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Zineb Elliott owns ZECG, a consulting firm specializing in providing IT solutions to its clients, typically banks insurers and government pension funds. She started the firm over 16 years ago after working several years in the field, starting with her first job with Seamens Business Services. She is a seasoned Management Consultant with extensive experience in Program/Project Management in the Financial Sector (Insurance, ReInsurance, Pension Plans and Government), coupled with a strong technical background with RDBMS, Reporting Solutions, Web Services, Data Warehousing, ETL and Data mining. Her clients know her as someone who sees the big picture and who solves problems. She enjoys leadership coaching and building teams from the ground up. She was prompted to strike out on her own when she realized she could enjoy more time freedom and control her own income. She believes the keys to her success were her drive and the fact that, as a women, she had to work hard and achieve in order to get her opinions considered. Now, her goal is to influence trends and thinking by sharing her opinions more broadly. She plans to write books on the trends in social thinking and, particularly on how it relates to Artificial Intelligence (AI). In the past a company she worked with has published some of her ideas and writings from various conferences and shared the same in its company magazine. She has enrolled in a bachelor's program in Anthropology at York University to help propel her along this path and add to her thinking on social trends. She considers her proudest professional achievements the times she has helped companies overcome challenges from Y2K fears, to Privacy concerns, to Big Data, and problems they thought would destroy their business. She points out one company in particular which she helped transition with a 40 - 50 million dollar initiative that transformed the company successful though they thought the sky was falling she helped them not to panic and deal with the problems as needed. She is also proud of her many client referrals. Zineb looks forward to sharing ideas and building meaningful, supportive relationships with other accomplished women in all fields and
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