OSCC 2017 Speakers New Generation New Thinking

  • Federico M. Hizon
    Federico M. Hizon, International Broadcast Journalist

    Federico M. Hizon

    Federico M. Hizon, an International Broadcast Journalist, is this years OSCC Moderator.

  • Ryan Jenkins
    Ryan Jenkins , Keynote Speaker, Next Generation Catalyst

    Ryan Jenkins

    Ryan Jenkins is an internationally recognized keynote speaker and author of the book, The Millennial Manual: The Complete How-To Guide to Manage, Develop, and Engage Millennials at Work.

    He helps organizations gain clarity around Millennials and Generation Z so that leaders can effectively lead, engage, and sell in today’s multigenerational marketplace.

    Ryan has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Inc, and SUCCESS Magazine.

    Ryan’s blog, podcast, and Inc.com column inspire and equip thousands of people every week. Ryan’s passion, experience as a Millennial himself, and his fresh and forward-thinking approach to generations have made him one of the most highly sought after
    generational and future of work keynote speakers.

    Ryan is also a Partner at 21Mill.com, a micro-learning training platform dedicated to helping Millennials perform better at work.

    When Ryan is not speaking and writing, you can find him sampling craft beers from around the U.S. or religiously cheering on the Denver Broncos with his wife, 2 children, and yellow labrador from their home in Atlanta, GA.

  • Andy Fawkes
    Andy Fawkes, Keynote Speaker

    Andy Fawkes

    Andy Fawkes is an independent consultant working principally in the field of training and simulation. He is also the Academic Liaison for Bohemia Interactive Simulations, defence adviser for Ocean Software, and a regular speaker on simulation, training and technology. He has many years’ experience in defence management and is a former head of simulation policy for the UK MoD, lead for UK MoD joint training system capabilities, and Chair of the NATO Modelling and Simulation Group. Previously, he spent a decade in the submarine domain as a member of the Royal Corps of Naval Constructors including submarine research, procurement, education and refitting, together with six months’ sea training on warships.