Pandoblox is the building blox of a digital business.
We provide agile development services, tools and platforms that help companies build digital businesses and transform rapidly. We're dedicated to helping our clients bridge the gap between the business and technology along the way. We understand the cultural divide between the technology department and the rest of the business departments intimately as we have decades of experience building digital businesses where this gap doesn't exist. Bridging this gap is crucial to transforming to digital business optimization and we've created processes, e-books, trainings and SaaS platform tools to help bridge this gap. Our goal is to work with the board and executives to implement hand in hand with the business operations to digitally transform quickly and efficiently.
The Guerrilla Community Movement’s mission, founded in the greater Los Angeles Area as a grass-roots movement, is to bridge corporate resources with people and causes in need. We are committed to doing all in our power to bypass red tape and expedite the process of providing help when and where it is most needed. As entrepreneurs, we think outside the box, beyond following a formulaic process, consider goals and boundaries, and finding ways around common obstacles to achieving goals
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FOUNDER, CEO, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Henry oversees and drives the vision of 3GC Group's global expansion by spreading the Converged Networks movement in technology to all corners of the world. He brings a unique background in investment banking and technology, with experience in industry trending and analysis as well as sales and marketing. With a B.S. in Economics from UC, Irvine he has aided in several mergers and acquisitions in the plastics and rubber industry to create competing brands against behemoths such as Goodyear and Proctor and Gamble. Prior to 3GC Group, Henry held several mid and upper management, sales and marketing positions within the CLEC and IT Consulting industries. He also holds a minor in Psychology from UC Irvine, and has an Executive MBA from Tuck University. In his free time, he studies theology and sociology in his never-ending pursuit to understanding people and their memes.
BOB VAN DUSEN
EXECUTIVE PARTNER AND CISO
Bob is a global IT executive experienced in leading technology & security organizations for high profile brands like Blizzard Ent., City National Bank & The Honest Company. He excels at assessing existing IT infrastructures, crafting a tech and people roadmap to align business goals to IT investments & projects. Building the relationships & roadmap necessary to achieve these goals. Bob’s been architecting technology solutions for over 20 years. Systems like the design, implementation & support of World of Warcraft’s scalable global infrastructure platform. One of the highest- grossing video game franchises of all time.
James Rinaldi is JPL's Chief Information Technology Advisor to the Office of the Director. He was the JPL CIO until October 2019, where he stepped out after 14 years. His current role is to create a future IT vision and strategy for the Lab looking out to 2025 and beyond. As CIO, James had direct management responsibility over JPL's Information Technology Directorate. Works closely with JPL management, supporting end users of the engineering, interplanetary network and finance/business operations. James sat on the JPL Executive Council and various management councils. He developed the IT strategy, budgets and executed major IT contracts. He actively participated in NASA IT governance councils. Early career roles include CIO at U.S. FDA, CIO at the IRS.
Roberto Orci is the CEO and Chairman of Acento, an independent Hispanic advertising, promotions and PR agency, founded in 1983. Roberto Orci's 30 years in marketing and advertising in Mexico, Canada and the US make him a leader in his field. Previously, he was a brand manager at Procter & Gamble (Mexico), VP Management Supervisor at Ogilvy & Mather in the US, Canada and Mexico; and until 2002, President of the fourth largest independent Hispanic agency in the US. Roberto also serves on the Advisory Board for Cal State University School of Business. Roberto Received his BBA in Finance from the University of Houston and his MBA from Thunderbird Graduate School of International Finance.
VP OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Specializing in the IT industry and niche market technology companies, Tetsu Noguchi has 17 years of experience introducing companies to the Japanese and APAC markets with expertise in market messaging and business development. Tetsu worked at Grey Advertising's Tokyo subsidiary for 8 years, specializing in localizing brand image, interactive media development, and brand messaging for a variety of consumer and business products. Later, he joined AdMedia to head a new wholly owned interactive and web media subsidiary. At Nissho Electronics, he spent 8 years focusing on assisting IT industry and niche market technology companies enter and develop the Japanese and APAC markets. He holds a BA in International Business from Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan.