Ahmad is currently CEO of IZON Media, a leader in retail venue based digital media and advertising. Prior to taking his current role, Ahmad served as Technicolor’s Chief Marketing Officer and was responsible for rebranding the company from Thomson to Technicolor.
Ahmad joined Technicolor in 2002 and held multiple leadership roles including president of Technicolor Digital Cinema. He then assumed the role of Chief Technology Officer, where he was accountable for defining and implementing technology strategy working closely with studio clients. In 2006, Ahmad was appointed as president of Technicolor’s Content Services division, overseeing worldwide visual effects, post-production and distribution services. He then headed up strategy, technology and marketing operations for Technicolor’s Entertainment Services division.
Before joining Technicolor, Ahmad was CEO of Philips Electronics’ MP4Net, a startup focused on content streaming products. Prior to that, he was President and GM of Philips’ video server division serving the broadcast and post-production segments.
He attended the University of Utah, where he graduated with two Bachelor of Science degrees in electrical engineering and mathematics, a Master's in business (MBA) and completed studies for a Master's degree in engineering (instrumentation).