What to Expect

BraveIT is an interactive, thought leadership and networking event designed for the modern IT professional.

Featured Speakers

Miral Kotb

Coder, Dancer, and Founder of iLuminate

iLuminate

Light Performers

Jerry Kent

CEO, TierPoint

Agenda

Time Event
8:30 AM
CXO Breakfast & Below Deck Experience
8:30 AM
Women in Tech Networking Breakfast & AR Experience
11:30 AM
Guest Reception & Lunch
12:30 PM
Kickoff & Opening Remarks
12:45 PM
Keynote: Major General Brett Williams, USAF (Ret.)
1:30 PM
Break
1:40 PM
Session 1 (TBA)
2:20 PM
Session 2 (TBA)
3:00 PM
Networking Break & Technology Spotlights
4:00 PM
Session 3 (TBA)
4:40 PM
Session 4 (TBA)
5:20 PM
Break
5:30 PM
BraveIT Award
5:45 PM
Keynote: Miral Kotb, Founder of iLuminate | iLuminate Performance
6:30 PM
Sunset Cocktail Reception on the Rooftop Flight Deck

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Archived Sessions

The agenda was designed to help the modern IT leader navigate and understand emerging technologies and how they are impacting IT business strategies. Speakers from Forrester, Microsoft, Zerto, VMware, Potbelly, Radware, and many others took the stage.

About the BraveIT Award

A peer nominated award to an individual who has exemplified bravery through the utilization of technology for the benefit of others. Nominations are now open!

The Venue

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
New York City

The Museum is a non-profit, educational institution featuring the legendary aircraft carrier Intrepid, the space shuttle Enterprise, the world’s fastest jets and a guided missile submarine.
The Museum is located at:
Pier 86 | W 46th Street and 12th Avenue.
Join us at this home of the Brave.

“Events like these are important within the industry. There is so much of this that we’re still learning and there are a lot of different thought leaders in the industry. Nobody has the right answer yet. And being able to come at a conference like this with the sharing of ideas [and] having people challenge those ideas – it’s a way to help prove out what is actually going to be our future in this IT world.”

Matthew Gavitt, Program Manager at Schneider Electric