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Tracey Wilen-Daugenti

Tracey Wilen-Daugenti is the higher education lead of the Public Sector Practice for the Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG). In her current role, she leads colleges and universities in innovation and excellence in using the internet to achieve institutional goals. Before joining IBSG, Dr. Wilen-Daugenti held positions at Cisco in the areas of business development, marketing, and operations.

Prior to joining Cisco, Dr. Wilen-Daugenti held executive positions at Hewlett-Packard and Apple Computer. Wilen-Daugenti was recognized in 1995 as a notable forthcoming modern academic researcher on women in international business. She has authored eight books on the topic of women and international business and has recently published 21st Century trends in Higher Education and 21st Century Learning Environments: Next Generation Strategies in Higher Education. Her newest book, .edu Technology and Learning Environments in Higher Education will be released in late 2008. She is a frequent guest on national television and radio, interviewed in news columns, and a speaker for key universities and business groups. Her website is www.globalwomen.biz.

Dr. Wilen-Daugenti was recently named San Francisco Woman of the Year by the Women in Business Organization in San Francisco for her outreach in the fields of academia, women’s research, and technology. She holds an MBA and a doctorate in international business, has been a visiting scholar at Stanford University, and has been an adjunct professor for graduate and doctoral programs for a number of Bay Area universities. Her organization memberships include the Grammy Music Foundation, International Game Developers Association, and Educause.

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