“Being selected to serve as a judge for the Globe Awards is an honor. I appreciate you considering me for this significant position. I recognize the significant responsibility that comes with being selected as a judge and the trust and confidence that have been shown in me. I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to review and judge the entries from around the world and to help choose the most deserving winner. I am thankful for the opportunity to take part in this event, which I know will be beneficial and enlightening. Thank you once again for giving me this opportunity.”
Senior Manager, Release Management | Salesforce | Dallas, Texas, United States
Praveen Kumar Mannam is a thought leader in the IT sector with 15 years of experience transforming business operations, fostering innovation, and enhancing operational performance in environments with enterprise-level technology. He is working as a Senior Release Manager with a focus on Data and Analytics. From concept to launch, he has successfully delivered numerous complex, mission-critical software, infrastructure applications and product releases for Fortune 100 technology companies with success. Some include CRM companies, Microsoft, Mastercard, AT&T, Starbucks, Portland General Electric and Blue Cross Blue Shield.
He has significant experience in software and infrastructure program management, specifically Data Warehouse Reporting and Analytics, Data Management, Data Privacy/Security, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotic Process Automation, IT audit and Sox control. In addition, he has contributed in developing cutting-edge business apps that use AI and machine learning to help with critical corporate functions like finance, sales, and marketing.
Praveen, is an accomplished strategist, mentor, and technologist with a wide range of experience managing various creative projects. He has a tremendous passion for mentoring high school and college students to cultivate innovative and entrepreneurial mindsets. In addition, he coaches Non-Profit startups, particularly those that are involved in the EdTech sector, to help the underprivileged.
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