Glenn Wintrich has more than 40 years of international delivery, marketing, service line management and innovation experience. In early 2006 Glenn joined Perot systems as the Enterprise Network Service Line Manager and progressed to the Global Director of Information Systems Product Management. Currently, Glenn leads numerous innovation initiatives within Dell Services Chief Innovation Office. Glenn is currently conducting smart cities research with six European Union universities and has responsibility for European-wide innovation activities for Dell and our customers. His research focuses on the development of reference architectures to integrate and optimize disparate city functions; the application of technology enabled smart city business models; and utilizing technology to help monetize sustainability initiatives. Additionally, Glenn is a guest lecturer in both Europe and the United States on innovation, education, and business management. Previously, he developed and launched EDS’ converged network solutions and led all market facing activities for their Communications Service Line. As an Air Force leader, for 24 years, he led the development of standardized communications architecture and business practices in the Asia-Pacific region and was a delivery leader in both Germany and the United Kingdom for over eight years. Additionally, he taught Systems Engineering/Evaluation for three years. His global business experience, systematic approach, and leadership in system architecture allow customers to take full advantage of current and emerging opportunities in their IT environments. Glenn currently chairs the Collin College Business Advisory Council, representing 22 colleges across the United States, for technology curriculum. He is currently a business council advisor for the NationalScience Foundation. Glenn is also on the board of director for Interlink, a non-profit organization with the goal of matching high school and college educations to meet the market demand for job ready employees.
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