Steve Nimmons

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Steve Nimmons
Born 1970 (age 43–44)
Northern Ireland
Residence London
Citizenship United Kingdom
Nationality British
Fields Computer science
Institutions Atos Origin, KPMG
Alma mater University of Ulster
Known for Social computing
Enterprise Architecture
Open Innovation

Steve Nimmons, FBCS, FIET, FRI, FRSA, FIMIS, FIAP, FLS, FSA Scot, is an Information Technologist and industry commentator. He is regular contributor to the technology press,[1][2][3] and serves on a number of industry and political panels. He writes and speaks about Social computing, Enterprise Architecture[4][5][6] and Open Innovation[7] and is a member of the Atos Scientific Community[8]

Education[edit]

Ballymena Academy (class of 1988),[9] graduated University of Ulster (1993) with an honours degree in Computing and Diploma in Industrial Studies (DIS).

Professional credentials[edit]

A notable contributor in disciplines including IT, Engineering, Antiquaries, Natural History and The Arts as a:

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Political interests[edit]

Steve Nimmons with former British Prime Minister Sir. John Major
Steve Nimmons with former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad

Nimmons is a member of the Conservative Party[24] and Ulster Unionist Party and has active political interests across the United Kingdom and the Middle East. He is a member of the Conservative Technology Forum, Conservative Friends of Israel, is Community Relations Director at Anglican Friends of Israel[25][26] and writes for The Times of Israel.[27]

City of London[edit]

Active in the Livery movement and traditions of the City of London:

Charity and philanthropic interests[edit]

He is the Northern Ireland Special Advisor to The Anne Frank Trust (UK),[33][34][35] is a member of the Chairman’s Circle of the Council of Christians and Jews, the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels,[36][37] and the Rotary Club of London,.[38]

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