Cassie Roach
Cassie Roach Vice President, Global Public Sector Cisco Systems Denver, United States of America


As Vice President of the Global Public Sector segment, Cassie Roach is responsible for the development and execution of Cisco’s worldwide government, education and healthcare go-to-market strategy. Cassie is a seasoned business leader who is highly regarded for her expertise in leading organizational transformation and driving sustainable long-term growth.


Save to calendar 16-11-2021 15:00 16-11-2021 16:00 Europe/Madrid Leveraging Emerging Technologies for Urban Challenges

Emerging technologies can be a powerful ally to address the most pressing challenges cities face: generating healthy urban spaces, promoting sustainable mobility, addressing the climate emergency, or improving the quality of life of their inhabitants. How can their potential be fully realized? What practical and ethical questions need to be considered when using them?

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Save to calendar 16-11-2021 10:35 16-11-2021 10:49 Europe/Madrid Reimagining Communities and Powering an Inclusive Future

With the profound shifts over the past two years, agility and accelerated action are required to guide communities into the future. Leaders are challenged to evolve rapidly, leveraging technology, to enhance quality of life for their people. Join Cisco leaders as they discuss the global changes governments face and how technology can power an inclusive recovery and sustainable future for all. – SCEWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:30 18-11-2021 11:30 Europe/Madrid Revitalizing our Cities, Relaunching Local Economies

Since the industrial revolution, cities have been centres of production and economic dynamism. In the current post-pandemic context, cities are striving to relaunch their local economies. The most successful initiatives are those linked to innovation, clusters and the use of new technologies. But, how can cities guarantee that the economic relaunch positively impacts the revitalization of urban areas both from a social and environmental perspective?

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