dimitri snowden is an ontological architect and change agent…but wait, wtf is ontology?
as an ontological architect and change agent, dimitri snowden subscribes to the philosophy that what people design, designs them back (design thinking). in other words: the digital journey he designs for his customers will be redesigned by his customers.
dimitri’s ideation knows no boundaries and his job begins with the customer. through deep behavioral insights about customers, employees and intermediaries combined with his ontological expertise, he helps companies pinpoint the right innovation opportunities and technologies to create high-value, low-risk digital transformation experiences.
son of an immigrant vietnam veteran father and humanitarian american mother, dimitri’s early years were largely explorative and transient. both highly educated and compassionate, his parents introduced young dimitri to the wider world around him-by nurturing his creativity, he grew up with a heightened sense of possibility, imagination and problem-solving abilities. with a certified iq of 129, his insatiable curiosity revealed itself in enterprising ways. it wasn’t long before dimitri, who was entrepreneurial-spirited, created several neighborhood businesses including grass-cutting and car washing.
during his 20s, dimitri took a strong interest in quantum mechanics and noetic sciences which led to him becoming a self-taught computer programmer. he has continued to seek out several mentorship opportunities and new experiences at mit and beyond, and has become certified in several technical skills.
today dimitri lives in the united states with his wife and children.
dimitri has created educational experiences for thousands of elementary students, coined “robotic experience design”, invented and reinvented enterprise software applications for several fortune 100 and fortune 500 companies, spoken domestically and internationally to thousands of business professionals, and introduced new concepts of human consciousness into practical application.