IoT North Conference Speakers 2022
Ian Gonzalez is a well-respected Corporate Professional, Educator, and Thought Leader in the field of Data Analysis and Data Storytelling. He has over 18 years of experience in Supply Chain, Data Analytics, and Reporting roles across multiple oil & gas and aviation companies.
Ian has a passion for teaching and is a strong advocate for the advancement of analytics professionals across multiple industries and disciplines. Outside of his “day job”, he teaches various analytics courses with Supply Chain Canada. Through his diverse skillset and corporate professional experience, Ian brings unique perspectives and a practical approach to using data tools and techniques so that others may enjoy the benefits of making sound, data-driven decisions. In every opportunity, Ian advocates for the democratization of data skills and believes in tapping into the potential of every individual so they may contribute to their organization’s goals.
Ian’s unique brand of humor compels audiences to laugh while they learn. He engages groups from the moment he steps in front of them and leaves them with empowering tools and focused mindsets that they will use long after the lights have gone out on the event.
Ian started his career with a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, and subsequently earned his master’s degree in Business Administration. He also has a Business Analytics Certificate from the Harvard Business School program.
When not teaching or speaking, Ian loves to care for his backyard garden or share the wonders of travel and adventure with his wife and two lovely daughters.
Tiffany’s involvement in Startup Edmonton as a founding team member and eventual CEO increased her commitment to technology, company creation and growth. Startup Edmonton connects entrepreneurs and product builders with the community, skills and space they need to take an idea to reality. Founded in 2009, Tiffany has played a vital role in Startup Edmonton’s growth into a campus and community hub that has welcomed more than 25,000 participants at events, helped launch over 100 startups, and housed 100s of companies.