Ravi Verma is a Public Speaker, Agile Coach, Professional Scrum Trainer, Evidence Based Management Consultant and Blogger, with 18+ years of experience in I.T. delivery and consulting. Ravi has a proven track record of delivering multi-million dollar software in Fortune 100 companies. He is a C-Level Enterprise Agile Coach who has helped guide Agile Transformation for large, globally distributed organizations.
Aakash Srinivasan Professional Certifications Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) Certified Scrum Master (CSM) Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) Registered Education Provider Certified Scrum Trainer Aakash Srinivasan is an Agile trainer, coach, TBR - certified trainer and speaker who travels to consult Fortune 100 companies on business efficiency, process improvements, organizational change and large scale Agile transformations.
Tamara Runyon is a Scrum trainer and enterprise agile coach, with more than 30 years experience in business management and software development. As an educator and coach, Runyon possesses a wide range of professional expertise in assessing and coaching agile adoptions, training and mentoring teams, scrum masters and product owners new to agile and the Scrum Framework.
Rachel Smets is a Speaker, Mentor and Author, recently seen on a Ted Talk. She empowers entrepreneurs to awaken their Confidence through facing one’s fears. Rachel has lived in many countries over the past few years and can speak 6 languages, which helps along her journey though life. Through her life experiences, Rachel has learned to turn every challenge into an opportunity. She offers a combination of practical and emotional support to help design your future.
Martin Sierra is a professional Lean and Agile Coach. Passionately commitment to enabling competencies to enable career and dreams. Previously, he was the Lean and Agile Head Coach of American Eagle, Blue Cross Blue Shield and DTE Energy, also headed the Blue Cross Blue Shields Enterprise Transformation Coach. Martin's focus is on organization transformation strategy, continuous improvement and enhancing the art and science of crafting software. Martin’s product development experience in Health Care products, Energy management products, and E-Commerce products leverages a wealth of experience that will help guide a professional & positive future for all Trainees.
Paul Gurrapu is an Agile Coach and brings nearly a decade of experience in marketing to Aleph Technologies. He graduated from University of St Andrews with a Masters in IT and Management and is passionate about using the IT management and marketing skills he acquired to craft a compelling story about Agile.
In addition to his training/coaching abilities, Paul engages with the clients, both internal and external, and their needs as a primary focus; builds a sustaining collaborative and productive relationship with clients and seeks to understand client situations, issues, expectations. He also has experience leading teams of Agile coaches and managers.
Paul leads the team in market strategy, business development & digital media.
Rachel Caleb brings over 10 years of technology, training, consulting and staffing experience. Her expertise includes talent acquisition, leadership planning, and corporate strategy development. She began her career as a Software Developer in the IT industry and moved into recruitment, resource management and has held various positions in Information Technology and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) staffing and consulting in North America. Rachel graduated from Centennial College specializing in Project Management and has a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology. She brings a wealth of experience in building client relationships to drive business development and marketing operations strategy.
Jack’s IT career started as a developer and quickly grew into consultation, business analysis, quality assurance, project management, and production management for various US companies. Jack’s lean-agile journey started with the use of kanban as a tool to control work-in-progress and grew into Scrum as a survival mechanism to save failing waterfall e-commerce projects at a digital agency.