After graduating from the University of Texas with a double degree in computer science and government, Antonio was driven to use his background and computer science degree to help solve a real world problem that would benefit society. He started working on Nuve, which was accepted into IBM’s SmartCamp (Mexico) in 2012. Antonio won that competition and Nuve began receiving recognition from local incubators in Austin. Currently, Antonio is leading the company towards unrivaled success in asset protection and with a broader vision related to the Internet of Things.
Elom began his career as an Electrical Engineer for Cisco Systems in San Jose, CA. Later, he continued his career as a Lead Engineer at Schlumberger in the Southern US region. As Nuve’s co-founder, he enjoys difficult-to-solve technical problems and has extensive experience designing and testing products for rugged environments. His passion for technology led him to invent several products, which he has patented. Elom received his Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Texas in Austin.
After spending the first ten years of his career in brand name companies like IBM and Compaq, Gordon progressively gravitated towards early stage and high growth companies. He spent eight years in the videoconferencing industry, including four years as President of an Israeli-based company that grew from $5M to $36M in a short few years and went public on the Euronext stock market. Gordon ran corporate development and strategy for Austin-based NetQoS, who grew rapidly to more than $50M before being acquired by CA Technologies for $200M.
Miguel Gomez was born in Puebla, Mexico and has lived in Austin, Texas since 2011. Since 2012 Miguel has been the Vice President for sales and international business development for Fletes Mexico, a leading TL and LTL company in Mexico. His bi-cultural background and focus on international trade has led him to a number of opportunities with international corporate accounts. Miguel has been in the trucking, cross-border and supply chain business for the last 10 years. Miguel received his law degree in Mexico and his MBA at Baylor University at Waco, TX.
Rigo Garcia serves as the Global Supply Chain Security Manager for Dell’s Global Security Organization, managing the strategic focus and tactical operations of Dell’s Supply Chain Security programs and overseeing regional security for Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, and Southwestern US. During his tenure at Dell, supply chain losses are down across all regions. Prior to joining Dell, Rigo served as the Vice President & General Manager of FreightWatch International Mexico and served 12 years of active duty with the US NAVY, reaching the rank of Lieutenant Commander.