Dave Gonsiorowski is Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Lifestyle Solutions at Flex, the global manufacturing partner of choice that helps a diverse customer base design and build products to improve the world.
Mr. Gonsiorowski leads strategy and marketing across all Lifestyle business units: appliances, floor care, audio, personal care, smart home, and smart living solutions. His teams are responsible for Lifestyle’s positioning and strategy to enable premium brands to go to market faster, more reliably, cost effectively and sustainably utilizing Flex’s design and engineering services, advanced manufacturing and supply chain solutions, and logistics systems.
As Lifestyle Chief Technology Officer, Mr. Gonsiorowski leads Lifestyle’s innovation, design, engineering, test lab, and sustaining engineering organizations comprised of technology and product development experts enabling customers to build products that deliver seamless and connected experiences at home, work, school, and on the go. He also leads Lifestyle’s technology components business that packages supply chains, technologies, and manufacturing processes into building blocks for customers to build solutions on top of.
Prior to his current roles, Mr. Gonsiorowski served as Vice President of Technology in Flex’s Industrial and Emerging Industries business, General Manager of the Flex Retail Automation business, and Founder and CEO of WebRaiser Technologies, Inc., maker of the KioskFrame and VendiSoft software systems acquired by Flex in 2006.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from California State University, Sacramento, a Master of Science degree in Human Resource Management from Golden Gate University, and completed the executive management program at Stanford University. He holds four patents and has won multiple industry awards including Golden State Capital Network’s best business plan, Kiosk Industry awards for best retail kiosk and kiosk deployment, and the Academy of Management Best Interactive Paper award for his work on the Kennedy and Gonsiorowski change management model.