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Jim Nasr

Entrepreneur in Residence, Centers for Disease Control

Jim Nasr is a software architect and technology entrepreneur. Jim is currently an Entrepreneur in Residence at the CDC, working on design and architecture of large scale public health initiatives, and the founder of Acoer, a machine learning startup focused on healthcare. Jim was the CEO and co-founder of Armedia, a leading technology firm building solutions around unstructured data, large scale system integration, mobile and analytics.

Jim has more than twenty years of experience in the technology industry, with over a decade as an entrepreneur profitably growing Armedia from inception to over 100 employees, and a 5-time Inc. 5000 awardee. Prior to co-founding Armedia in 2002, Jim worked as a Senior Technology Architect at Sapient Corp and IBM. Jim has co-authored several technology books and spoken at numerous industry events and conferences. 

Jim is the Chair of the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Connected Content Society focused on IoT solutions, the Chair of Georgia Soccer IT Committee, and on the advisory team for a number of startups. Jim is a nationally licensed soccer coach and a staff coach for Georgia Soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP) program. He has an MBA from the University of Connecticut, a BS in Computer Science and Statistics from Coventry University and resides in Atlanta, GA.