Technically Speaking : Stories from Tech Leaders and Innovators


Join a panel of leaders and innovators from different industries and functional backgrounds for this important panel discussion and learn about their career journey. 

Technically Speaking is a series of interactive discussions featuring experts and thought-leaders in business, science and technology. Past speakers have ranged from renowned scholars to esteemed industry professionals, including Richard Serino (former Deputy Administrator at FEMA), Ellen Embrey (former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs), Dr. Ashish Khandpur (Sr. VP of Research & Development and CTO at 3M) and many more.

April 6, 2023 | 5:00-7:00 PM | Keller Hall 3-180

'The Never Expanding Roles of Tech Leaders and the Opportunities It Creates'
Presented by Khalid Kark, Managing Director, Deloitte CIO Program 


Khalid Kark

Khalid Kark, Managing Director, Deloitte CIO Program.

Khalid is a director with Deloitte LLP where he leads the development of research and insights for the CIO Program. Khalid has served as a trusted advisor to large, multinational clients, and has decades of experience helping technology leaders anticipate and plan for the impacts of new technology. Previously, Khalid led the CIO Research practice at Forrester Research. His research has been widely featured in media outlets such as MSNBC, The Boston Globe, and CIO magazine.

During this Technically Speaking talk, Khalid will walk you through the most recent findings from Deloitte's industry study of CIOs and Technology Leaders and how the role has changed dramatically in the post-pandemic world.  How does this affect the next generation of Technical Leaders?

*Space for this event is limited to 100 participants. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve your spot before it's too late!

Start date
Thursday, April 6, 2023, 5 p.m.
End date
Thursday, April 6, 2023, 7 p.m.

Kenneth H. Keller Hall 3-180 - Conference Hall