PROF. ROBERT D. AUSTIN
Robert D. Austin is Professor of Information Systems at Ivey Business School and an affiliated faculty member at Harvard Medical School. For many years, Dr. Austin served as Chair of Harvard Business School’s executive program for CIOs and is a former HBS Professor in economics, financial reporting, IT, and operations management for MBAs and executives.
Abha Dogra is Senior VP Digital Technology and CIO of NAM at Schneider Electric, where she leads AI and the automation strategy to apply AI at scale.
Cutter Consortium Fellow Michael Eiden is Head of AI at Arthur D. Little. Dr. Eiden an expert in machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) with more than 15 years' experience across different industrial sectors.
Neil Hawkins is a leading global expert in sustainable business practices and sustainability policy. He recently retired from Dow Inc. as Corporate Vice President, Environment, Health and Safety, and Chief Sustainability Officer.
Frances Paulisch is Head of Siemens Healthineers Software Initiative and deeply involved in issues related to third-party software components.
PROF. ANDREW HOFFMAN
Andrew Hoffman is the Holcim Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business and School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS). He is a globally-recognized thought leader in the area of Sustainability and is winner of The Page Prize for Sustainability Issues (2020).
Shahid Khan has a strong reputation as an out-of-the-box, innovative thinker with a strategic mindset, technology underpinnings, and an execution focus.
Cutter Consortium Fellow Lou Mazzucchelli is Master of Ceremonies for Summit 2022. He brings deep intellect and wry wit to the job. He most recently was a lecturer on business technology and entrepreneurship at Bryant University.
Carla Ogunrinde is a certified executive coach, creative designer of immersive leadership programs for Fortune 500 companies, managing partner at First You Leadership Program, and facilitator and trainer of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
PROF. MICHAEL ROBERTO
Cutter Consortium Fellow Michael Roberto, author of Unlocking Creativity: How to Solve Any Problem and Make the Best Decisions by Shifting Creative Mindsets, is the Trustee Professor of Management at Bryant University.
ROBERT D. SCOTT
Robert D. Scott serves as Dean of the Global Institute for Leadership Development for the Information Technology Senior Management Forum and leads its professional development arm, stewarding the development of Black senior managers and executives as well as providing diversity-related training for organizations.
Greg Smith is a Cutter Consortium Fellow, Partner of Arthur D. Little, and co-founder of ADL’s Digital Problem Solving practice. Mr. Smith’s work specializes in applying disruptive information technologies to solve intractable business problems in major enterprises.
ERIC VAN DEN STEEN
Harvard Business School professor Eric Van den Steen teaches strategy. His research studies the fundamentals of strategy and competitive advantage, the role of leaders in strategy, and the interaction between strategy and organization.
Ellis Jones is Vice President & Chief Sustainability Officer at The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company.
Cynthia E. Clark, PhD., is a corporate governance and business ethics expert focusing on shareholder activism, ESG issues, proxy disclosures and data privacy. She is a Professor of Management and Founding Director of the Geneen Institute for Corporate Governance at Bentley University.
Craig Wylie, Managing Partner at Arthur D. Little (ADL), is expert in the regulated functions of the life sciences industry, in particular, post-merger integration, R&D strategy and operations, inspection readiness, and findings remediation.
Kamran Ziaee is Senior Vice President, Technology Strategy and Planning at Verizon’s GTS organization. He has led game-changing business strategies and initiatives while leading high-performance technology and telecommunications teams.