Bode Miller, the most successful male American alpine ski racer of all time, capturing 33 World Cup victories, six Olympic medals, five World Championship medals – four gold, and six World Cup globes, has been busy in retirement. Now heavily involved in a myriad of business ventures, Bode saw first-hand how companies in multiple industries ranging from mid-size domestic organizations to global Fortune 50 conglomerates have a real need when it comes to modernizing their technology infrastructure, from security to global scalability, in highly competitive environments. He recognized early on in his career that companies he partnered with on the slopes who failed to adapt, quickly fell behind. This was the inception point when Bode quickly became involved in the strategic planning and R&D of those companies he would partner with going forward.
Ryan Worobel is Chief Information Officer, responsible for Incora’s worldwide information technology operations. He also serves as a member of the Executive Leadership Team.
Ryan was named to his current position in January 2020, with the merger of Wesco Aircraft and Pattonair. He previously served as Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Wesco Aircraft from May 2018. Ryan has more than two decades of experience in driving successful large-scale business transformation, business digitization and strategic technology programs. Prior to joining Wesco Aircraft, he had served as Chief Information Officer with APM Terminals, a Maersk company, and before that, he was Senior IT Director with another Maersk business unit, Maersk Line.
A seasoned, passionate entrepreneur, Rich has led several Information Technology services companies over the course of his 30-year career. Currently, Rich is the founder and CEO of Pureport, Inc, a software defined networking company in Raleigh, NC. Prior to that he was the founder of Hosted Solutions, acquiring a prior company that was floundering in bankruptcy court in 2001. Rich led Hosted Solutions to a variety of industry accolades, including five consecutive Triangle Business Journal Fast 50 awards, won Triangle Business Leader's "Impact Entrepreneur” in 2008, and won the prestigious Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year for Technology in 2009.
Paul is a savvy IT Executive with a proven track record of leading innovative, transformative, digital business initiatives leveraging technology as a differentiation platform. For more than 30 years, Paul served as a leader of large global IT organizations at FedEx, most notably as the CIO for FedEx Latin America and the VP of International Customer Technology where he led M&A activities in Europe. After a brief stint in retirement, Rivera started his own management consulting firm before rejoining the leadership ranks where he currently serves as the CIO for The Juice Plus+ Company. Paul is an accomplished Digital Transformation Leader, mentor and coach with experience shaping both technology, teams and culture to improve business agility. He resides in Collierville, TN and enjoys golfing, fishing and attending sporting events with his wife and kids.