Amber Harrison is Director, Corporate Social Responsibility at SITA, where she is responsible for defining and leading SITA’s CSR strategy, implementing environmental, social and governance practices throughout the business, and CSR reporting.
Ebrahimi is a well known industry veteran and has an extensive background in scalable platforms, online services, mobile-development and digital advertising.
Arthur Calderwood has been a member of SITA’s leadership team since 2006, and has held his current position since 2012.
During that time, he has progressively expanded his role to lead an organization responsible for formulating and executing SITA’s global marketing and sales transformation strategy covering brand, media relations, digital and content marketing, customer engagement programs and sales operations management.
Catherine is the primary liaison for SITA with airport industry organizations, ensuring SITA’s availability and support for committees, conferences and industry missions. She is an active participant in Airports Council International (ACI), including serving as Chairman of the ACI World Business Partners (WBP) Board and becoming the first non-airport member to be appointed as an observer to the ACI World Governing Board (2006/2011).
Charlie is the Director of Internet of Things (IoT) Systems Research Lab in Intel Labs Europe and leads a team of researchers focused on the application of IoT technologies across multiple industry verticals.
Together with his team, he leads an extensive research portfolio partnering with internal Business units, external academic and industry partners focused on the key technology challenges addressing IoT adoption.
Dan Ebbinghaus was appointed Senior Vice President, Communication and Infrastructure Solution Line in January 2016.
Prior to this role, Dan had been Vice President, Government and Security which is a SITA global business he created and has led since 2008. SITA's market leading iBorder portfolio provides Governments with National Security solutions that are now deployed world-wide on all continents.
Dominic Nessi is currently an airport technology consultant working with AeroTech Partners. Presently, he is engaged in a number of airport technology projects and continues to speak internationally on a variety of topics, especially focusing on cybersecurity.
Nessi is the former Deputy Executive Director and the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). He held that position September 2007 to February 2016. As CIO, Nessi was responsible for all information technology-related functions, including technology planning, design, implementation and utilization of LAWA’s information infrastructure. LAX is the world’s fifth busiest airport.
Jens is an experienced leader of research and software development teams of 100+ people.
He has a high interest in defining corporate visions based on identified customer needs, industry trends, mega-trends and other factors. He also enjoys working with senior leaders to turn their vision into real products (innovation management).
Jens’ key focus is on blending technology with natural, simple human interaction to manage highly complex systems. Jens has an in depth understanding of the aviation and maritime industries.
Simon Moores is the MD of Zentelligence (Research) Ltd, and a Vice Chairman of the Conservative Technology Forum. He is also Programme Director and Chair of the International eCrime Congress and a leading technology and security futurist.
Eash Sundaram serves as JetBlue’s Executive Vice President, Innovation and Chief Information Officer. He is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and responsible for systems & technologies and innovation for the airline. He oversees implementation of IT solutions that align with the value airline’s business model to offer consistent service and maximize investment.
Prior to joining JetBlue, Mr. Sundaram served as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Pall Corporation where he oversaw a three-year, $350 million IT transformation strategy that enabled the organization to become a $5 billion company.