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Pamela Snively is TELUS’ Chief Data & Trust Officer. She leads the team responsible for privacy and, more broadly, data governance. Pamela is charged with enabling and supporting TELUS’ commitment to earning and maintaining customer trust through demonstrably accountable and ethical data practices.
Pamela participates in a number of national and international think-tanks and governance bodies related to privacy and data governance, including serving as a Board member for the Information Accountability Foundation, on the Privacy Advisory Committee for the Sidewalk Labs Waterfront Toronto project, and on the Privacy and Data Advisory Committee for the Canadian Marketing Association.
Alyse Daghelian is Vice President of the IBM Analytics business responsible for sales globally across 140 countries and all industries. The Analytics portfolio is designed to help clients become digital enterprises by making their data simple and accessible. IBM’s analytics portfolio provides solutions that find, access, analyze, and govern data across structured, unstructured, and open data sources, whether it be in a public or private environment. IBM’s Analytics business is part of the Cognitive business unit which drove more than $18B of annual revenue in 2016.
Ms. Daghelian joined IBM’s Systems Group in 1989 as a software engineer in Poughkeepsie, New York and held a number of senior programming and management positions before moving to IBM’s Software group in 2002 where she led a 1500 person team responsible for database and governance technical sales. She then moved on to run the global Information Management sales business for eight years where she was responsible for database, governance, and security solutions. Most recently she was responsible for leading a 6000 person technical sales team spanning the entire IBM software portfolio including cloud, analytics, security, and commerce solutions.
Ms. Daghelian is a graduate of Pace University and holds a MS in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She resides in both Canada and the United States with her husband and children.