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Amy Marks, Autodesk VP

Leader, Innovator and Changemaker As Autodesk's VP, Enterprise Transformation Practice, Amy informs strategy on business outcomes, platform solutions, and consulting for customers incorporating transformational methodologies including industrialized construction, sustainability and new ways of working. Prior to joining Autodesk, she defined the language, process and frameworks that are adopted by companies, universities and countries around the world reflecting the convergence of Design-Make-Operate models. Before joining Autodesk, Ms. Marks was the CEO of XSite Modular and pioneered a path to become the world’s preeminent prefabrication consultant and is often called the Queen Of Prefab. Literally creating the role as the first prefabrication consultant. Ms. Marks champions the integration of transformational and innovative methods of working across many building types including high-tech, healthcare, hospitality, data centers, residential and commercial buildings. She has strong relationships across the world with many owners, architects and engineers, and supply chain partners. She is a unique and outspoken agent for change that is well-respected across many industries and is a highly sought-after keynote speaker and chairperson of conferences on business transformation, prefabrication and sustainability. She is the chairman and ambassador of the Advancing Prefabrication show, which is one of the largest and most innovative of its kind. Ms. Marks is committed to using her extensive experience, thought leadership and high-profile within the construction industry to promote participation, innovation and advancement across all industry segments. She brings critical attention to attracting a diverse talent pool and tirelessly educates about inclusion issues as a means to bring new perspectives and skill sets into the industry. She is a passionate speaker on improving business results through increased diversity in thought and is often quoted as saying, “I’m not a feminist; I’m a capitalist.” She is a graduate of the University of Florida and an alumna of Harvard Business School. She is a mom to her daughter Mackenzie, and also an avid sports fan having played competitive rugby for almost 15 years.