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Brian Raymond Director, technology policy, National Association of Manufacturers

Brian Raymond is Director of Technology Policy at the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) where he works with NAM members, the Administration, and Congress to shape and advance pro-manufacturing technology policy including cybersecurity, telecommunications, R&D funding, and IP protection.

Prior to joining the NAM, Brian spent more than 15 years in the government and private sector working on technology policy. For more than eight years he was in IBM’s Washington office, where he led numerous legislative campaigns. He left IBM to launch the government affairs office of NetApp Corp., a Silicon Valley technology company. Brian also served as deputy chief of staff for a leading member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, where he was responsible for technology and telecommunications issues.

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Bonnie D. Graham

A talk radio and cable TV broadcast journalist since 1995, media producer / host Bonnie D. Graham created and launched SAP Coffee Break with Game-Changers Radio in Fall 2011. Since then, she has developed 20 additional themed Game-Changers radio series for SAP. On each episode, Bonnie moderates a panel of thought leaders, practitioners, journalists and / or educators from across the business spectrum and the globe, to share timely technology and strategy insights for businesses of all sizes, industries, geographies, and maturities. Bonnie is on the SAP Editorial Experience / News Services team. Follow her programs on Twitter #SAPRadio.

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