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Discover how the AWS Cloud can help you innovate, improve sustainability, and meet your security and sovereignty requirements. The Symposium is a free event where the public sector community can connect, collaborate, and learn about Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Whether you are just getting started with cloud computing or are an advanced user, have a technical background, or are just curious about the cloud and its applications, you will hear from key public sector customers and learn something new at the AWS Public Sector Symposium Brussels.
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Vice President, Worldwide Public Sector
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Dave Levy leads government, education, healthcare, aerospace and satellite, and nonprofit businesses globally. He and his teams help customers realize the potential of technology to transform their organizations and fulfill their missions. Previously, Dave served for six years as the Vice President of U.S. Government, Nonprofit, and Global Healthcare businesses for AWS.
Dave’s team is focused on helping customers use data in more sophisticated ways. Before joining AWS, Dave worked for Apple Inc. for 12 years and led the teams that helped the government adopt innovative mobile technologies.
Director, Worldwide Public Sector Marketing
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Marla Bradbury is the Director of Worldwide Public Sector Marketing at Amazon Web Services where she leads a mission-driven team that helps government, education, nonprofit, healthcare, aerospace and satellite organizations realize the transformational power of cloud technology.
She is a former US Army Captain and Apache Helicopter Pilot with over 20 years of leadership experience in marketing, branding and advertising at top Fortune 500 companies. She is passionate about accelerating innovation in the public sector to better serve citizens.
Head of Multi-National Organizations, Worldwide Public Sector
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Yaara Tam is the Head of Multi-National Organizations Worldwide Public Sector Industries sales in Amazon Web Services. Prior to her work in AWS Yaara served as the Defense Lead at IBM, and the Government Lead in Oracle, resulting in more than 20 years of experience serving Public Sector customers. Yaara is passionate about supporting government and public entities adoption of digital innovation and digital transformation to improve our lives as citizens and humans.
Yaara also holds LLM in Law and is licensed to practice Law in Israel and New York. Residing in the past few years in sunny Madrid, Yaara is a mom of 3 girls and an amateur triathlete who participates in long distance IronMan triathlons yearly.
Vice President of Technology, Worldwide Public Sector
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Dominic Delmolino is the Vice President of Field Technology and Engineering for Amazon Web Services Worldwide Public Sector. He is responsible for the oversight, strategy and definition of AWS field technical offerings and activities supporting public sector customers while advocating on their behalf for AWS feature development.
In his career, Delmolino has assisted government and commercial clients in the application of leading edge data management, analysis and software engineering solutions. In addition to a B.S. in Computer Science from Cornell University, Delmolino has a Master in Information and Data Science from the University of California, Berkeley.
He currently oversees AWS public sector efforts in the cloud and emerging technology space, including the deployment and configuration of responsible Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Computing and large-scale Cloud-based DevOps architectures.
Chief Technology Officer
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
Francesca Duri serves as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). In her role, she is responsible for enterprise architecture, cloud strategy, infrastructure modernization, and transforming IT operations. With more than 30 years of experience as an IT professional, she has served in roles from technology supplier to IT management.
Prior to joining WIPO, she served as the Director of IT Strategy and Architecture of Save the Children International and was also the CTO of Ferrari. Her natural curiosity and interest in new technologies has enabled her to spot valuable technologies, finding non-obvious usage scenarios, and matching them to business needs to make the most positive impact.
Chief Data Officer
Wendy Joos is a seasoned data technology leader with a passion for innovation & problem-solving. After 15 years of experience in various business roles in aviation, real-estate development, and postal operations, she pivoted to IT in 2015 heading the BI department of bpost. She gradually guided the organization from a report-centered mindset towards a data-driven culture taking on the role of Chief Data Officer for the bpostgroup in 2020.
Today, she and her teams deliver data solutions and expertise across the group in e-commerce and logistics. She continues to be a strong evangelist for applied data science and the data-first mindset.
Tuesday, 12 March 2024
This event is specifically designed to help public sector organisations across government, education, nonprofit, healthcare, and financial services navigate the increasingly complex and ever-evolving tech landscape.
Our goal is to empower you, the leaders and architects of public sector digital transformation, with new capabilities and insights that help you accelerate your mission and improve the lives of people and the planet using cloud technology.
See cutting-edge products and the latest solutions from our sponsoring partners and learn how they can help you transform your organization.
The Symposium features 20 breakout sessions across four main tracks: technical, management, security, and data.
Discover content to accelerate your public sector mission, and hear from government, nonprofit, healthcare, education, and aerospace and satellite customers. Grow your existing cloud skills to learn how to build, deploy, and operate your infrastructure and applications learning from lecture-style and interactive sessions.
AWS Training & Certification
Learn from AWS experts about how AWS Training and Certification can help you gain practical experience with real-world cloud scenarios, validate your cloud expertise, and much more.
Join the conversation at our reception at the end of the day. Mingle and connect with your peers to discuss topics that interest you after a day of learning.
8:00AM - 9:30AM CET Registration & Breakfast
9:30AM - 10:30AM CET Keynote
10:45AM - 11:30AM CET Breakout sessions
11:45AM - 12:30PM CET Breakout sessions
12:30PM - 1:45PM CET Lunch
1:45PM - 2:30PM CET Breakout sessions
2:45PM - 3:30PM CET Breakout sessions
3:45PM - 4:30PM CET Breakout sessions
4:30PM - 6:00PM CET Closing reception
Agenda is subject to change.
Session level guide
Level 100: Introductory
Sessions are focused on providing an overview of AWS services and features, with the
assumption that attendees are new to the topic.
Level 200: Intermediate
Sessions are focused on providing best practices, details of service features and demos with the assumption that attendees have introductory knowledge of the topics.
Level 300: Advanced
Sessions dive deeper into the selected topic. Presenters assume that the audience has
some familiarity with the topic, but may or may not have direct experience .
Level 400: Expert
Sessions are for attendees who are deeply familiar with the topic, have implemented a
solution on their own already, and are comfortable with how the technology works.
Browse, filter, or search through the session catalogue below to find topics that interest you and view the presentations.
Agenda is subject to change.
F I N D O U T M O R E
Frequently asked questions
Who should attend AWS Public Sector Symposium Brussels?
AWS Public Sector Symposium Brussels is tailored for the public sector community interested in advancing their mission through technology. Session content is set between 100 foundational and 400 expert level to accommodate all levels of expertise. Attendees can choose between lecture-style presentations, interactive learning guided by AWS experts, customer keynotes, an expo hall, and much more.
Is there an age requirement to attend AWS Public Sector Symposium Brussels?
Yes. All attendees must be at least 18 years of age on the day they pick up their conference badge.
Is there a fee to attend the AWS Public Sector Symposium Brussels?
No, the AWS Public Sector Symposium Brussels is open to the public and free of charge to all attendees, including government employees. We always recommend that government employees check with their ethics or compliance officer to ensure their attendance at our events is compliant with local laws, statutes, or rules.
How do I update, change, or cancel my registration?
How can I get to the event venue?
Can I get reimbursed by AWS for parking or travel costs?
No, AWS does not reimburse or validate for parking or other travel costs.
What do I need for event check-in?
Please be prepared to show a physical copy of your valid, government-issued ID. The name on your ID must match your registered name.
Do I need my badge for every event function?
Yes. You are required to wear your valid conference badge and lanyard for all sessions and activities.
What is the AWS Code of Conduct?
Do you offer continuing education credits to attendees or a certificate of attendance?
AWS Public Sector Symposium Brussels does not offer continuing or professional education credits nor does AWS offer a certificate of attendance.
What is the dress code for attendees?
There is no dress code for attendees. Attendee attire varies including business casual, suits, hoodies and jeans. Please wear what you are comfortable in.
Is a cloakroom available the day of the event?
Yes. The cloakroom will open at 8:00 AM and close at 6:00 PM. It will be located directly behind the registration desk.
How do I request accessibility services?
How can I contact the event organizers?
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