Steering Council

Gregg Descheemaeker manages Intel Corporation’s business development activities in the State, Local, and Education markets. In addition to his roles and responsibilities for transformation in the classroom for K-12 and Higher Ed, a primary responsibility for Gregg is to accelerate the adoption of Intel’s next generation technologies throughout government’s core and edge IT infrastructures. During 20 years at Intel, Gregg has held a variety of roles including Director of Sales for the Americas for Intel Solution Service’s consulting business and California’s Enterprise Account Manager. Gregg has been in the technology industry since 1990, with almost the entirety of his professional life being focused on F500 corporate and SLG enterprise data communications and data center infrastructure.

Chad Hodges serves as EVP for Enterprise Networking Solutions, Inc. Chad has served the Tech Industry for over 20 years and his passion for people and technology have meant the successful deployment of many solutions for the State of California government at large.

Bill Maile serves as the director of government relations at the AGL Association. Previously he spent five years as editor of Techwire, a technology industry publication he founded in 2011. Before that, he was communications director for the California Technology Agency, one of several positions he held as an appointee in the Schwarzenegger Administration.

Rebecca Morales has spent 15 years in technology sales for State and Local Government in California. She currently serves as Account Executive for ServiceNow. Outside of work, Rebecca has served as the Membership Director for the WITI Sacramento Board to help grow the network and attract new members to the organization. She also served as a Board Member for Foster Youth Education Fund, a non-profit organization created to generate and disburse education grants to emancipating foster youth.

Jennifer Saha is the founder of Golden Bridge Strategies, a strategic advisory and consulting firm. She previously served as senior director of public sector for the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). She also served ten years in State government, most recently as deputy director for strategic planning, policy and research at the California Department of General Services. Saha was a gubernatorial appointee under both Governors Schwarzenegger and Brown.