Quintin McGrath is a driver of global-scale business growth and digital transformation with a focus on emerging technologies, ethics, risk management, and sustainability. As a retired IT executive and a board member, he is known for advising leaders on the latest technologies and their impact on organizations, most recently guiding the application of Artificial Intelligence to a business considering the ethical, governance, and leadership implications. After 24 years of serving on Deloitte’s Global IT Exec team, he recently retired. He is a member of the CXO Advisory Network of the A.Team start-up, he sits on Blumberg Capital’s CIO Council, an Advisory Board for the early-stage venture capital firm. He is a Board Member of the Society for Information Management (SIM) Tampa Bay chapter, where he chairs a Shared Interest Group on the convergence of global megatrends and emerging technologies to advise national SIM leadership. He is a popular speaker, panelist, and Adjunct Professor at USF’s Muma College of Business, teaching MBA and Executive MBA students. Quintin holds a Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) focused on AI, ethics, and risk management from the University of South Florida, a Master of Science in Engineering from the University of Cape Town, and a Master of Arts from Wheaton College.