Ken Dunn has worked in the Information Technology industry for the last 33 years, he has broad expertise in Big Data and Analytics as well as Information Management, Cyber Security and Data Warehousing. Ken has been with BP for 20 years working across both Upstream and Downstream. He is an industry standards champion for BP and actively works with MIMOSA, IOGP, DAMA and PPDM. Ken is currently on the board of MIMOSA and is an ex-President of DAMA Houston.
In this age of analytics, machine learning, digitalization, and interoperability, Ken’s focus has been on how to gain greater value from the company’s vast information assets, through truly scalable and sustainable solutions. He is responsible for the strategy and architecture of BP’s Data Lake environment.
Over the years he has driven programs around Data Governance, Data Quality, Master Data Management, Standards Based Interoperability, Cyber Security, Information Modeling, Document Management, Metadata Management, Data Archiving, Access Control and Search.
Outside of work, Ken is married with 3 adult children and one grandchild. He is a keen sailor with a trans-Atlantic crossing in 2006.
Ken has been working in the Information Architecture / Data Management space for the last 25 years. He was the president of DAMA Houston chapter from 2013 – 2017. He presented on Data Modelling and Data Governance at Enterprise Data World back in the 2005 time-frame. He is currently a Senior Information Architect at BP in Houston.
He stood for the position of Member Services because he believes that this needs to be at the heart of the DAMA organization. Driving value to members through access to a knowledge base, collaboration, webinars, etc. is a key part of why people participate in the DAMA-I organization. His style is open and consultative and he is committed to improving the connection with our members.