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Q2: Building Stronger Financial Communities

Lou Senko has a 20+ year career leading the architectural design, development, implementation, and integration of enterprisewide solutions to meet global business, financial, and market demands. He is skilled in building, integrating, optimizing and expanding enterprise technologies, teams and processes to achieve compliance, reduce costs, and enable growth. Lou is also a member of the Forbes Technology Council, and previously held the position of Director of Technology for the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation.

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