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HBJ Special Section HBJ Announcement Winners Press Release

Congratulations to our 2022 winners!




Leadership

Al Lindseth

Super Global

Tom Peck

Global

Vagesh Dave

Large Enterprise

Anthony Dayao


Enterprise

Ken Piddington

Corporate

Rennu Varghese

Nonprofit/Public Sector

Amanda Hammel

Super Global Finalists

Jeff
Fleece

Zhanna
Golodryga

Akash
Khurana

Tom
Peck

Lee
Robertson

Diego
Souza

Global Finalists

Vagesh
Dave

Jennifer
Hohman

ML
Madhavarao

Alina
Parast

Large Enterprise Finalists

David
Cain

Joe
Carroll

Kenneth
Coleman

Anthony
Dayao

Sudhakar
Virupakshi

Enterprise Finalists

Tim
Jackson

Ken
Piddington

Mike
Prochaska

Doug
Sellers

Corporate Finalists

Eric
Gleason

Lucy
Mariappa

Rennu
Varghese

Okpara
Young

Nonprofit/Public Sector Finalists

Link
Alander

Robyn
Doughtie

Amanda
Hammel

Lee
Leiber

2022 Keynote

Jed Yueh

Jed Yueh is the best-selling author of Disrupt or Die, a book that refutes conventional ideas on innovation with proven frameworks from Silicon Valley. Prior to his book, Jed put his frameworks to the test, leading two waves of disruption in data management, first as founding CEO of Avamar (sold to EMC in 2006 for $165M). Avamar pioneered data de-duplication and generated over $4B in cumulative sales. After Avamar, Jed founded Delphix, which accelerates enterprise data delivery for over 30% of the Global 100 and has surpassed $100 million in ARR. In 2013, the San Francisco Business Times named Jed CEO of the Year. Jed has over 30 patents in data management and graduated Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude with a degree in English from Harvard.

Leadership Award Recipient

Al Lindseth, C150 Advisory Services LLC

Al Lindseth has been with the same company, Plains All American, for 22 years. Prior to Plains, he was a risk management professional for PriceWaterHouseCoopers. In 2000 Plains was a small company that experienced a $170 million rogue trading loss, which made headlines nationally. Al was brought in to fix that issue so the company could then continue its growth. He became one of Plains’ three SVPs at age 33 – responsible for technology, process and risk management. Today Plains is a large Houston and Fortune 100 employer and 1 of only 14 companies that has been recognized on the Houston Chronicle’s Top Workplaces list every year, rated by employees.

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