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Marco Tebaldi's Brief Bio

Marco Tebaldi

I am a creative computer scientist, business analyst and certified scrum master, as well as a former director organising huge events. Often described as a super connector with an extreme eagerness to travel and experience different cultures, I believe in creating a positive impact through technology.

As an Accenture consultant, I am a highly experienced, technically strong, professional advisor working within agile environments, with a passion for people and focusing on quality and innovation. I have expertise in the practice areas of Strategy, Consulting and Operations, working with blue-chips clients on enterprise scale and start-up projects, and have developed skills in several technology domains across industries with particular focus on security architecture, digital identity, and agile delivery.

Prior to joining Accenture's Security practice based in Melbourne, my experience ranged from working on robotics and creating internet platforms in Italy, to developing artificial intelligence technologies in California. All this has been done while living in five countries in the past few years, and embracing the diversity of experience that comes with it.
I have been able to engage in many projects, and have invested in my future to continue to do so in a career by earning a B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Computer Science from the University of Padova, a historical academic institution founded in 1222, which inspired revolutionary minds like Copernicus and Galileo.

I have awarded research grants at the University of California San Diego, and at the University of Aberdeen. I also awarded the UC-EAP fellowship in engineering, which enabled me to develop a masters' thesis and research in San Diego, at UCSD.
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Fun Fact

Marco visited 40 countries around the world and counting. He loves meeting local people and their food, experiencing different cultures, and cooking home made Italian meals in exchange of unique experiences.