Seattle, WA – October 12, 2017 — Daniel Robles, PE, Founder/Director: Integrated Engineering Blockchain Consortium, IEBC.co today announced the appointment of Kim Allen, P.Eng. IntPE, FEC, FCAE, MBA to its Advisory Board, effective immediately.
Mr. Allen’s appointment expands the Advisory Board to 27 members, 25 of whom are independent. He will be a member of our newly created FinTech Panel which includes FinTech Industries who interface with the EngTech domain representing use cases that reflect blockchain integration between FinTech and EngTech.
“Kim has an analytical mind that focuses on strategic initiatives and generates imaginative alternative solutions few could conceive. He is an accomplished business leader and an experienced board member in both the public and nonprofit sectors,” said Daniel Robles. “We are confident that he will add great value to our Advisory Board of Directors and that Integrated Engineering Blockchain Consortium will benefit from his insights, judgment, and counsel.”
Mr. Allen is curtly the Chief Executive Officer at Allenvision Inc. SME in talent, governance, and financial analytics for advancing strategic execution, risk management, and talent management. He was the former CEO of Engineers Canada (300K Canadian Engineers), former CEO of Professional Engineers Ontario (80K engineers), lead two successful start-ups, served as the CEO of a $400 million water and electric utility and a 12-year career with Ontario Hydro provincial utility.
Mr. Allen is currently on the Boards of Ontario Energy Network, co-founder of the Engineering Change Lab, chairs the Information and Communication Technology Council Information and Communication Technology Council Industry Growth Task Force. He is a graduate of University of Ottawa (Electrical Engineering) and received an MBA from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.
The Integrated Engineering Blockchain Consortium (IEBC.co) was formed to capitalize on the extraordinary opportunity for professional engineers to work closely with the insurance industry and financial institutions as the decentralized adjudication force to assure smart contracts in real work environments. The result is expected to increase process efficiency, fault-tolerance, enhanced valuation of assets and reduced risk exposures.
Daniel Robles, PE, MBA