My name is Francisco J Grajales III (AKA Cisco or Ciscogiii) and I am a Knowledge Management professional with international experience in the strategic implementation of disruptive innovation projects.

I am multilingual and I am currently reading for a Doctorate of Philosophy on the use of Big Data at the University of British Columbia. I am also a graduate of Google’s Singularity University and hold an interdisciplinary MS in Knowledge Management, and a Bachelors with a specialization on risk assessment and algorithm scoring performance. I collaborates and co-directs a number of ongoing international research projects on Public Health and e-Health Services Research.

Since my youth, I have been committed to community service and has served for eleven years as a reserve medic with the Canadian Armed Forces. I am a retired Auxiliary Constable of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, where I served for five years and focused on keeping youth safe from drugs and strangers.

In my spare time, I am  a prolific reader, rock climber, and scuba diver. I am also involved in a number of (reverse) youth mentorship programs in Torotno and internationally.

A picture of me while at the Health 2.0 Conference in San Francisco, California

A picture of me at the 2008 Health 2.0 Conference in San Fancisco, California