Full Name
Eduardo Gonzalez Loumiet
Job Title
Speaker Bio
With more than 20 years managing multi-million dollar enterprise technology projects, Eddie is an award-winning information technology expert, mentor, recognized speaker, and CEO at Ruvos (formerly named Uber Operations), a leading data, security, and cloud computing company.
Eddie played a critical role in the development of the company's strategic growth from 5 individuals to over 40, and he continues this by working with partnerships and supplier relationships, ensuring flexibility and growth in response to an increasingly demanding marketplace.
Prior to joining Ruvos, Eddie served as Senior Project Manager at Stanford International Bank in Antigua, West Indies. While at Stanford, Eddie managed all facets of the technology at the bank including several high profile banking system implementations in Antigua, Panama, Venezuela,
and Canada. Eddie, a Cuban-American born in Miami, Florida, attended Loyola University, New Orleans earning a bachelor's degree in Finance and Computer Information Systems. He subsequently received his Executive MBA in 2007 from the University of Miami while working full time.
Eddie is fluent in English, Spanish, has a working knowledge of Portuguese, and has traveled on business to over 15 countries. Eddie is an active member of the Technology industry and a staunch advocate for the Latino and Small Business communities. He serves in a number of organizations and attends numerous conferences and technology events serving as an
expert on entrepreneurship, project management, and leadership. Eddie is an adjunct professor at Florida A&M University as well as Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health. Eddie was named one of Florida's top entrepreneurs under the age of 40 and was profiled in Hispanic Executive magazine for his work in healthcare technology.
Eddie lives in Tallahassee with his wife Jessica (teacher at Maclay School) and children, Raquel (9) and Meyer (6).
Community Leadership Roles
● Florida Dept of Management Services - Florida Advisory Council on Small and Minority Business
● Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce - Communications & Member Engagement Committee
● Early Learning Coalition (ELC) of the Big Bend - Board of Directors, Vice-Chairman
● Florida A&M University - Center of Cyber Security Advisory Board
● Florida A&M University - Health Information Management Advisory Board
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● Florida Technology Council - Co-founder and Vice Chair
● Tallahassee-Leon County Office of Economic Vitality - Economic Vitality Competitiveness Committee
● Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society - CPHIMS Certified
● Project Management Institute - PMP Certified
● Amazon Web Services - Cloud Ambassador and Cloud Practitioner Certified
Additional Awards and Recognition
● Bosses for Babies | 2020
● Moving to the Cloud Signals a Bright Future for Public Health | 2020
● Board Member of the Year - Early Learning Coalition | 2019
● Capital City’s top “20 under 40” Award | 2019
● Florida Technology Council - Community Leader Award | 2018
● “Breaking Through the Clouds: A Lab Guide to Cloud Computing” White Paper | 2017
● Dandi Serial Entrepreneur Award | 2014
● Interviewed by WFSU / NPR on Startup Quest in North Florida | 2014
● Professional Services Award, Tally Latin Awards | 2014
● Certification of Appreciation, Florida Department of Health | 2013
● Named to #HIT100 List (#14) | 2013
● Hispanic Executive Magazine | April 2013
● LATISM - Best Latino Tech Entrepreneur | 2012
● Named to #HIT100 List (#58) | 2012
● “Rising Star” under 40 by 850 Business Magazine | 2012
● Named contributor for National eHealth Collaborative white paper
○ Title: Health Information Exchange Roadmap: The Landscape and a Path Forward
● Finalist, LATISM Latino2 Tech Awards
○ Best Latino Innovator 2011
○ Best Latino in Technology (People’s Choice)
● Interviewed by ABC27, WCTV for Florida Business & Entrepreneurship Summit | 2011
● Profiled and published on WiredLatinos.com | 2011
● Certificate of Appreciation, Tallahassee Hispanic Health Care Conference |2010
● Outstanding Volunteer, Tallahassee Latino Professional Association | 2010
● Member Spotlight in the Tallahassee Latino Professional Association Blog | 2010
● Profiled in “Latino Rebranded” Blog | 2009
● Certificate of Appreciation, Federal Bureau of Prisons | 2009
● Profiled in “Being Latino” Blog | 2009
● Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association - D.C. Forum, Tech Achievers Award | 2009
● Profiled in the Loyola University New Orleans Magazine | 2009
● Certificate of Appreciation, Oregon Department of Human Services | 2008
● University of Miami - Recognized Student of the Year | 2007
● George F. Hixson Lifetime Award from Kiwanis International | 1998
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