Joe DiNucci is a veteran of 32 years in Silicon Valley, working with companies from 2 to 120,000 people, in technology, financial services, consulting, education, the sciences, entertainment, and the arts; from sales exec to general manager to president. The majority of these years were spent in sales, marketing and business development. He had numbers to make for 160 quarters – from 1966 to 2006, and knows what that takes. Notable employers include Digital, SGI, Epiphany and Immersion.
He co-founded ETL, Enabling Thought Leadership in 2010, bringing his network, coaching and connecting skills to help smart people who have things to say to find the proper voice, resources and platforms to be heard. ETL has published four books so far – one on electric car infrastructure, one on branding and positioning, one on humanism and one on exponential organizations.
Joe has been part of “Silicon Valley Comes to Oxford” since 2007. In October 2007 he helped launch Coulomb Technologies Inc., which is building a network of public charging stations for electric vehicles. Having recruited the legendary Bob Lutz to the board of Silicon Graphics in 1994, he has a deep and broad network into the auto industry. He holds a BSME from Carnegie Mellon University, an MBA from Duquesne University, and an Integral Coaching Certification from New Ventures West in San Francisco. Joe has taught at San Jose State, Santa Clara, Stanford and Oxford Universities, and at the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology in Ghana.