September 13, 2018
9:00am – 4:15pm at the Sandia Casino
The experienceIT Conference is the tech event of the year! This allows tech companies of all sizes to come together and learn from the best in their industry. Be ready to come out of the experienceIT conference ready to hit the ground running with new ideas and connections. Grab your seat today! This will be a sold-out event.
*Tickets will be sold at the door for an increased rate.
Mix and Match Your Track:
Learn how to strengthen the foundation to your business with the workIT track! This track will cover internal processes and procedures ranging from talent recruitment to state incentives such as JTIP and LEDA. This track is a must and will help your business move to the next level.
Project management, communication tools and social media! The shareIT track is designed to help you navigate the waters of what steps you should be taking to create a digital brand and how to keep it protected.
Dive deeper into blockchain, big data, IoT and cybersecurity with the techIT track! Learn from leaders who have mastered this craft and are continually breaking new ground.
Steven A. González
For over 30 years, Mr. González has applied his skills in visioning, strategy, innovation and fostering collaborations to benefit the human exploration of Space. At the NASA/Johnson Space Center (JSC), he led the team to develop the 20-year strategy for the Center and was instrumental in creating numerous strategic initiatives that connected NASA to the entrepreneur and innovation community in Houston, including the creation of the SpaceCom Conference and Exposition. Mr. González has been embedded in the innovation ecosystem in Houston during his tenure as the NASA Executive Liaison at the Houston Technology Center (HTC) and the NASA Executive Liaison at the Greater Houston Partnership (GHP). During his time at GHP he created a stronger alliance between NASA and the startup community and strategized with GHP leadership on the future direction of the innovation ecosystem in Houston.
Earlier in his career Mr. González instructed the crew of the Space Shuttle Columbia STS-65 mission on the vehicle’s computer and navigation system. He received his Masters of Science at Texas A&M University and his Bachelors in Computer Engineering at Boston University.