Steve Nunn is President and CEO of The Open Group – a global consortium that enables the achievement of business objectives through technology standards. He is also President of the Association of Enterprise Architects (AEA). Steve joined The Open Group in 1993, spending the majority of his time as Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel. He was also CEO of the AEA from 2010 until 2015. Steve is a lawyer by training, has an L.L.B. (Hons) in Law with French and retains a current legal practicing certificate. Having spent most of his life in the UK, Steve has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2007. He enjoys spending time with his family, walking, playing golf, 80’s music, and is a lifelong West Ham United fan.
“I want to empower our industry to unlock new insights at scale and embrace a rapidly increasing pace of innovation. I believe that through continued adoption of the OSDUTM Data Platform, we can harness the power of open source and community to solve problems and drive us forward, together.”
Patrick J. Kelly is a technology leader with more than 20 years’ experience in multiple industries. In his current role, he is accountable for partnering with Chevron’s subsurface function to build and scale their digital platform; specifically, building solutions on the OSDUTM Data Platform to enable faster, higher quality decisions. In this role he is accountable for leading diverse global teams to deliver digital solutions for Chevron.
Prior to joining Chevron, Patrick spent ten years consulting on internet & network infrastructure. Patrick holds a BS in Economics from Penn State University and an MS in Technology Commercialization from The University of Texas at Austin - McCombs. Patrick joined Chevron in 2008 and has held various technical, project, and leadership roles in Chevron’s Information Technology Company, Global Upstream, Energy Technology Company, and the Chevron Technical Center.
Jaisinh Dhembre is a Managing Director and Technology Transformation Leader in EY’s Consulting practice. He is a seasoned executive and certified EA professional with more than two decades of experience across various domains, industry verticals and geographies. Jaisinh has led global teams in delivering complex, multi-year, multi-million dollar transformation programs. Over the years, he has worked in different areas such as Management Consulting and CxO Advisory, Digital and Customer Experience Transformations, Business Design and Enterprise Architecture, IT Strategy and Operating Models, Technology Optimization, ERP-led Transformations, Solution Design and Implementations, SOA/Integration, Application Development and Maintenance, Training, Coaching and Mentoring, etc. Jaisinh has been associated with The Open Group for many years with involvement in multiple forums and workgroups.
Sri Dumpala is a Senior Manager in EY’s Technology Transformation practice. He is a certified enterprise architect and agile product management professional. Sri has 20+ years of industry experience in enterprise architecture, business architecture, product management, solution architecture, agile transformations, digital engineering, cloud computing, data & analytics, devsecops, digital applications, technology integration, data and security architectures. As part of 5+ major transformational programs, he has led the architecture design/build of emerging technologies related to content management, web/mobile applications frameworks, integration, microservices, commerce, identity management, IoT, consumer data platforms, asynchronous messaging and API management. Sri has a strong passion for establishing and governing architecture, providing thought leadership on various digital transformational programs, operating models and technologies.Track Four
She has more than 25 years of experience as Business and Enterprise Architecture consultant in different fields and industry verticals.
Experience includes Business and Strategy Consultancy as well as Enterprise Architecture and Solutions Consultancy applying different frameworks, best practices and tools.
Knowledge and experience as Product Manager specially for digital products
Main qualities: leadership, high level working commitment, experience working in highly effective teams. Fast learned adaptive skills in changing environments.
Communications skills as a trainer and speaker. Customer service orientation and abilities handling practical situations with customers on site
TOGAF 9.1 certified level 1 and 2, certified trainer. Togaf Essentials – TOGAF 9.2 update badge
Archimate 3.1 level 1 and 2 certified, certified trainer
Cobit 5 certified, certified trainer
Training in (BPM) and BPMN
Safe 4 Certified
Product Management Certification ( AIPMM)
Experience as speaker
- The Open Group conference, San Francisco, USA, January 2012. Bank of Costa Rica EA application in a real case
- The Open Group conference, Barcelona, Spain. October 2012. Information and data management applied for supporting IT management and governance
- The Open Group conference, Philadelphia, USA, July 2013 Strategic capabilities management applied for supporting bank and finance sector. BIAN reference model application.
- The Open Group conference, San Jose, Costa Rica, November 2013. Strategic capabilities management and EA used for supporting organizational transformation
- The Open Group Conference, Boston, USA July 2014 Innovation and Enterprise Architecture Applied Together to Deliver Transformational, “Out-of-the-Box“ Business Models
EA related events participation
- Launching event, Association of Enterprise Architects, Colombia. Bogota and Cali, 2011
- Launching event, Association of Enterprise Architects, Mexico city, 2012
- Launching event, Association of Enterprise Architects, Costa Rica, 2013
- EA Workshop participation , Madrid, Spain, 2012
- Open Group standards in the Latin America region: San Jose Costa Rica, Center for Information Technology, June 2018
Richard Gornitsky is a TOGAF certified, Open Group Distinguished Certified Chief I/T Architect and President of Full-Stack Architecture International. Active within Open Group as the Chairman of the TOGAF Agile work group and Charman of TOGAF Certification Standing Committee. His expertise is in designing, managing, and implementing complex customer facing enterprise systems for Fortune 500 firms in the cloud or in-house. Managed up to 150 employees and have overseen budgets up to $30 million. Leading Digital User Experience Subject Matter Expert with high proficiency in NewIT including Agile development, AI, Cloud Computing, and Middleware. Deep experience in creating Digital Transformation Strategies and Technical Assessments. Well recognized technical speaker and author. Extensive cross-industry experience in finance, software manufacturing, insurance, healthcare, resources, telecommunications, pharmaceutical and retail/distribution.
Peter leads Technology & Operations at Angle Finance, with responsibility for optimizing capability across origination, credit, settlements and servicing to ensure superior customer experience and business performance. With more than 25 years’ experience spanning financial services, management consulting, technology, and energy, Peter is an entrepreneurial executive and a leader of digital and cultural transformation, with demonstrable success forming and executing change programs to drive revenue growth, margin enhancement, and culture change.
Peter is also a passionate supporter of technology innovation and sits on the Board of a number of tech start-ups. For many years he served on the Board of Directors of The Open Group, one of the largest open standards bodies in the world, a reflection of his desire to advance the state-of-the-art and to help enterprises transform and grow. Peter holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honors) in the field of Aeronautical and Industrial Aerodynamics.
Dave Hornford is Conexiam’s Managing Partner and leads Conexiam’s EA Capability practice. Based in Canada and works in a variety of industries including financial services, oil and gas, technology, and capital-intensive industry. Typically, he helps clients develop and execute a roadmap to transform. Dave has been involved in the development of architecture toolkit documents including the Practitioner’s Guide and Leader’s Guide, both of which are TOGAF Series Guides. He is the former Chair of The Open Group Architecture Forum and was a key contributor to the document structure of the TOGAF Standard.
Currently providing technical evangelism for NGINX, Dave works with developers and architects to understand the advantages of modern microservice architectures and orchestration to solve large-scale distributed systems challenges, especially with open source and its innovation. Dave has been a champion for open systems and open source from the early days of Linux, through open distributed file systems like XFS, GFS, and GlusterFS to today’s world of clouds and containers. He often speaks on topics such as the real-world issues associated with emerging software architectures and practices, on open source software and on creating new technology companies. At one point, Dave was considered one of the few people in the world who understood both Unix and VMS internals. (Guess which one was more valuable.)
Dave often speaks on technical topics like distributed request tracing, modern monitoring practices, open sources projects from both corporations and foundation views, and on how open source innovations powers today’s world.
Dave was named as one of the top ten pioneers in open source by Computer Business Review, having cut his teeth on Linux and compilers before the phrase “open source” was coined. Well versed in trivia, he won a Golden Penguin in 2002. When he’s not talking, you can find him hiking with his trusty camera, trying to keep up with his wife.
Kartik Ravel is a Senior Director in Digital Transformation Services at Fujitsu and oversees the Business Architecture and Benefits Realization practice areas for North America. He has more than 25 years of experience in business and digital transformation. Kartik has held leadership roles in the areas of enterprise architecture, organizational change management, value realization and digital transformation.
During his 18 years with Fujitsu, he has advised Fortune 100 clients on large-scale digital transformations in multiple industries for many business change scenarios. He is passionate about achieving his client’s strategic goals through the design and execution of outcome-based change initiatives.
Dr. Eugene Tung is the Executive Director of Manufacturing IT and co-leads the Digital Transformation strategy at Merck & Co. Dr. Tung leads the company's vaccine manufacturing network, supporting various platforms including plant historian, manufacturing execution systems, predictive analytics, process analytical technology, supply chain modeling, finite production scheduling and IoT. The plants that Dr. Tung and his team support produce over 250 million doses of vaccines per year, including those which fight the Covid pandemic. His team supports the data centers and IT infrastructure at the manufacturing sites. Dr. Tung has published numerous articles in ASME Technical journals and is a frequent speaker at ARC and The Open Group conferences.