ElectrifAi
January 6, 2022

Kemi Goss: A Tribute to a Remarkable Colleague

We are incredibly saddened to announce the passing of Kemi Goss, Head of Delivery and Customer Success at ElectrifAi. Kemi passed away on December 17, 2021, in Atlanta, Georgia.

Kemi was a new executive at ElectrifAi and had so many plans to use her vast experience to make the company even better. Our profound loss of such an incredible talent was felt in the hearts of all ElectrifAi employees.

Kemi was a very insightful and happy person who inspired us all to achieve more. Her impressive background in information systems as a leader in complex problem solving and solution development, leveraging cloud and data solutions for 20+ years will be very missed in the technology community.

Her expertise ranged from strategic planning and implementation, resource allocation and budgeting, project and program management, managed service solutions, cloud computing/hybrid solutions, IT infrastructure/architecture, engagement management, business transformation, and client relationship management.

We honor her achievements working for such companies as Amazon Web Services (AWS), The Weather Channel, AT&T, Ericsson, Hitachi Telecom, Cox Communications, Cbeyond Communications, Gwinnett Technical College, and Sanofi Aventis. Her lasting contributions have been felt by so many.

Kemi was a technologist, a leader, and a mother. She remains an inspiration to us all.

“Kemi was becoming a great friend and valued colleague. She had so many plans to optimize our cloud, delivery, and customer success, helping our clients achieve even more with machine learning. That we were only at the brink of establishing her amazing ideas is even more devastating. She had a rare combination of skills and was a true visionary. Her presence will be deeply missed.” Edward Scott, CEO at ElectrifAi.

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