With more than 9 years, managing multi-million dollar enterprise technology projects, Eduardo is an award-winning information technology expert, mentor, recognized speaker, and Managing Director of Uber Operations, a leading health care technology company. Eduardo plays a critical role in the continued development of the company’s strategic growth, including partnership and supplier relationships, ensuring flexibility and growth in response to an increasingly demanding marketplace. Since joining Uber Operations, Eduardo has grown the business into a multi-million dollar company with over 20 clients in public and private health care. At Uber Operations, among other projects Eduardo is leading the Florida Department of Health and the Texas Department of State Health Services in the CDC sponsored project for Pandemic Influenza information exchange preparedness and Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) interoperability.
Prior to joining Uber Operations, Eduardo served as Project Manager at Stanford International Bank in Antigua, West Indies. While at Stanford, Eduardo managed all facets of the technology at the bank including several high profile banking system implementations in Antigua, Panama, Venezuela, and Canada. He also served as the Disaster Coordinator leading the creation and implementation of a revolutionary Business Continuity Plan.
Eduardo, a Cuban-American born in Miami, Florida, attended Loyola University, New Orleans earning a bachelor’s degree in Finance as well as in Computer Information Systems. While working full time, he subsequently received his Executive MBA in 2007 from the University of Miami, where he was the recipient of the Recognized Student of the Year Award.
Eduardo is fluent in English, Spanish, has a working knowledge of Portuguese, and has traveled on business to over 15 countries. Eduardo is an active member of the Technology industry and an 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 Latino leadership. Eduardo is the President of the Florida chapter of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association, in addition to a member of the Board of Directors leading the government affairs division. He is a member of the National Society of Hispanic MBAs, Hispanic STEM Initiative, The Project Management Institute, The Tallahassee Latino Professional Association and the Immediate Past President of the University of Miami Alumni Club in Tallahassee. He is also a Kiwanis George F. Hixson Lifetime Award fellow. Eduardo is a big believer in volunteerism and helping others. In this vein, he has participated in two missionary trips to the Dominican Republic where medical assistance was offered and medicines distributed.