Event RecapNov 4, 2020
Event recap | The global impacts of democratized tech and remote work
By GeoTech Center
This episode of the GeoTech Hour, which takes place every Wednesday from 12:00 – 1:00 pm Eastern, will highlight the democratization of technologies and what it means for entrepreneurs and investors. This discussion addresses how more remote work affects communities, organizations, nations, and the planet and identifies the action steps to ensure these two trends are forces for good in the world.
GeoTech CuesJul 23, 2020
#GoodTechChoices: Addressing unjust uses of data against marginalized communities
By Nikhil Raghuveera and Tom Koch (Guest Author)
Data has been weaponized against marginalized communities. Now, it must be transformed to be a force for good.
Derry Goberdhansingh is the founder and CEO of Harper Paige. He has over twenty years of experience in both the technology and management consulting sectors across the federal government and commercial markets. His experience spans development and implementation of AI systems, software development, cybersecurity, program management, strategy, logistics, and human capital.
Prior to founding Harper Paige, Goberdhansingh served in multiple roles in both delivery and business development. He served as the vice president of business development for E3 Federal Solutions where he was instrumental in leading the successful growth and development of a multi-year approach for organizational change and competitiveness. At Integrity Management Consulting, he was responsible for managing multiple teams across DoD and DHS. Of note during his time at RGS, Goberdhansingh was responsible for the architecture and cybersecurity of Command and Control (C2) systems within the DoD space, along with setting cybersecurity policies across the Navy for nearly five years.
Goberdhansingh is a member of Constellation Research’s Business Transformation 150 (BT150), an elite list of the top global executives leading innovative business transformation efforts across their organizations, for his work in the AI, blockchain, and cybersecurity arena. He is the recipient of the 2015 ACT-IAC Rookie of the Year award, as well as the 2015 Meritorious Service Award from AFCEA Bethesda. He is a graduate of the 2015 ACT-IAC Partners Program, is an active member of the Fellows network, and currently serves on various other committees at ACT-IAC and AFCEA. In addition, Goberdhansingh is the founder of MoCo FedPro, a networking group for those in the Federal and Civilian spaces.