Chief Executive Officer
Symon Rubens has almost two decades experience in managing and growing business conference organisations across 5 continents. His conference career commenced at Terrapinn where he held production, sales and general management positions in the Australian and Singapore offices, before being promoted to Managing Director of the Australasian operations in 2003. In 2007 he opened Terrapinn’s Middle East operations, before becoming Regional Managing Director of IQPC Middle East, Africa and India. In 5 years at IQPC he opened offices in South Africa, India, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, growing the business by 300%. In 2014 Symon left IQPC to start The Rubens Group, a consulting and trading company based in Dubai. In 2015 he moved to Houston to start the Infrastructure Conference Network.
Event Operations and Partnership Manager
Pam Pierce is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and has lived in Houston for over 15 years. She earned her undergraduate degree from LSU and a master’s degree from the University of Houston.
Pam spent the first part of her career in Education, as a teacher of teachers, in workshops … read full profile
Born and raised in Texas, Laura Oppermann graduated from Houston’s own University of St. Thomas with a Bachelor’s in Communication. She also served as a student investigator for the Innocence Project where she investigated possible wrongful conviction cases. True to Texan form, she loves the outdoors, nature and wide open … read full profile
A Kansas native, Kyle Cornish joins the Infrastructure Conference Network Team as a Marketing Manager. A lifelong fan of the Jayhawks, Kyle’s dream was to play basketball at the University of Kansas – however, the lack of a required growth spurt and general skill thwarted his plans.
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Research and Content Director
Melissa Zerber brings twelve years of experience to her role at the Infrastructure Conference Network. After college, Melissa began her career in the entertainment industry, first as an intern and ultimately working her way to a paid position as artist manager. In 2006 she made the move to television where she … read full profile