Dori Gurwitz is a Managing Director at PwC’s Workforce of the Future, leading commercializing of PWC’s Digital Workforce Transformation technologies.
With roots in Silicon Alley and Silicone Wadi, Dori comes from a deep technology disruption background, driving change via core technologies in Telcos and Mobile operators, Media & Entertainment, Government, Banking, Auto and Sports.
Prior to PwC, Dori lead New Business at Lisnr, a core technology company for data delivery over sound, selected by CNBC as a Disruptor 50 with the likes of Uber and Space-X. Before that, he served as VP of Business Development and Sales at NewRow, an innovative developer of collaborative conferencing technologies.
Dori is passionate about the role that technology can play to break social barriers, improve gender equality, and increase global social awareness. This passion was behind his founding of Bush Warriors, a social media driven NGO for African wildlife conservation. Dori grew up in Nairobi, Kenya and witnessed firsthand the devastating effects of ivory and rhino horn crimes. Bush Warriors contributed to the passing of new global laws which protect wildlife and its communities.
Dori is a graduate of NYU Stern School of Business and is ranked in the top 5% of global workforce for innovation and leadership