Anne K. Altman
Everyone Matters Inc.
Altman retired from IBM as general manager, IBM U.S Federal and Government Industries. In that role, Altman was responsible for IBM's multi-billion business with federal government clients and related industries in the United States. Prior to that role she served as general manager for IBM's Public Sector with global responsibilities for government, healthcare, life sciences and education. In this capacity, Altman also led IBM's Smarter Cities initiative, helping organizations, states and countries focus on transforming infrastructure, citizen based services, healthcare and education all directed at improving economic vitality.
Altman joined IBM in 1981 as a systems engineer. She distinguished herself as a technology strategist who leveraged the intersections of technologies and services to meet the unique needs of government and private sector clients resulting in improved services to citizens and increased efficiencies and effectiveness of client missions.
Altman is a recipient of the prestigious Eagle Award, one of the highest honors issued to technology partners serving the federal market. In 2014, she was selected by the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards, "Executive of the Year," for her outstanding contributions to the information technology industry and its clients. Additionally, she has been recognized with a number of prestigious awards including: Federal Computer Week's Top Federal 100; Washingtonian Top Tech Titans, Washington's 100 Most Powerful Women; AFFIRM Leadership Award for Industry; CIO Council's Azimuth Award for the Industry Executive of the Year; Lifetime Achievement Heroines award from March of Dimes; Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, the 2013 IES and BD Lifetime Achievement Award; and George Mason University School of Business Alumna of the Year.
In 2017, Altman co-founded Everyone Matters, Ventures, an organization focused on citizen based services, healthcare, education and the advancement of individuals and social causes.
Altman also serves as Chairman of the Board, Siemens Government Technology, Inc. and as an independent director on the boards of SPXFLOW; MAXIMUS; and Techflow Inc. Altman serves on the Board of the National Symphony Orchestra; the Dean's Council of George Mason University, School of Business; and the Advisory Boards of Atlas Research, Information International Associates and LiveSafe. She is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). Altman is active with the innovation community as a Board member of Northern Virginia Technology Council and is a regular contributor to publications and media outlets including the television show, Government Matters.
Altman received a B.S. in marketing from George Mason University.