Anne K. Altman
Altman's three-decade career with IBM has been one of transformational leadership, and she has often been tapped to address complex business challenges within IBM and on behalf of clients. Better healthcare, strong academia and governments that provide enhanced citizen-based services all point to a higher quality of life and consequently become an economic development engine to attract new jobs which become the life blood of the community.
Altman is a recognized thought leader who often speaks, and has been asked to deliver congressional testimonies, on behalf of IBM on topics ranging from national security, healthcare and education, technology in the military and intelligence communities, 'smarter' citizen services, intelligent transportation, cloud computing, business analytics and the role of innovation to drive economic growth.
Altman received her degree from George Mason University. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, Xavier, a fellow technologist, and their two dogs and horse. They have two grown children, Stephanie and Zachary.