Dr Cindy Gordon, CEO and founder of SalesChoice, an AI SaaS company for B2B sales, and winner of 2018 Digital Transformation award for AI Disruption. A former Venture capitalist, Accenture Partner, Xerox GM and Citibank VP. Dr. Gordon is the 2017 Sara Kirke EY and CATA CEO innovation winner and the 2017 Startup Canada Entrepreneurship Award at both regional (Ontario) and National level. She has also been recently recognized as one of 30 Most Creative CEO's in North America. Cindy is the Canada national spokesperson for STEM, for women in tech for CATA and also an AI chair for the new AI Directory founded by SalesChoice, CATA and IT World Canada. Cindy is also a Governor General award winner and has published over 14 books. She is currently co-authoring on a new book on AI to be released in 2018.
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