In the Autodesk Office of the CTO (OCTO) I have the absolute pleasure of working with amazingly smart, creative, talented, fun people. A few years ago our team had an intern Heather Kerrick join from Stanford University. Heather worked with us long enough for her to graduate and we in OCTO to realize we needed her on our team permanently just about 2 years ago. Heather has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and does the “Mad Scientist-like” research work. Just about two weeks ago at Autodesk University Heather spoke in the Leadership Forums and I have heard so many compliments about the presentation. You can learn a little more about Heather in her intro video that was just posted to YouTube.
Watch Heather’s Video
We have a current intern working with us that we have decided we must have on our team named Lisa Rotzinger. Lisa will officially join us as an Autodesk employee in May 2016 after her graduation from Bergische Universität Wuppertal. Lisa also spoke at the Leadership Forums at Autodesk University and did such a good job she had to repeat it about 34 times more times since at the request of others.
Watch Lisa’s Video
Update: The full recordings of Heather and Lisa’s presentations have just been posted online:
I am proud and humbled to work on the OCTO Team with both Heather and Lisa and many other crazy creative OCTO-pi team members.