Executive Director and Co-founder
Architecture for Humanity
Cameron Sinclair is the co-founder and “eternal optimist” for Architecture for Humanity, a charitable organization
established to develop architectural and design solutions to humanitarian crises and provide pro bono design services
to communities in need. Currently the organization is working in 14 countries on projects ranging from school, health
clinics, affordable housing, and long-term sustainable reconstruction. Mr. Sinclair (with Architecture for Humanity
co-founder Kate Stohr) published a compendium on socially conscious design titled Design Like You Give A Damn:
Architectural Responses to Humanitarian Crises (2006). He was the recipient of the 2006 TED prize and was recently
selected as one of the 2008 Young Global Leaders by the World Economic Forum. As a result of the TED Prize, he and
Ms. Stohr launched the Open Architecture Network, the world’s first open source community dedicated to improving
living conditions through innovative and sustainable design.
Director, San Francisco Office
McKinsey & Company
Marc Singer has worked extensively with financial services, telecommunications, software, retail, and consumer goods
companies on an array of strategy, operations, electronic commerce, and information technology opportunities.
His recent work includes establishing a new strategy and corresponding customer acquisition capability-building
programs for a leading consumer credit company, and assisting a major wireless carrier in its effort to extract premium
revenues. He also assists teams serving clients worldwide as an expert on channel strategy, B2C, and e-commerce,
particularly in financial services and retail. At McKinsey, Mr. Singer leads the firm’s Customer Lifecycle Management
Practice, which he helped found in 1994, and is the West Coast leader of the firm’s Marketing and Sales Practice.
Before joining McKinsey, Mr. Singer was a manager for Deloitte & Touche in San Francisco. He holds an MBA from
Stanford University and a BS degree with distinction in marketing and finance from UC Berkeley.
neville “roy” Singham
Founder and Chairman
Thought Works, Inc.
Roy Singham is founder and chairman of Thought Works, Inc. Mr. Singham and his company are recognized
experts in enterprise architecture, Agile development, large-scale software development including highly distributed
teams, open source software, Ruby, .NET, and web services. With more than 20 years of technology and executive
management experience, Mr. Singham is a globally renowned information technology thought leader. He has authored
technology-related columns and is a frequent speaker at technology conferences worldwide. During the last five years,
he has provided management services to clients in the media, insurance, energy, retail, and software industries. His
management style combines a comprehensive study of emerging technologies, the ability to build highly motivated
teams, strong personal determination, and innovative flair. He studies and drives the innovative cultural changes
that enable Thought Works to remain the world’s most influential company in the arena of custom business software
Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Information Technology Division
Janice Skredsvig is responsible for leading a global team of IT professionals in the creation, delivery, and support of
innovative technology solutions for PACCAR, its dealers, and suppliers worldwide. PACCAR is a global technology
leader in the design, manufacture, and customer support of high-quality light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks under
the Kenworth, Peterbilt, and DAF nameplates. It also provides financial services and information technology and
aftermarket support for its customers worldwide. PACCAR has recorded 68 consecutive years of net profitability. Ms.
Skredsvig joined PACCAR in 1998 as director of technology and operations and has since served in roles of increasing
responsibility. Before joining PACCAR, she was a consultant for 13 years at Accenture. While working at Accenture,
she consulted with a variety of companies in the financial services, health care, and government industries, planning
and managing complex systems integration projects to drive business, organization, and technology change.