Azeez is Principal Consultant and TBM Lead at Wipro Digital’s Strategic Technology Consulting practice. Prior to acquiring his MBA, Azeez worked in sales & marketing at a major oil & gas services company, after which he transitioned into an Account Executive role at a global supply chain and distribution company where he was responsible for clients across New England for over 3 years. He completed his MBA program from NYU Stern.
Azeez’s passion for acquiring new skills and tackling new challenges has presented him with numerous opportunities since he joined the G100 program. In his current position he creates solutions that address clients’ challenges and serves as a mentor for other associates. Azeez enjoys staying fit, learning about other cultures and engaging in philosophical discourse.
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David began his career working in both start-up and corporate environments including exposure to the growing popularity of innovation through crowdsourcing. He utilized this foundation along with his MBA from NYU Stern to join the Wipro Global 100 Program.
The Global 100 gave David international exposure to Sales and Delivery of IT-based solutions across multiple industries. His current focus is on providing crowdsourcing solutions through Topcoder, a Wipro subsidiary. David currently resides in New York and enjoys Water Skiing, Ice Hockey and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He occasionally writes and shares articles on LinkedIn.
ESADE Barcelona & Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan,
With an international upbringing and an early career that spanned several continents, Nate's interest has always been in understanding the trends and forces that shape societies on a global scale. After studying International Relations at Wheaton College, Nate joined the U.S. Peace Corps, where he became acutely aware of the role that technology and business play in transforming people's quality of life. Following a three year stretch as a Rating Specialist for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, in which he was chosen to take part in the agency's selective Emerging Leaders Program, Nate made the decision to shift direction and pursue a graduate degree in business with the aim of gaining the skills and knowledge to increase his ability to make an impact.
Nate enrolled in the ESADE MBA Program in Barcelona and exchanged with the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, all the while focusing on topics of innovation, design thinking, sustainability, and technological disruption of business models.
His decision to join the Wipro G100 Program was driven by a desire to gain hands-on experience in a number of functional and subjective areas, while working for a company on the fore-front of industrializing technologies around blockchain, AI, IoT, and digital transformation. Following the G100 Program, Nate found his place with Topcoder as a Senior Solutions Manager for Data Science & Analytics.
When not at work Nate can be found spending time with his wife and son in the Bay Area and pursuing interests in music, swimming, and backpacking.
Goizueta Business School
Prior to her MBA, Katherine was awarded a BA Chemistry & Chemical Biology from Cornell University, and worked at E2C and Alcon. She joined Global 100 to attain a breadth and depth of managerial experience at an accelerated pace while leveraging her domain knowledge in the life sciences industry.
Prior to joining the Global 100, Mo's experience included leadership of a VR startup, consulting leadership roles with Booz Allen and ten years in the US Air Force intelligence field. He was attracted to the Global 100 because of its combination of functional and geographic diversity. His says the support of an amazing program team, coaching, exposure to senior management and shared experience through Global 100's cohort model have further accentuated a one-of-a-kind professional journey.
Alvaro was born and raised in Madrid. He graduated in aerospace engineering in Spain, and worked for almost 4 years at Airbus, becoming in charge of customer support for the C101, a small military jet. He earned his MBA from NYU Stern Business School, where he specialized in Finance and Strategy. At NYU, he was a teacher assistant, president of the European Students Club, and worked over the summer for a Peruvian bank. At Wipro, Alvaro is part of the Manufacturing vertical. He has worked in Frankfurt, New Jersey and Luxembourg in Sales, Pre-Sales and Delivery.
Born in Oregon and raised in cosmopolitan Hong Kong, I have experienced first-hand, the beauty of cultural and ethnic diversity since early childhood. Apart from excelling in my studies, I made contribution in voluntary efforts for underprivileged children.
An inspiration for professional diversification came to pass in late 2012 when I was hand-picked for the role of lab manager, in addition to my research duties. This experience brought me closer to the world of commerce and provided motivation for me to pursue MBA studies. It also dawned on me that an excellent business plan is a pre-requisite for extending technological breakthroughs to benefit humanity.
I recently moved to the Health Consulting group, helping our life sciences clients gain competitive advantage through innovation, thought leadership and driving enterprise-wide digital transformation. As a consultant in the billable project—SWIFT Clinical Trials Foundation Project__I played a key role in the development and implementation of a platform for Stryker. I am also a part of the program management group working jointly with Stryker and Medidata. This project has won the Best Consulting Sales Award in Wipro. I am a thought leader in real world evidence. As part of the Health Business Unit strategy group previously, I was helping customers transform their business around.outcomes-based service design. There are many projects which I took charge of like for example Creating synergy with a global NGO, Path. As a member of the G100 program, I find this collegiate network is beneficial to my professional and personal advancement.
University of California, Berkeley
Currently a Senior Managing Consultant in the Digital Transformation consulting practice, Julien is also the product owner for a conversational A.I. & analytics consulting asset. While participating in Wipro’s Global 100 leadership program, he worked in Asia, Europe, and North America, gaining exposure to presales, sales, and service delivery, across multiple industries and service lines. Julien joined Wipro in 2015, as part of the inaugural cohort of the G100 program, after earning his MBA from the Haas School of Business (University of California, Berkeley).
Following over a decade in Silicon Valley, Julien recently relocated to London. This brings him back closer to his native France, with a unique cross-continental perspective. A technology enthusiast, he also enjoys experiencing new food and flavors, traveling the world, and reading dystopian novels.
Prior to Wipro, Julien was Chief Operating Officer at e2f, a translation and localization start-up. In that capacity, Julien ran worldwide IT and production operations across the company’s four main locations (Madagascar/ California/ France/ Mauritius Island). His proudest achievements include structuring the company’s Madagascar-based offshore center (accounting for nearly half of the company’s 80 staff) and launching a business process outsourcing (BPO) center out of an orphanage in Vietnam, to focus the company’s invoicing operations.
London Business School,
Javier was born in Valencia, Spain, in the summer of 1983. Part of a large family, he quickly became interested in learning and developed a passion for tennis. He attended a local Catholic school, El Pilar, following his family's tradition. Always looking to learn about different cultures, he spent his summers in the UK, Ireland and the United States. This allowed him to master the English language and develop his passion for travel from an early age.
After school, he attended the Universidad Politecnica de Valencia and was awarded a Masters in Telecommunication Engineering. Afterwards, he moved to Paris, France, to pursue a Masters in Electrical Engineering at ENSEA.
He settled in Paris post-graduation, and went to work for Altran's Innovation Labs before being offered the opportunity to work for one of the world's leading companies in business automation, ORSYP (now part of Automic). He transitioned from consultant to senior director of the European professional services unit for over six years. In between, he moved to London and helped the company navigate through a merger and enrolled in London Business School's Executive MBA program.
Soon after graduating from LBS, he realized that it was time to move on to a new challenge. Wipro's G100 program seemed like the perfect opportunity for him to develop and improve skillset and grow, while being able to have a meaningful impact in a company that truly cares about the world around it.
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Peter is entrusted with defining the vision and strategy for building partnerships, growing revenue, and scaling operations globally for Wipro’s N.ME, and I&ES, business and service units.
He advises Fortune 50 clients on product engineering, digital, technology, operations, and organizational change initiatives, and has held leadership roles across APAC, EMEA, and the AMERICAS. The G100 program opened doors, and enabled a formative environment, to build this experience set which now anchors Peter’s charter. Previously, Peter held consulting and engineering roles at Infosys Limited where he served global customers in the semiconductor, and consumer electronics industries.
Peter completed his master’s degree program in Business Administration at INSEAD in Singapore, and Fontainebleau, France — where he focused on topics in global business strategy, design thinking, and business model innovation. Peter received his bachelor’s degrees in Economics, and Political Science, from the University of California, Irvine, and studied at Fudan University in Shanghai, China, as part of an exchange program.
Peter enjoys mentoring others, and in his free time, pursues interests in cooking, traveling, and running.
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Shail, a Chicago native, has an appreciation for the fine arts, Chicago's sports teams, and trying different things. Her love of new experiences has led her to travel extensively, experiment in the kitchen, live in multiple cities, and pick up golf and water sports in addition to other fitness activities.
Following a degree in Chemical Engineering from Tufts University in Boston, MA, Shail moved to Washington, D.C. to work at an energy advocacy firm. She helped the industry develop best practices for manufacturing, testing, and upstream operations. Progressing rapidly and taking on new challenges, she ultimately became responsible for important issues and delivering talks to state and local officials on high visibility topics.
Shail received her MBA at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business. This experience connected her to remarkable classmates, faculty, and opportunities. There, Shail was a LEAD facilitator and co-chaired both the corporate management and strategy group and the epicurean club.
Shail joined the new G100 program to get exposure to the tech industry while leveraging her energy background. The program allows her to gain different perspectives while learning about the business, industry, and developing winning digital strategies.
Duke University's Fuqua School of Business
Rebecca joined the G100 to make an impact with a "far-reaching company that is shaping the future of tech and the way global businesses improve lives around the world."
Rebecca completed her MBA at Duke in May 2015, where she was also President of Duke's Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club and interned in venture capital. She led her team to win first place in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Venture Capital Competition, as Team Captain.
In 2013, Rebecca co-founded Medtuit, a medical technology company geared toward helping hospital physicians treat patients with diabetes. As COO, Rebecca developed the company's business strategy and investor pitches. As a result, Medtuit was a finalist in the Duke Startup Challenge and received an investment offer from a Fortune 500 med-tech company.