Praxent’s Director of Engineering Ryan Ostrom Accepted to Forbes Technology Council
The Forbes Technology Council is an invitation-only organization for senior-level technology executives.
We’re excited to announce that Praxent’s Director of Engineering, Ryan Ostrom, was recently accepted to the Forbes Technology Council. The Forbes Technology Council is an invitation-only organization for senior-level technology executives, run by the Forbes global media company. Forbes’ Councils are invitation-only communities designed for successful executives and entrepreneurs. The Technology Council is composed of respected tech leaders and executives, who are selected to join based upon their deep knowledge and high levels of expertise.
Forbes Technology Council Offerings
Members of the technology council are offered three main benefits by Forbes, as follows:
- Connections: Access to a vetted, curated network and ability to participate in exclusive discussions with this network. Forbes’ concierge team provides personal introductions, and works to enable members to connect and build meaningful relationships that allow for collaboration and new opportunities.
- Visibility: A professional profile that increases online visibility. Additionally, the ability to publish work on Forbes.com, participate in panels and write bylined articles. This allows for cultivation of an audience and status as a thought leader.
- Growth: Lively discussions, virtual events and meetups that facilitate learning and growth among members. A forum for receiving input, solving business challenges, and coaching.
Membership to the council occurs through invitation only, and candidates must meet two main criteria: Be senior-level technology executives and work at an organization that generates $1M USD revenue annually.
Praxent’s Director of Engineering, Ryan Ostrom
Ryan serves as Praxent’s Director of Engineering, and has more than ten years experience leading software teams throughout his career. He’s been with Praxent over 5 years, and as Director of Engineering holds responsibility for defining technology practice and standards, applying creativity to the constraints process to come up with lean solutions to complex problems, and building and leading high-performing teams of Architects, Engineers and QA. Ryan has deep experience in partnering with C-level leaders in FinServ to innovate, modernize and scale legacy platforms in order to capitalize on market share opportunities.