Engineering Systems & Computing
Jay Graver leads the Solutions Team at Flybits, responsible for delivering innovations that address business challenges. Prior to joining Flybits he was the Global Solution Sales Director for the Americas at Giesecke & Devrient. He has worked extensively in the payments and information security industries and has brought several mobile payments solutions to market, from pre-sales design through to commercial launch. As a Lead Engineer for an international network security vendor, Jay led cryptography and vulnerability research projects. Jay is a University of Guelph graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Systems and Computing.
Amanda is a Land Development Engineering Intern at C.F. Crozier & Associates. She has a B.Eng. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Guelph. Since graduating in 2018 and joining the Crozier team, she has assisted with the design of stormwater management ponds using modelling software and worked on a variety of residential and institutional projects involving floodplain management, low impact development (LID) and detailed grading and servicing design. She is also part of the research collaboration between Crozier and Wilfrid Laurier University which examines how vegetation in stormwater management ponds can enhance water quality. In her free time, Amanda volunteers as the Vice Chair for the Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) Grand River 30x30 Committee which aims to encourage and support women in engineering.
Nawfal Mungroo (RFP Manager - BD Canada Inc.) oversees the development of high profile proposals, bids and quotations in the Canadian Medical Industry. Nawfal works with a cross functional team namely executive, sales, marketing, contracts, finance and business analysis teams to formulate business strategies and client offerings. Nawfal is a University of Guelph graduate with a Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering and holds a Master's Degree in Biosystem Engineering. At PDC, Nawfal will discuss the transition from the old economy (industrial age) to the new economy (information age) and its implications to young and upcoming professionals.