NASHVILLE, TN JUNE 10 - 14
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Dean StoeckerChairman and CEO, Alteryx, Inc.
Dean Stoecker is chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Alteryx. Dean co-founded Alteryx in 1997 and has since lead the company through solid organic growth, three rounds of funding and a successful IPO in March 2017—recognized as a top performer in the class of 2017. Dean’s leadership and motivational skills, along with his ability to create, communicate and realize a vision, are a driving force behind the company’s 20+ year success.
Since taking Alteryx public, Dean lead the company in delivering eight consecutive quarters of more than 45 percent year-over-year (YoY) growth, earning a spot on the Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™ list for two consecutive years. This performance is a direct result of the company’s ability to execute on delivering a transformational experience to customers of all sizes and Dean's unique vision and strategy around empowering every worker, regardless of technical acumen, to transform their data into actionable insights and drive meaningful business impact.
Dean serves as advisor to entrepreneurs and is an active philanthropist, creating the Alteryx for Good program to bring the thrill of solving real-world problems to non-profits, educators and local communities. Dean is passionate about humanizing the world of data science and analytics, evident in the company’s culture, extensive resources for continued education and efforts to influence social change. Dean was recognized as an Outstanding Public Company CEO by OCTANE and received the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Award in the Orange County Region.
Prior to co-founding Alteryx, Dean held various sales and business leadership roles at Strategic Mapping and Dun & Bradstreet. Dean earned his MBA from Pepperdine University and his undergraduate degree in international business from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Olivia Duane Adams
Olivia Duane AdamsChief Customer Officer
Olivia Duane Adams (Libby) is the chief customer officer (CCO) and co-founder of Alteryx, and one of only a handful of female founders to take a technology company public, along with her founding counterparts, Dean Stoecker and Ned Harding. Libby’s vision and leadership in the creation of the world’s leading data science and analytics community is a key factor in the company’s 20+ year success. Under Libby’s leadership, the Alteryx Community has grown both on- and offline, serving as an incubator for the workforce of the future and empowering women in business via the Alteryx Women of Analytics initiative.
Libby recognized early on that creating a customer-centric culture went beyond delivering a successful product experience and set out to enable a global community of passionate data lovers, where Alteryx users can solve more together, boldly step into the unknown, and achieve more than they ever thought possible. Libby spearheads the growth of the Alteryx Community as an engaging platform online as well as offline, with support for local and topic-focused user groups, launching what is known today as the Alteryx Inspire user conference and introducing the Alteryx ACE program.
Before co-founding Alteryx, Libby held various sales, customer, and marketing roles at Strategic Mapping, Donnelley, and VNU Business Media.
Libby earned a bachelor’s degree from Castleton University in Vermont and is an active member of the university’s alumni association.
Malcolm GladwellAccomplished Author, Staff Writer for The New Yorker
Malcolm Gladwell is the author of five New York Times bestsellers — The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, What the Dog Saw, and David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits and the Art of Battling Giants. He has been named one of the 100 most influential people by TIME magazine and one of the Foreign Policy’s Top Global Thinkers.
He has explored how ideas spread in The Tipping Point, decision making in Blink, and the roots of success in Outliers. With his latest book, David and Goliath, he examines our understanding of advantages of disadvantages, arguing that we have underestimated the value of adversity and over-estimated the value of privilege.
Malcolm’s popular 10-part podcast Revisionist History is in its third season. In the weekly podcast, Malcolm re-examines an overlooked or misunderstood aspect of past events.
He has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since 1996. He has won a national magazine award and been honored by the American Psychological Society and the American Sociological Society. He was previously a reporter for The Washington Post.
Malcolm is an extraordinary speaker: always on target, aware of the context and the concerns of the audience, informative and practical, poised, eloquent and warm and funny. He has an unsurpassed ability to be both entertaining and challenging.
Scott JonesPresident and Chief Revenue Officer
Scott Jones is the president and chief revenue officer (CRO) of Alteryx, responsible for global growth of the sales and professional services teams. During Scott’s tenure at Alteryx, the company delivered eight consecutive quarters of more than 45% year-over-year (YoY) growth; sales rep productivity, large deal size, and new customer count continue to increase dramatically. Scott’s vision and leadership in merging an enterprise solution-oriented sales model with the existing, successful land-and-expand strategy is instrumental in the in the high-growth returns Alteryx continues to deliver.
As a key participant in the evolution of self-service and end-to-end analytics platforms, Scott recognizes the power that sophisticated yet easy-to-use solutions can deliver — empowering people to solve impactful business and societal problems. Scott is committed to driving a culture focused on humanizing the world of data science and analytics and helping both associates and customers embrace the unconventional, challenge the status quo, and help alter the record book with Alteryx.
Before joining Alteryx, Scott served in leadership roles at Tableau, SAP, and Business Objects, accumulating more than 15 years of experience in the analytic software space. Scott maintains extensive experience building and managing sales teams in the enterprise software and marketing service industries, and a 25-year track record of rapid, high-impact success in both startups and market-leading companies.
Scott earned a bachelor’s degree from California State University, Chico and received his MBA from Pepperdine Graziadio School of Business Management.
Ashley KramerSenior Vice President, Product Management
Ashley Kramer is the senior vice president of product management at Alteryx, responsible for product vison, strategy and roadmap to drive innovation in the Alteryx Platform. Ashley’s vision and direction in scaling the product organization, integrating both technology and talent from acquisitions, facilitating the development of cloud-based offerings and strengthening technology partnerships are critical components of the company’s success. Under Ashley’s leadership, the Alteryx product suite has evolved to a modern, end-to-end platform—the only platform on the market that simultaneously addresses the needs of the data analyst, data scientist and citizen data scientist.
As a seasoned leader in hypergrowth technology companies, Ashley understands what it takes to properly scale product and development teams to meet the evolving needs of customers. Ashley is committed to helping every organization in the world experience the thrill of solving with Alteryx, crediting the enthusiasm and passion of Alteryx customers as the fuel that drives her and her team to continue enhancing the Alteryx Platform. Examples of this include delivering the Alteryx Platform to global customers in their native languages, the creation of a beta program that now boasts 500+ in customer participation and the launch of many code-free and code-friendly capabilities across the platform, such as Visualytics and Python integration.
Prior to joining Alteryx, Ashley held various roles at Tableau, Amazon, Oracle and NASA. Ashley served as the head of cloud strategy at Tableau, overseeing the vision and development of the company’s SaaS offering and managing the cloud partnership ecosystem, and as the technical program manager at Amazon, running a global program to digitize content for the Kindle product line.
Ashley earned a bachelor's degree in computer science from Old Dominion University and received her MSBA-CIS from Colorado State University.