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Ned Pope, Client Service Director, AgileThought

January 25, 2021

Ned Pope is a fifth generation Floridian with over a decade of experience working at the apex of civics, technology, and music. He currently serves as a Client Service Director for AgileThought, a technology consulting firm managing multiple development teams on an enterprise build for one of the world's largest accounting firms.
Prior to joining AgileThought, Pope served as Tech Program Manager for data science leader Nielsen, where he led the firm's Global Content Migration & Redesign Project, tech integrations with the M&A team, and program design of the Tech Diversity accelerator for the Nielsen Foundation.
Earlier in his career Pope served as the President of Florida NEXT, a Florida-based innovation organization specializing in social entrepreneurship. He also spent several years in the public sector directing civic innovation and economic relief programs for the State of Florida CFO, Fannie Mae, and the State of Oregon, among others.
As a singer/songwriter he has contributed to multiple projects through the years. Recent projects include performing and recording with the Tampa-based artist collective Wave Theory. He is also extremely active in community leadership, having held executive board positions with Synapse, Leadership Florida Connect, and TechStart Tampa Bay. He chairs the board of Onbikes, a Tampa non profit that supplies bicycles to at-risk local children..
In 2020 Ned joined the team of artists, community leaders, and business people driving the initiative to create a sustainably affordable "Artspace " multi-use facility in Tampa, where local talent can live, create their work, and gather in high quality facilities developed and managed by Artspace Projects, Inc., the nation's premier nonprofit developer of affordable spaces for arts-related activities.
Ned is a graduate of Georgia Southern University ( BS-Print/Publishing Management) and of Florida State University ( MS-Interactive Technology.)
He lives in Tampa with his wife and two children.