Krishna Bansal is an entrepreneur with more than two decades of experience in business, finance and technology. He is the President and CEO of Q1 Technologies, Inc., a technology and services company that he founded in 2002. Headquartered in Naperville, his company has helped educational institutions, governments and fortune 500 corporations with complex technology and improving global operations.
Bansal currently serves as the Chairman for the Naperville Indian-American Outreach initiative under Mayor George Pradel. He has been serving as a Director of the Indian Prairie Educational Foundation, White Eagle Homeowner’s Association and is an executive member of the Naperville Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Bansal is currently spearheading an effort in Aurora to bring the community together. He is also passionately involved in helping under privileged kids in third world countries.
Bansal holds a master’s degree in Business Administration, a postgraduate diploma in International Finance, an undergraduate degree in Business & Accounting and multiple technology certifications.
On a personal front Krishna and his wife have two daughters who attend the IPSD 204 schools. Between swim meets, concerts, extra-curricular and other school activities, Krishna is an avid sports pilot and enjoys flying. He also loves travelling and has traveled extensively across the globe.