Speakers at the Cloud Computing Strategies Conference

Brett Goodwin
As vice president of marketing and business development, Brett is responsible for overall marketing strategy and execution, and forging key partnerships. Brett has 20 years of experience helping emerging technology companies become market leaders, including Isilon Systems, RealNetworks, and McCaw Cellular/AT&T Wireless. As employee 15 and vice president of marketing and business development for Isilon, Brett helped lead the networked storage company from pre-revenue to $100M+ annual revenue and through a successful IPO in December 2006. . EMC acquired Isilon for $2.5B in October 2011. Prior to Isilon, Brett led product management, enterprise products, and corporate development at RealNetworks over 6+ years and through their IPO in November 1997. At McCaw cellular, Brett held product management and marketing roles as the first digital and nationwide cellular network was becoming operational in North America. Brett has also worked as a management consultant for Booz, Allen, and Hamilton.
Mr. Goodwin holds a B.A. degree in Economics from Pomona College, an M.B.A. from Stanford Business School, and studied the history of economics at Oxford University, England.
Andrew Hertenstein
My technical background has paralleled the many paradigm shifts of the last decade, and I have taken an active role in the new direction changes that occurred. As critical as these traits are to your consideration, this letter is intended to address some of the other screening criteria you may use in evaluating candidates: ability to envision new solutions, new systems, or organizations, accomplish goals; communicate and lead.

Inventiveness is a key ingredient to gain a competitive advantage for a technology rich company. I have consistently demonstrated the ability to apply existing technologies to solve difficult problems, evaluate what is needed by the client, what are new technologies available to improve existing processes and improve technology efficiency, always with the consideration of reducing total cost of ownership. Always ensuring customers maximize their investments.

Jesse Luna

Jesse Luna leads Acxiom’s Cloud Services strategy bringing value based cloud services to clients and enabling them to design IT solutions that support their business goals. He is one of Acxiom’s key thought leaders in infrastructure outsourcing and business-ready cloud services.
Jesse brings more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry designing, building and delivering IT services for a wide range of companies. Prior to joining Acxiom, Jesse was a Senior Manager with Accenture’s Information Technology practice. He was responsible for transformational projects to modernize systems and reduce costs, and was involved in implementing new technologies for a global audience.
Jesse shares his expertise as a Guidepoint Global Advisor, mentors for the Illinois Technology Foundation and is a member of the National Society of Hispanic Professionals. He is a frequent speaker for industry conferences such as the CAMP IT seminar series.

David Rettig
David Rettig is the Director of Information Technology for Nucor Buildings Group, which represents American Buildings Company, CBC Steel Buildings, Nucor Building Systems, and Kirby Building Systems. He has served on Cisco Live! advisory board since 2014. He has a leadership experience in multiple verticals including manufacturing, non-profit, architectural/engineering consulting, and education. David holds a B.S. in Information Technology, an MBA from Franklin University, an M.S. in Management and Leadership from WGU, and is pursuing a doctorate in business administration at Wilmington University.

Jeff Roseman
Jeff is Director of Infrastructure & Information Security for Wilton Brands LLC. Wilton Brands Inc. is the largest food and paper crafting company in the highly fragmented U.S. crafts industry. Mr. Roseman oversees the technology management and information security for 15 facilities in the US, Canada, UK, India, Australia and China.

He is a seasoned IT executive with over two decades of experience in both technology management and consulting roles. With experience in global business, marketing, sales, business process re-engineering, and as an IT director, CIO and consultant, he has worked both sides of the technology world. Mr. Roseman possesses an extensive background working with regional, national, and international businesses in a variety of industries including professional services, healthcare, manufacturing, legal, real estate, construction, and non-profit. He has a broad knowledge of IT strategy, networking, telecommunications, training & development, systems integration, mergers and acquisitions, facility relocation, and business continuity planning.

Mr. Roseman continues to be successful moving IT teams from a crises management mentality to predictive, proactive, disciplined organization. He has previously lectured on social media & networking, IT leadership, customer relationship management, endpoint security, and disaster recovery planning. Mr. Roseman has a bachelor’s degree and an MBA in Information Systems and Marketing from the University of Iowa and serves on the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business SoMAC board.

JD Sherry
JD Sherry is Global Director of Public Technology and Solutions for Trend Micro. He is responsible for providing guidance and awareness regarding Trend Micro’s entire security portfolio aimed at protecting both commercial and government cloud ecosystems. Well-versed in enterprise and data center architecture, Mr. Sherry has successfully implemented large-scale public, private and hybrid clouds leveraging the latest in virtualization technologies. Over the last seven years, he has established himself as a trusted senior advisor and cloud security specialist for the protection of Payment Card Industry (PCI), Health Information Privacy Act (HIPAA) and Personally Identifiable Information (PII) data. Mr. Sherry also has an extensive background in developing and bringing to market mobility platforms and applications. JD has spent the last 11 years in senior IT leadership roles.
Prior to Trend Micro, Mr. Sherry spent nearly 7 years with publicly traded NIC as Vice President of Technology where he was responsible for NIC’s centralized technology and security strategy. While at NIC, he managed the technology platforms that processed over $18B in payments on behalf of citizens, businesses and governments. Mr. Sherry also has held various leadership positions within Honeywell FM&T which manufactures and assembles 85% of the non-nuclear components in nuclear weapons for the US Department of Energy. JD has held Top Secret clearance and has an M.B.A/IT degree from Jones University and a B.S. degree from the University of Nebraska.
Matt Stratton
As Director of Technology Operations at Apartments.com, Matt Stratton is responsible for giving senior leadership oversight to many IT areas, including infrastructure, service management, systems engineering, cloud computing and process automation. Additionally, Matt provides technology vendor relationship management and guidance to Product, Sales, Operations, Finance, and Marketing business units. He’s been an instrumental change agent in aligning the technology organization with long-term success. Most recently, he’s been focused on automation of operational processes and private cloud strategies.

Matt spearheaded an initiative to meet increased demand at Apartments.com by implementing service-focused IT processes, fundamentally changing the way in which the business addresses system stability, problem resolution and change management. As a result, overall productivity has increased, allowing the product delivery teams to focus on creating the best possible solutions to meet the needs of customers, including renters and property management companies across the country.

Prior to Apartments.com, Matt worked in various infrastructure and operations capacities with JPMorganChase, Heller Financial, GE Capital, and Heidrick & Struggles. With more than 15 years of experience rooted in systems engineering, infrastructure architecture and IT service management, Matt’s sought-after expertise has been showcased in a variety of industry panels and case studies with leading IT companies, including Microsoft.
Albert Tam
Albert has over a decade experience building SOA middleware products. As the co-founder of Collaxa, he implemented the first BPEL compliant web-service orchestration server in 2001. Collaxa was later acquired by Oracle where Albert led engineering teams within Oracle's SOA suite organization. Currently, Albert is an Enterprise Architect for Snaplogic where he helps customers design their integration solutions using Snaplogic's iPaaS offering.