2015 Symposium Speakers

Johnny Quinn

Johnny Quinn

Johnny Quinn is a 2014 U.S. Olympian in the sport of Bobsled. He has traveled the world with Team USA, where competition has taken him to Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Russia and Switzerland. During the Sochi Olympics, Johnny got stuck in his Olympic Village bathroom and had to break down the door. The picture of the busted bathroom door has been retweeted over 28,000 times and seen by an estimated 10 million people around the world! Johnny has been featured on CNN, Good Morning America, NBC Olympics, FOX Sports and competed on American Ninja Warrior.

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Corinne Hill

Corinne Hill has been Executive Director of the Chattanooga Public Library since March 2012. As a sought after public speaker and thought leader on the future of public libraries, Hill has addressed the FCC during the 2013 Broadband Summit and again in 2014 for the E-rate Modernization Workshop. Hill was recently named Library Journal’s 2014 Librarian of the Year and was the 2013 recipient of the Urban Libraries Council's Joey Rodgers Leadership Award. Hill received her Masters of Science in Information Science from the College of Information at the University of North Texas, where she was recently named the 2014 Outstanding Alumna. Prior to Chattanooga, Hill served as the Interim Director of Libraries for the Dallas Public Library.

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Scott Lowe

Scott Lowe

Scott Lowe is an accomplished IT professional with over 20 years experience in the IT industry. His IT career is an example of constant growth; he's worked as an instructor, technical trainer, systems administrator, IT manager, systems engineer, consultant, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for a small start-up, practice lead for a national VAR's VMware practice, and forward-looking technologist for a major storage vendor. Scott has authored or co-authored a total of seven technical books, and his focus on personal growth and development makes him a regular speaker at industry conferences and events worldwide. Currently, Scott works for as a engineering architect for VMware, Inc., focusing on network virtualization, open source, and cloud computing.

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