Today we’re talking to Hilda Espinal, CTO of Cannon Design; right here, right now, on the ModernCTO Podcast!
To learn more about CannonDesign, check them out at https://www.cannondesign.com
About Hilda Espinal:
Hilda Espinal the Chief Technology Officer of CannonDesign, responsible for the evolution and implementation of computational tools and workflows, immersive technologies, building information modeling, advanced building analysis and design intelligence. A licensed architect and technology leader for more than 16 years, she helps clients and project teams around the world leverage technology and intelligent data to make informed decisions early in the design process — reducing risk and maximizing the impact of investments.
Hilda sits on the national board of directors for Women for Economic Leadership and Development (WELD), advisory board for Mars Home Planet Urbanization Challenge and is active in the Digital Fabrication Network (DFabNet). She is a regular speaker at both national and international industry events, and has been active in the Autodesk Executive Council and the AIA’s CIO/CTO Large Firm Roundtable. In 2016, Hilda was named one of the “Top Women in Technology” by the Dallas Business Journal.
As an integrated design firm, we do a lot of things. But at our core, we help people continuously flourish.
We leverage the heart, passion and intelligence of our more than 1,000 creative thinkers to develop solutions for some of the greatest challenges facing our clients and society. Whether designing for equity in education, accessible healthcare, inclusive communities, new scientiﬁc discoveries or the “next big idea” in business, we partner with organizations to help them improve human life.
We do this through a design approach we created called Living-Centered Design. Our approach realizes that to create a world where people continuously flourish, we must address the complex interdependencies that exist between people, businesses, communities, society and the environment.
Learn more at cannondesign.com/livingcentereddesign.