As a technology executive, Angie Schelker understands the importance of career transitions. Without them, she says, we can miss out on opportunities for growth. Whether you consider yourself a technologist or a stranger to the field, we encourage you to check out this conversation about taking the leap.
Bio: Angie Schelker is a Technology Executive with over 25 years experience leading diverse global teams focused on various facets of technology delivery. Angie’s background includes leading a large global software engineering department responsible for delivery of custom analytic software solutions, overseeing global network and infrastructure strategic program delivery, and building strategies to support AI and machine learning solutions leveraging both business oriented and technology infrastructure data. She is a champion for women in technology and enjoys mentoring and supporting those who are early in their technology careers.
Angie has a BS in System Science and Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis and has held positions at large, global organizations including Mastercard, Enterprise Holdings, Ernst & Young and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
Angie’s Something Extra: “As a leader, it can be really easy to focus on the work. But, it is important to remember that work is done by people.”
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