Public Policy Luncheon - Speaker Biographiesfor Technology covering Investment Banking Americas, Global Commodities, and Global Technology Infrastructure.
Greg Levenhagen is a Principal Consultant with Skyline Technologies, a Microsoft Regional Director (RD) and a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). He has a great passion for giving back to the community and teaching. A true enthusiast of computer science, with passions and interests including AR/MR/VR, AI, mobile, UX, architecture, distributed computing, 3D/games, cloud, automated testing, web, agile, languages and much more. Greg speaks at conferences like THAT Conference, CodeMash, VSLive and Code PaLOUsa.
He is also a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), board member of THAT Conference, president of the Milwaukee Code Camp, president of the Northeast WI Code Camp, president of the Northeast WI Developers User Group, co-organizer of the Fox Valley Game Development Meetup, co-organizer of the Midwest Azure User Group, organizer of MobileMKE, cofounder of the Northeast WI Agile User Group, INETA speaker and IEEE and ACM member.
Client Solutions Manager
Cybersecurity Enthusiast, Aslinn Merriman is a Client Solutions Manager with Omni, a local IT staffing and consulting employee owned company. Outside of work she is a cybersecurity enthusiast, having recently moved from North Carolina to Wisconsin in the end of March. Aslinn previously worked for Cisco Systems in the Security & Trust organization where data protection and privacy were top of mind. The exposure to cybersecurity themes and information created a new IT passion; cyber security. Her love for all things technology has been fuelled by an insatiable curiosity to keep learning and growing. Aslinn started her technology journey in a small rural telco in Montana, that was looking to partner with schools who were struggling to fulfil their foreign language curriculums. She helped design a video program that offered the schools the ability to deliver Spanish and French to fulfil the missing credits needed to graduate. Learning about video, networking, protocols and all things hardware, she is now challenging herself to learn the principals of coding. “Having a hardware background, coding is a very different dynamic.”
Aslinn has her bachelor’s in Business Administration ... Show All »