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2020 Event Schedule

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Greg SullivanChief Information OfficerCarnival Corporation

Greg Sullivan became Chief Information Officer of Carnival Corporation in December 2018 following two years as Vice President of Information Technology with the company. With more than 30 years of experience in the effective application of information technology, he is a recognized expert in positioning companies as premier software development, information technology strategy and cybersecurity organizations.

Over an 11-year period prior to joining the company, Sullivan served as Chief Executive Officer, Chief Technology Officer and Director of Global Velocity, Inc., a cybersecurity startup focused on information-centric security in the enterprise and cloud. He led the company from the research and development stage to commercialization of intellectual property developed at the Washington University in St. Louis McKelvey School of Engineering.

In 1982, Sullivan founded G.A. Sullivan, a global software development services company that grew to more than 350 employees. As CEO, he established growth and led daily operations of the industry leader. He sold the firm to Avanade, a Microsoft/Accenture joint venture, in 2003.

He was co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Hamilton & Sullivan, Ltd, providing microcomputer software and services to the financial industry from 1985-1997. The company created the first online banking system for business-to-business transactions for banks to move into the digital era. He personally developed more than a dozen microcomputer-based banking applications, which were the first of their kind in an emerging industry.

Sullivan co-authored a series of four books on computers and his industry recognition includes Inc. 500; Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year; State of Missouri Technology Company of the Year; and United States Small Business Association Small Business Person of the Year.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in Systems Science and Mathematics at Washington University in St. Louis and has been a member of the Washington University McKelvey School of Engineering National Council and past president of the school’s Alumni Advisory Council.

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