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Session Description

How to Wrangle Your Subject Matter Experts

Make collaboration easier for subject matter experts with innovative processes and tools. Learn best practices on how to effectively engage with and build strong working partnerships with subject matter experts.

Panelists

Ganesh ShankarGanesh Shankar
Chief Executive Officer
RFPIO, Inc.

As CEO and co-founder of RFPIO, Ganesh Shankar’s mission is to help organizations thrive with revolutionary RFP software. A highly experienced product manager, Ganesh has successfully led product development and software implementations for Fortune 500 enterprises. It was then, surrounded by an outdated approach to RFP responses, he pursued his dream to create proposal management software that would make a positive impact on the industry.

Tobin Spratte Tobin Spratte, CF APMP
Proposal Manager
Arizona State University

Tobin Spratte, CF APMP, has managed over 40 proposals worth over $51.25 billion combined, turning in bids to organizations ranging from multibillion-dollar retail and hospitality companies to multimillion-dollar research grants to the National Science Foundation, NASA, and the Department of Defense. He is a proposal manager at Arizona State University and also worked in industry for a project management information systems consulting firm.

Moderator

Mitch BoretzMitch Boretz, APMP Fellow
Technical Communication Spec
University of California Riverside

Mitch Boretz, APMP Fellow, directs proposal operations for the Bourns College of Engineering at the University of California, Riverside – one of the minority of APMP members from the non-profit sector. He is a board member of the California chapter and led the APMP Electronic Proposal Submission Task Force from 2010 to 2014.

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