Kevin Hendricks is the Information Architect for the International Finance Corporation (IFC). As the IFC Information Architect, he manages the Access Management Program as well as the Information Architecture Group. He is also responsible for current and future state architecture; and the storage of the organization’s data assets and metadata. He has been with the IFC (a member of the World Bank Group) since 1998, when he implemented their first Data Warehouse. He has held many roles, including forming and managing a Data Integration Center of Excellence, serving as Solution Architect for Financial Systems, designing the first B2B capability for the IFC, starting up the IFC’s Data Quality and Master Data Management Programs, and developing the IFC technology and metadata repository.
Earlier, he worked for Sybase as a data warehousing engineer for US Federal agencies such as the IRS, NRC, FCC, and NIH. He started his career with a defense contractor Synergy Inc., developing logistical calculators and inventory repositories for the United States Air Force. Kevin was born and raised in Quakertown Pennsylvania, about 1-hour drive north of Philadelphia, PA USA.
European Identity & Cloud Conference 2017
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