We are excited to announce Intevity’s George Jagodzinski joins Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue Advisory Council. George will bring his digital consulting and software development expertise to the tech diplomacy sphere.
The Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue, the preeminent authority for advancing freedom by integrating technological innovation with statecraft, announced that George Jagodzinski has joined its Advisory Council, bringing business and technology insights to the Institute’s growing ranks of advisors.
George Jagodzinski currently serves as the Managing Partner of Intevity, a leading digital transformation management consultancy. Founded in 2003, the company delivers world-class service to Fortune 500 companies across financial services, healthcare, insurance, media and retail, as well as nonprofit and government agencies.
Jagodzinski oversees the end-to-end solutions Intevity provides to Fortune 500 companies across industries, helping them organize meaningful business outcomes through effective digital transformation. Jagodzinski will share his robust understanding of public and private sector needs with the Institute’s cohort of experts.
“Every day, technology weaves itself deeper into our individual lives and society at large. The technology decisions we make now -- across hardware, software and policy -- have larger and longer-reaching implications than ever before,” Jagodzinski said. “As a technology leader, I believe in a human first approach to decision-making that requires an ecosystem of trust and safety. I am honored to join the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue, where the very best of technology and policy leadership are partnering to leverage tech statecraft as a competitive advantage.”
The Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue was co-founded by Purdue University President-elect Dr. Mung Chiang and former Under Secretary of State and Advisory Board Chairman Keith Krach. Under the leadership of Director Michelle Giuda, the Institute leverages the expertise of Purdue University and diplomatic leaders to bridge the knowledge and experience gaps between innovators and policymakers on critical and emerging technologies vital to U.S. foreign policy and national security interests.
Throughout the last year, the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue has added distinguished experts to its diverse and fast-growing team of fellows and advisors, expanding its subject matter expertise on tech issues shaping 21st century diplomacy, including: 5G/6G, artificial intelligence, energy and climate, hypersonics, rare earth elements, semiconductors, quantum computing, synthetic biology, agricultural technologies, digital currencies, supply chains and advanced manufacturing.
About The Krach Insitute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue:
The Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue is an independent, non-partisan 501(c)(3) founded in 2021 to advance freedom through trusted technologies and democratic principles. It brings engineering expertise to the intersection of technology and U.S. foreign policy and serves as a go-to resource on critical technology issues for the diplomatic community and policymakers, while partnering with industry, academia, and government.
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