for generating growth with key customers and alliance partners.
Nicole Anasenes has broad financial experience ranging from mergers & acquisitions, treasury as well as general CFO roles. She has also held various business unit executive positions in offering development. She has expertise in both M&A and organically growing new markets including helping scale IBM's mid market services business in emerging countries in the early 2000s - at onset of explosive growth in the (then called) BRIC markets.
Antonio Garza serves as Counsel in the Mexico City office of White & Case LLP, one of the world’s leading global law firms with 39 offices in 26 countries. Additionally, Ambassador Garza is Chairman of Vianovo Ventures, a management consultancy with a focus on cross-border business development.
Alexandra Wright-Gladstein is the co-founder and CEO of Ayar Labs (formerly OptiBit), a technology startup that is bringing the high bandwidths and energy efficiency of fiber optic communications directly to silicon computer chips. Ayar Labs will revolutionize the performance and energy efficiency of data centers, and ultimately of all electronics.
Moni Miyashita is a partner at Innosight, where she focuses on helping CEOs and their leadership teams develop future strategies for transformational growth. As an expert in M&A and inorganic growth, she helps clients design strategic M&A programs that support business transformation and long-term growth. She serves leadership teams in automotive, technology, financial services, healthcare, energy, and insurance sectors.
Filippo Passerini is an IT strategist with more than three decades of business-building experience with Procter & Gamble — both in developed and developing markets. At P&G he served for over ten years as Group President of Global Business Services (GBS) and Chief Information Officer (CIO), leading the most global P&G organization and overseeing over 170 distinct services in 70 countries.
Çağlayan Arkan joined Microsoft in 2003 and is currently responsible for leading the development and execution of Microsoft’s global manufacturing and resources strategy, including the prioritization of industry solutions and their alignment to Microsoft’s worldwide partner ecosystem and its digital platform.
Nomi Bergman currently is a Senior Executive Officer of Advance/Newhouse Companies. She recently served as President of Bright House Networks until its recently completed merger with Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable. Bright House Networks, headquartered in Syracuse, NY, was the sixth-largest owner and operator of cable systems in the United States and the second-largest in Florida. The company had 8,500 employees and served approximately 2.5 million customers.
Ilieva Ageenko brings a wealth of knowledge and executive experience in risk management and quantitative analytics, leading quantitative technology operations and managing advanced modeling capabilities to evaluate and adjust risk appetite for global financial institutions. She is a strategic thinker, author, and innovator with 25 years of experience across research, academia, and Fortune 100 financial services. Ilieva has expertise in Fintech driving the evaluation and commercialization of emerging technologies. She is actively engaged in mentoring women.