iCodeHack 2016 Judges

 

Imtiaz Hussain
Imtiaz Hussain is a 25 year IT veteran, leader and manager. He has led the Infrastructure team to deliver the largest Cisco Public Cloud Platform for America Movil in Latin America, an operation that resulted in $24 Million in service bookings. Likewise, Mr. Hussain developed a partner based solution for service providers to enable cloud migration to private and public cloud, which generated $12 Million in revenue in its first year. Mr. Hussain is a Cisco Certified Internet Expert.

 

Jordan Pugh
Jordan Pugh is an NFL veteran whose number one passion in life is football. He was signed by the New Orleans Saints in 2014 prior to the club's NFC Divisional Playoff game to strengthen the secondary and special teams units. Before joining the Saints, Mr. Pugh played as safety for the Washington Redskins in 2013 and 2012. He was originally drafted in the sixth round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers, where he played for two years. Admired by fans and teammates alike, Mr. Pugh has caught the attention of the sports media community, writers and broadcasters, who comment on his trusted speed and tackling ability. Mr. Pugh received a B.S. degree in university studies, which includes a business major and double minor in communication and sport management.

 

Harris Razak
Harris Razak is Vice President and General Manager at Ericsson and is currently responsible for managing the Verizon account. Verizon is one of Ericsson's largest customers globally. Before being named to his current position in March of 2016, Mr. Razak was Vice President and General Manager for Customer Unit AT&T at Ericsson. He was responsible for managing Ericsson’s wireless business with AT&T. He had responsibility for Sales and Operations for their business at AT&T. Mr. Razak was instrumental in helping AT&T launch 4G across the US.

 

Shadman Zafar
Shadman Zafar is an entrepreneur and distinguished leader in business, technology, and digital transformation, with global leadership expertise across financial services, entertainment, and telecommunications. Mr. Zafar is an accomplished inventor with several granted patents in US and internationally. Mr. Zafar is active in the community and served on the board of directors for the Boys and Girls Club from 2004 to 2006. In this role, Zafar sponsored a youth computing education program, creating the curriculum and leading the teaching on software engineering, computing skills, and robotics. Mr. Zafar is also the Chairman and CEO of the Star Foundation, a non-profit global organization for the advancement of science in service of society. He is currently researching sociological impacts of emerging technology trends on contemporary society.