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Entrepreneurial Lecture & Q+A with Arun Pasrija, PhD (Co-founder, CHR Solutions)

He is a five-time Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist.

About Arun Pasrija

Dr. Arun Pasrija, President and COO of CHR Solutions, has been responsible for seven major business transactions in his career to include start-ups, mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures. In 2003, he co-founded Global 1 Source Group (G1SG), which merged with CHR in 2006. Before G1SG, Dr. Pasrija was the Chief Operating Officer for L-3's Communications fixed-wireless spin-off business unit.

Prior to this, at AT&T/Lucent, Dr. Pasrija earned 15 years of broad experience in various executive-level roles in both domestic and international markets. His responsibilities included general P&L management, global operations, system-level product development, technology management, mergers and acquisitions, international business, and strategic planning and implementation. For Lucent's Power Division, he served as the expatriate country manager of India and later managed this $500 million Dallas-based division. He is a charter member and on the Board of TIE Houston. He is a five-time Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist.

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  • Peter N.

    For a newbie like me, the talk given by Dr. Pasrija was highly informative, educational, illuminating and invaluable. I am so glad I attended. Thank you Platform Houston for setting up the Meetup and thank you Dr. Pasrija for taking time out to share your knowledge!

    March 22, 2013

  • Chen Sun, W.

    Meetup does not issue individuals' email addresses. Even I as Organizer do not know your email address. Had you registered with your email address to the security conference itself? May I suggest using an alias email address for such registrations in the future?

    March 21, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    WRT the Tech Security Conference on February 28 · 8:15 AM at The Westin Galleria Houston--which I signed up for but did not attend: It is highly probable that it was from this meetup communication that set off a continual e-mail barrage of commercial solicitations. Until this time, and groups had kept me off mailing lists. I checked no "Solicit" box. Did the organizer of this meetup mess up and allow for this wholesale solicitation, or did the avant-garde security skills of these "Security" people allow them to hack the system and irritate me [and others] with, effectively, SPAM? Is there any way to block this on a systematic basis? How about punishing any collusories?

    March 20, 2013

  • James

    Will try and attend (but I am a maybe for this event)

    March 19, 2013

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