Don't miss this exclusive architecture, engineering, and construction breakfast where the 2017 AEC Excellence Awards winners will be announced and celebrated. Special guest presentations from industry experts and thought leaders will explore these innovative projects and how BIM plays a key role. Breakfast will be provided.
Theo Agelopoulos is responsible for leading Autodesk’s infrastructure business line. In this role he oversees industry strategy, marketing, go-to-market, and sales enablement for infrastructure. Theo is responsible for developing growth strategies enhancing Autodesk’s long-term competitive position in infrastructure, including M&A and partnerships. He also leads industry and thought leadership engagement in driving the industry to BIM through various innovation platforms. He has over 20 years of experience in engineering, geospatial and remote sensing technologies serving the transportation, land and water industries. Prior to joining Autodesk, Theo spent 13 years at Intergraph Corporation in various Technical, Senior Sales and Business Development roles. He holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Monash University in Melbourne Australia and is based in Denver Colorado.
Lynelle Cameron is Vice President of Sustainability at Autodesk and President & CEO of the Autodesk Foundation. She founded both to invest in and support people using design to solve today’s most epic challenges. Under her leadership, Autodesk has won numerous awards for sustainability, climate leadership and philanthropy. Prior to Autodesk, Lynelle led sustainability teams at HP and has 10 years of experience at the intersection of conservation and economic development with WWF, TMI, and NOLS.Lynelle serves on numerous for-profit and nonprofit boards including Innovators International, CEH, Luke Hand,UC Berkeley CRB, Biomimicry 3.0, and previously Net Impact. Lynelle was recently recognized as one of the Most Influential Women in Business by the SFBT. She has an MBA from UC Berkeley, MS from U of Michigan, and a BA from Middlebury College.
Lisa has 25 years of software industry leadership experience with extensive knowledge in business and industry strategy in manufacturing, construction and infrastructure, digital go-to-market strategy, building brands, and business development. Prior to joining Autodesk in 2003, Lisa served as the vice president of marketing and product management for Evolve (now Oracle) where she was responsible for all marketing functions for the Service Delivery products. Additionally, she held executive-level marketing positions at Sterling Software Inc., and Digital Equipment Corporation. Lisa began her career as an IT professional and product marketing manager at Digital Equipment Corporation, which was acquired by HP. Lisa holds a B.A. in mathematics and computer science from Boston College and an M.B.A. from Babson College.
During his time at Autodesk, Vikram has held various roles across Autodesk from Industry Strategy and Marketing, Product and Strategic Planning and Operations. Vikram is currently focused on the building industry to continue to drive BIM expansion worldwide and introduce cloud and mobile technologies to BIM users. In addition, he is leading the strategy and marketing for project delivery. Prior to Autodesk, Vikram worked at Siemens leading product management and launching strategic initiatives focused on Mechatronics. He started his career developing virtual reality (VR) solutions. Vikram holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Ohio State University.
Sarah has held various roles across the industry strategy and marketing team to help bring the Autodesk Building Information Modeling (BIM) portfolio to the marketplace across the education and commercial sectors. Over the past decade, Sarah has broadened her experiences across the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry by leading teams across all segments and through spending time with customers across the globe to understand their challenges and requirements. Currently Sarah is focused on the construction industry to understand and implement disruptive technological innovations that are radically changing how projects are constructed and delivered. Prior to Autodesk, Sarah spent time in the media and entertainment industry bringing to market and promoting B2B technologies to drive efficiencies in the post production process. Sarah holds a Bachelor of Science Business Administration with a focus on marketing and management from Northeastern University.
Nicolas Mangon is a 25 year leader of the global development of 3D visualization and the Building Information Modeling (BIM) process across the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industries. An accomplished structural engineer educated at the world-renowned Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Public’s Institution for Civil and Structural Engineering, Nicolas infuses his industry expertise in the continued development of innovative solutions for architects, engineers and contractors to optimize the life-cycle management of their projects. Mangon is tasked with leading the company’s strategy to move the AEC industry to the cloud for greater efficiency and collaboration across stakeholders and project sites. As Nicolas often notes, cloud collaboration and building information modeling are at the heart of the future of building things.