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Monty Latiolais has almost twenty-five years of experience in information technology and more than ten years of experience with Oracle.

He is a senior programmer analyst for SC Global Tubular Solutions, LLP (SCGTS), a Sumitomo Corporation subsidiary specializing in OCTG supply chain management worldwide.

Recently recognized as ODTUG 2009 volunteer of the year, Monty is a member of the ODTUG Executive Conference Committee, the ODTUG Abstract Review Committee, and the ODTUG Technical Journal Editor’s Choice Awards panel. He currently serves as ODTUG Oracle OpenWorld content chairman, KScope program chairman, and volunteer coordinator. He has been published in the ODTUG Technical Journal, is group owner for the “Oracle Developers Tools Users Group” on Oracle Mix, and is a frequent contributor to the list servs.
Barbara Morris brings more than twenty year’s of technical experience with her to the ODTUG board. She is currently a principal engineer/scientist at the Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Cleanup Project where she leads a team of other developers and architects in application development. She is experienced in Oracle Development Tools and Oracle Web applications and several non Oracle tools, including MS Visual Basic.
Jerry Ireland, co-founder of RIGHTSIZING, has earned a reputation as a leading architect and developer of high-performance Oracle applications. With almost thirty years of consulting, he has considerable experience with implementation and development of Oracle's E-Business Suite, including complex customizations and extensions using Application Object Library and Workflow. He has designed and developed one of the more advanced "Vendor Managed Replenishment" systems with EDI interfaces to major retail chains such as Walmart, Kmart and Target. He has also designed Web store systems interfaced to Oracle's Order Entry. Jerry has extensive development experience with large databases. He has a thorough knowledge of Oracle development tools. He has also participated in beta testing as far back as CASE 5.0, CASE 5.1 and ReportWriter 2.0. His most recent projects include work with Oracle Streams and BPEL.

Jerry has served on the board of directors of the Oracle Development Tools User Group from its infancy and is a regular speaker and panel member at the ODTUG and OAUG conferences. He has chaired several ODTUG conferences and has been a driving force behind collaboration between OAUG and ODTUG at OAUG conferences.
Bambi Price is an Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Park Lane Information Technology, an Oracle Partner since 1988. She started her career as a developer then moved to analysis and project management. Bambi worked with Park Lane during the 1990’s and since returning to Park Lane in 2003 she has assumed responsibility for all aspects of day-to-day operations. Further, as a director of the company she is involved in establishing the strategic direction and short, medium, and long-term business plans of the company. Park Lane is involved in management, development, and consulting services in the Oracle marketplace.

John King is a partner in King Training Resources, a firm providing instructor-led training across the United States and internationally since 1988. John began working as a developer more than twenty years ago and has seen technology change frequently. John specializes in application development software on a variety of platforms. Prior to King Training Resources, John worked on several development projects, software conversion efforts, and helped create standards for multiple clients. John’s background as first a government employee, then as a consultant to large banks and manufacturing concerns gives him a breadth of knowledge that provides real-life knowledge in the classroom. John has worked with Oracle products and the database since Version 4 and IAF. John develops and presents customized courses in a variety of topics including Oracle, Oracle Forms, DB2/UDB, SOA, Java, XML, and .NET. John presents frequently at various industry conferences.
Cameron Lackpour first worked with OLAP technology in the dinosaur days of Comshare’s System W and saw the Essbase light in 1993.

Since that life-altering event, Cameron has:
• Introduced what was then Arbor Software’s Essbase to Johnson & Johnson
• Independently consulted since 1996, with a brief foray into working for consulting companies
• Created solutions for customers using Oracle’s Essbase, Planning, and anything else that ties to those two products
• Actively posted on OTN’s and Network54’s Essbase board – sharing knowledge makes his day interesting
• Presented at multiple conferences including Hyperion Solutions and of course ODTUG Kaleidoscope
• Taught multiple formal classes and Webinars
• Served on the ODTUG Hyperion SIG for one year
Mike Riley is the past ODTUG President (2009-2012), the past ODTUG Vice President (2007-2008), and has served as the ODTUG Oracle OpenWorld Technical Content Leader, ODTUG SIG Chair, and 2008 Conference Chair. Mike was named an Oracle ACE in June 2010, and writes a regular column for Oracle Magazine.

Mike is a Project Manager/DBA with Hortica Insurance and Employee Benefits, an insurance company dedicated to providing the very highest quality insurance products and employee benefits to the horticultural industry. Mike has over twenty-five years of experience - consulting with the Department of Defense, working for a large clothing and shoe retailer, in addition to his current position. He has led many successful projects throughout his career including leading a development team to create a rating system for worker’s compensation insurance, using Designer, Developer, Reports, and other third-party tools. He has also taken part in many database upgrades/migrations and disaster recovery planning and testing.

Tim Tow is the founder and president of Applied OLAP and the visionary for the innovative Dodeca product. He has been working exclusively with Hyperion (now Oracle Essbase) since 1995 and his area of expertise is the Hyperion APIs, particularly the Java API. An Oracle ACE Director, Tim served as co-chair for the ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2008 Essbase Development track at the conference in New Orleans and also presented multiple sessions during the conference. Tim is considered one of the world's most experienced professionals with Essbase APIs.
Martin Giffy D’Souza is an Oracle ACE and award winning presenter and speaker. Most recently, Martin was honored with the ODTUG Kscope11 Presenter of the Year award. Martin also serves as a co-founder and CTO at ClariFit, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in Oracle solutions. Martin’s career has seen him hold a range of positions within award winning companies and his experience in the technology industry has been focused on developing database-centric Web applications using the Oracle technology stack. Martin is the author of the highly recognized blog www.TalkApex.com, and he has co-authored several APEX books including Expert Oracle Application Express, a collaboration of some of the most renowned APEX developers in the industry. He has presented at numerous international conferences such as ODTUG, APEXposed, and COUG. Martin holds a computer engineering degree from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada.
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