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Sri Vasireddy, MBA HIP2022

Sri Vasireddy, MBA HIP2022

Sri Vasireddy, is the founder and CEO of REAN Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to helping the patients and families cope with their illness in the comfort of their homes. The primary purpose of REAN Care is to make care more accessible to remote areas and to people that are incapable of visiting medical facilities.

Prior to founding REAN Foundation, Sri served as CTO of global services and solutions, Hitachi Vantara. where he led the Cloud and the IoT solutions as a service platform business. Sri joined Hitachi through an acquisition of REAN Cloud, a business he founded.

REAN Cloud was recognized as a leader in the niche quadrant on Cloud Services Gartner Magic Quadrant, top company of the year in Northern Virginia technology council, won a historic $950M DoD Cloud services contract before being acquired by Hitachi.

Sri was one of the first employee in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Worldwide Public Sector team and has led key migration and modernization projects for global organizations including the USTRANSCOM sprint to cloud, an initiative that received the DoD CIO award, global investment banking, mortgage (Ditech and RADIAN), American Heart Association, and helping develop next generation cloud solutions for large software companies like SAP, Symantec, Teradata, and Veritas.

Sri was recognized as an expert in cloud computing and supported Obama administration Cloud First initiative in the federal government, including: advising GSA in developing the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) and Chief Engineer for Net Centric Enterprise Services, a Department of Defense web services initiative.

Sri holds a Master’s in Computer Science from George Mason University and an MBA from Duke University. He has developed a delivery model for cloud-based solutions that democratizes access to computing and accelerates innovation. He was also the Founding Director of a non-profit, Asha-Jyothi, which provides education for underprivileged kids in India.

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