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DLT Talents Profile – Aylin Santiago

Nationality: German

Residence: Frankfurt, Germany

Field of study: Master of Business Administration

University: RWTH Aachen

Work experience: Experienced Marketing Leader with working experience at Google, American Express and the FMCG sector | AI Enthusiast | Web3 & Bitcoin & DLT Talents 2024 | International Keynote Speaker on AI-Powered Marketing| Google-Trained AI Principles Pioneer Aylin is a seasoned Marketing Executive with over 17 years of experience driving digital transformation in enterprise technology and marketing, leveraging the power of AI. Her distinguished career includes leadership roles at Google, American Express, and within the FMCG sector. A passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion, Aylin mentors aspiring women in technology as a Women at Google Ambassador. As a Women in Tech champion and AI enthusiast, she empowers young girls through basic programming education.

Current affiliation: Employed

Current position: Senior Industry Manager at Google

Why is blockchain interesting? Blockchain’s appeal lies in its potential to revolutionize how we interact and transact. Its decentralized nature eliminates intermediaries, reduces fraud, and ensures transparency through independent transaction verification. The future applications of blockchain, from smart contracts to digital identity, promise to transform various industries.

My touchpoints with blockchain and DLT so far: My journey with blockchain and DLT has been one of continuous learning and exploration. I’ve delved into the technology, grasping the concepts of decentralization and security. I’ve also explored topics like smart contracts while staying up-to-date with the latest trends and innovations. This evolving technology holds immense promise, and I’m excited to be part of its ongoing development.

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