Founded by Pete Tseronis, Dots and Bridges serves as a unique nexus for “Connecting Dots and Building Bridges.” And its YouTube channel seeks to humanize the thought-leading individuals that embody passion and purpose to serve a “greater good.”
Pete worked inside the U.S. Federal Government for 25 years, kicking-off his career at the Pentagon and finishing as a Senior Executive Service member. Pete served four Presidential Administrations, three Cabinet Agencies, the Executive Office of the President, and was appointed Chief Technology Officer at the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Education.
An accomplished entrepreneur, business executive, and technology strategist with 30+ years leading public, private, and nonprofit entities, Pete uphold a fervor for working in partnership with Government, Industry, Investor and Academia ecosystems to unearth inventive solutions, accelerate sustainable adoption, and streamline private-sector commercialization.
A trusted thought leader with corporate savvy and substantive technical proficiency, Pete maintains several Advisory Board roles in which businesses leverage his aptitude to facilitate digital transformation, mitigate critical infrastructure risk, and humanize economic benefit.
Pete’s appointment as the Smart Cities (Utility Sector) Chairperson affirms a dedication to the establishment and demonstration of replicable, scalable, and sustainable models for incubation and deployment of interoperable, secure, standards-based solutions intended to modernize digital, physical and social infrastructure and, thus, make delivery and use of public, private and hybrid services more efficient, cost effective and socially beneficial.
Pete’s passion for nurturing trusted partnerships and driving impactful results is recognized on the Forbes Business Council and being acknowledged as one of the “10 Most Influential CEOs To Watch In 2021.”
Pete received my B.A. in Communications from Villanova University and earned my M.S. in Information and Telecommunication Systems from Johns Hopkins University. Most importantly, I am blessed with an incredible wife (Betsy) and four amazing children (Jacob, Joshua, Gabrielle, and Zachary), in addition to an Australian Labradoodle (Phineas Maximus Tseronis).