Wednesday, July 15, 2020 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The Role of Technology in Reopening our Economy

Presented by the Chicagoland Chamber Technology Council

As states continue to ease restrictions related to COVID-19 allowing businesses to reopen, technology plays a crucial role in ensuring people can safely go back to work.

How are companies leveraging technologies, such as wearables, to monitor social distancing? How can existing technologies be retooled? How can you leverage additional data? What does all this additional monitoring mean for employee safety vs. privacy? Join the Chicagoland Chamber Technology Council and experts from Siemens and Northwestern Memorial Healthcare as they share key insights on all this and more.

Featured Speakers:

Sam Delisi

Operating Partner, Moderne Ventures

Sam Delisi is an Operating Partner with Moderne. Prior to joining Moderne Ventures he was the Global Head of Property Management Services for WeWork. Sam has a 40 year career in property management leadership and commercial brokerage roles with Newmark Knight Frank, CBRE, Insignia ESG and U.S Equities Realty.

Brad Haeberle

Vice President of the Solutions & Services, Siemens Smart Infrastructure

Brad Haeberle is Vice President of the Solutions & Services for Siemens Smart Infrastructure. He is currently responsible for the multi-billion-dollar fire, building automation, security, electrical, energy and HVAC portfolio strategy to achieve superior profit, growth, and customer and employee satisfaction goals. Haeberle earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Iowa and a Master of Business Administration from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.

Doug King

Senior Vice President and CIO, Northwestern Memorial Healthcare and the Feinberg School of Medicine

Doug King is the Senior Vice President and Chief information Officer for Northwestern Memorial Healthcare and the Feinberg School of Medicine since September 2019. Prior to becoming Chief Information Officer, Doug served as Vice President within Information Services, focusing on technology and application support and development. Doug provides strategic leadership for a broad range of technology initiatives supporting our core platforms as well as delivering new solutions that will support the health system’s digital transformation. Doug holds a B.S. in Information Systems from Eastern Illinois University and an M.B.A. in Healthcare Administration from Benedictine University.

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