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 Christopher DiGiorgio

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Accenture, Executive Research Fellow
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Christopher DiGiorgio in 2014 is bringing to a close a 32 year tenure at Accenture. He most recently was an Executive Research Fellow at the Accenture Institute for High Performance where he has focused on Silicon Valley's culture and innovation ecosystem. He previously led Accenture's High Tech practice in the Silicon Valley and was a member of Accenture's North American Executive Committee. Chris's track record of civic leadership includes Co-Chair of Joint Venture Silicon Valley, Vice Chair of the Bay Area Economic Institute, and Board Chair of the Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose.  Mr. DiGiorgio is a Distinguished Alumni from California State University, Chico with a B.S., Computer Science and a B.S., Business Administration.

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The Agile Archive
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