An Interview with Speaker Ray Bonini
A TEDxColumbus interview with Tech-Spark Speaker Ray Bonini
TEDxColumbus: Can you tell us a little about yourself?
RB: I have been in the technology field for twenty-four years and have worked with many Fortune 500 firms as well as startups. In the last several years, I have been focusing on the Internet of Things technology and UCaaS, Unified Communications as a Service and have developed strategies and implementations for hundreds of organizations. I currently lead a team of Solutions Architects for Verizon. I am originally from Warren, Ohio and am a graduate of The Ohio State University. Now I live in Clintonville with my wife and two sons.
TEDxColumbus: What previous TED or TEDxColumbus talk was most meaningful to you?
RB: Brene Brown: “The power of vulnerability.”
TEDxColumbus: What inspires you about the future of Columbus?
RB: The People!
TEDxColumbus: What do you consider to be a hidden gem of Columbus?
TEDxColumbus: If you could give advice to yourself as a high school student, what would it be?
RB: Being nerdy will actually work out for you.
TEDxColumbus: How did you select your career choice?
RB: It kind of selected me.
And just for fun:
TEDxColumbus: Dog or Cat
RB: Dog. Specifically German Shepherd.
TEDxColumbus: Facebook or Twitter
TEDxColumbus: Form or Function
TEDxColumbus: High Tech or Low Tech
RB: High Tech.
TEDxColumbus: Of course!