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Jack Warner

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Jack Warner



Jack Warner has a breadth of experience across technology consulting, non-profit, and startup environments. From custom dev to cloud architecture, Mr. Warner dives deep to understand, apply, and leverage advances in software development and cloud technology to the benefit of organizations spanning a range of industries. Most recently, he’s worked to scale serverless application development to the enterprise.


Mr. Warner has worked with partners in financial services, retail, insurance, travel, and real estate to design and develop solutions that enable and improve business capabilities. Recently, he has focused on developing cloud native application architectures to enable rapid time-to-market and scalable team productivity. He has successfully led software development teams in New York, London, and Seattle, where he oversaw and contributed to the development of instantly scalable, cloud-hosted tools and applications deployed to over 20 countries. Prior to joining Pariveda Solutions, Mr. Warner held positions at the World Resources Institute, a financial services startup he co-founded, and ShoreTel (formerly M5 Networks).

Outside of the Office

When Jack is not working, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling to new places, reading up on modern physics concepts, hiking, playing tennis, listening to podcasts, and exploring New York City.

Education and Service

Jack graduated with distinction from The College of William & Mary with a major in Computer Science. He organizes the Bike MS NYC ride each year and enjoys sharing his knowledge by developing materials and presenting at local meetups.

New York

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