Anne Altman, retired IBM public sector leader, has agreed to become a part of the independent board of directors for TechFlow.
“Anne Altman is one of the most impressive leaders you will ever meet,” said Robert Baum, TechFlow president and chief executive officer. “Her depth of experience is amazing. Anne’s experience in dealing with complex, integrated and high-value solutions will guide us as we expand into new markets and scale TechFlow. We are lucky to have her onboard.”
Altman retired earlier this year from her role as general manager of IBM’s U.S. Federal Government and Industries division, where she was responsible for strategy, direction, development of solutions, sales and delivery for IBM’s multibillion-dollar business with federal government clients in the U.S.
Altman was hired by IBM in 1981 as a systems engineer and spent 35 years with the company.