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Mr Brian Gonzalez



  • Mr Brian Gonzalez
  • Director
  • Global Education Programs
  • Intel Corporation
  • United States
  • Panel Session
  • PSD1 : Education Transformation: From Vision to Action
  • Jupiter 8
  • Wednesday, 20 November 2013 10:45 - 12:15
  • Moderator

Biography
Mr. Brian Gonzalez is responsible for Intel’s Global Education Sales Programs; he leads a global team that drives programs to accelerate technology benefits in education with a scope of activities that cover the full spectrum of learning scenarios, including: university student programs, teacher PC programs, K-12 learning technologies, 1:1 personal learning infrastructure and supporting digital educational content. Brian started at Intel in 2000 and has taken on a range of global roles in the company. He began his career at Intel as a Manager of Business Development, based in San Francisco, where he worked closely on global technology adoption strategies with both enterprise and public sector customers. Brian is based at Intel's worldwide corporate headquarters in Santa Clara, California. Previous to his current role, Brian was a member Intel’s European management team relocating to the Netherlands in 2003 as Director of Regional Enterprise Business for Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. In 2007, he relocated to Madrid in the role of general manager for Intel Corporation Iberia, where he was responsible for developing and leading teams implementing the business strategy for Spain and Portugal. Before joining Intel, Brian focused his professional career in the enterprise software market both in field sales management and product marketing roles for a span of over 15 years. Brian is a frequent international speaker on transformational education programs, project management applied to large scale technology adoption and collaboration as a core competency of high performance teams. Brian received a degree in Business Administration at Villanova University in 1982 and an MBA in International Business at the American Graduate School of International Management in Glendale (Thunderbird) in 1984.