Britt Technology Impact Series

Self-driving Cars and the Future of the Automotive Sector

Topics: Future of Work Infrastructure

September 27, 2018

Kyle Keogh T’99
Industry Director, Automotive, Google
Adjunct Professor, NYU Stern School of Business

Join the CDS for a discussion with Tuck alumnus, Stern NYU Professor, and Automotive Industry Director for Google, Kyle Keogh as he discusses the future of the auto sector and the impact emerging technologies and self-driving cars are likely to have on the way we physically move around our world.

About Kyle Keogh:
With over 20 years of experience (11 years at Google) working in and around the Tech and Media industry, Kyle is a seasoned veteran. He currently leads Google’s Media Sales relationships with the Automotive Industry, working with clients to drive sales, improve their Brand, and maximize product launches. Prior to joining the Auto Team, Kyle led Google Fiber’s Real Estate Partnership teams. He has also led Google’s Media Sales to the Telecom Industry, helping develop marketing solutions based on Google’s consumer/customer knowledge and marketing capabilities and Google’s North American Sales Strategy and Operations. Before joining Google, Kyle was a Director of Business Transformation at IBM, leading efforts to increase sales across all of IBM’s Business units. Kyle started his career at McKinsey &Co. and JP Morgan, serving technology and telecom clients at both companies. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Hamilton College, studied at the London School of Economics, earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation, and received an MBA from Dartmouth College.

September 27, 2018 | 12:00-1:00pm | Rosenwald Classroom (Byrne)