Digital Transformation in 2021: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?

Sponsored by JHU Affinity Groups and Communities

Digital Transformation and Change Management are not going away post-COVID, even in workplaces that will aim for in-person (i.e., non-remote) operations. How does your company balance maximizing ROI and meeting people where they are? Join us as industry thought leaders in this emerging space share their thoughts. Together, we'll discuss recent lessons learned in the Change Management space and how these lessons can enable us to build a happier and more productive workforce for tomorrow. If you have question for our panelists, you may email them to Margia Arguello at marguel1@jhu.edu. You will also be able to ask questions during the program. The program will be presented on Zoom. A link will be shared with all registrants in advance of the program.

MEET OUR MODERATOR
Nina Grossberg (A&S '04), Director, Digital Marketing, Aramark
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Nina Grossberg, MBA is the Director of Digital Marketing at Aramark. In her global role, she focuses on building and scaling digital marketing programs to meet growth goals. She joined Aramark in 2020 bringing 7+ years in global marketing for professional services at PwC, Strategy& and Booz & Company. For 8 years Nina held a variety of membership, marketing and sales roles in the trade association industry. 

Nina earned her MBA from the University of Maryland focused on Marketing, and her BA in Cognitive Science from Johns Hopkins University, where she also served as a residential advisor and played softball and tenor sax in the jazz band. Nina lives with her husband and two daughters in the suburbs of Philadelphia.

MEET OUR PANELISTS
Rome K. Chopra (Business '15), Co-founder & CEO, Ziplyne, Enterprise Digital Adoption Platform
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Rome Chopra is the CEO and co-founder of Ziplyne, Inc., a SaaS solution that enables enterprises to  transform and execute their digital adoption strategies. While in graduate school at Johns Hopkins, Rome was selected to participate in the prestigious Social Innovation Lab where he developed the template of the idea that ultimately transformed into his current business. In his spare time, he lends his talent to producing and acting in a variety of independent films. Rome holds a B.A. in Economics from Rutgers University and a Masters in Finance from the Carey School of Business at The Johns Hopkins University.

Bill Kirst (A&S '00), Senior Principal, West Monroe
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Bill Kirst is a Digital Change & Enablement Lead at West Monroe. Bill leads organizations through change with compassion and care. He has worked across a breadth of industries and has helped dozens of clients achieve lasting digital transformational goals. Bill also hosts a podcast called “Coffee & Change” where he features the stories of fellow humans leading change in their lives.

T. Scott Biggs, IT Director & Chief Technical Architect, Johns Hopkins University
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 Event Date
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Start Time: 2:30pm
End Time: 3:30pm

 Contact
Office of Alumni Relations
(410) 516-0808
alumevents@jhu.edu

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