NOVEMBER 5-9, 2018
JW MARRIOTT SAN ANTONIO HILL COUNTRY RESORT & SPA

NOVEMBER 5-9, 2018
JW MARRIOTT SAN ANTONIO HILL COUNTRY RESORT & SPA ∙ SAN ANTONIO
Official Conference of the
International Institute of Business Analysis 

Ken Fulmer

Chief Technology Officer, Information Workplace Solutions, Inc &
IIBA


Ken Fulmer

Ken Fulmer is currently the President and CEO of the IIBA. Ken has been a long time senior IT executive with several major (Fortune 50) corporations holding roles as CTO and CIO. His primary skill is the ability to blend technology with business (people, process, technology and data) and create strategic business outcomes.  Ken has managed very large scale enterprise programs and as Chief Technology Officer has been involved in technology in both information applications, architecture, and in more digital technology in manufacturing and retail. 

Ken has also served as an executive advisor for several energy companies, in strategic initiatives and acquisitions. Ken is active in SIM and the Senior Executive Group organization, giving him the opportunity to interact with other senior executives at major corporations. 

Ken has a BA degree from LaSalle University, an MBA degree from Clarion University of Pennsylvania, and post grad programs at MIT. He is on the board of several non-profits and past chairman of the board of IIBA.


Ken's 2016 Presentations:

  1. Emerging Trends in Technology and Critical Skills
    Friday, November 4, 2016 (10:10 am – 11:10 am)

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