Irving Roman, Senior Manager, EY

February 4, 2023

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Irving Roman Jr. has been making waves as a technology consultant across various industries for over 25 years. Though he has served in many roles, he specializes in business process management and business rules engine design, development, and delivery in the financial, healthcare, and governmental sectors.

A graduate of Boston University and later Kennesaw State University, Roman began his career as a technical analyst at Merrill Lynch, where he participated in the company’s six-month training program focusing on the technical and functional domains of financial instruments and systems.

Using the knowledge and experience he gained through Merrill Lynch’s program, Roman served in various consulting roles at Pegasystems, Inc. and Agora Group Inc., where he managed the delivery and account radiation of engagements in several industries, including Government, Financial Services, and Insurance. His past work experience includes being promoted to Executive Director of Global Services at Agora Group, where he helped initiate and owned technical delivery of the Public Sector portfolio with accounts in Federal Government agencies such as the Department of Defense and the Department of Agriculture. Roman also worked for Virtusa as the Senior Director of Emerging Business Segment, where he was the designated Practice Leader in the Digital Process Automation (DPA) organization within the Emerging Business Portfolio.

He now serves as the Senior Manager at EY in Atlanta. His role involves serving as a Practice Leader of Pega Practice supporting the Government Public Sector (GPS) segment. He also works part-time as an Adjunct Professor in the College of Computing and Software Engineering at his alma mater, Kennesaw State.