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Steven Lee

Steven Lee
Senior Product Manager, Google, Inc.

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Steve Lee, Senior Product Manager, has been working on Google’s mobile Geo efforts for nearly 3 years. He currently has global responsibility for all Google geo-related mobile products, which include Google Maps, Google Latitude, and Google’s location service platform. He has 14 years industry experience, ranging from entrepreneurship to software development to product management. Before coming to Google, he worked at IBM, Yahoo, and 2 startup endeavors, NewMonics and Verdada. He has an MBA from UC Berkeley Haas and a double major in Computer Engineering and Computer Science from Iowa State University. He has been known to play poker and enjoys cycling, traveling, and reading.

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Location: Regency Ballroom
Steven Lee (Google, Inc.), Lior Ron (Google, Inc. )
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(3.78, 18 ratings)
As geo-location tools like Google Latitude and map-creation programs like Google Map Maker become more prevalent on desktop and mobile devices, people are no longer just consumers of location information. Rather, they have the opportunity to become local mapping experts, contributing information about places and about themselves that make online maps better for everyone. Read more.