About the Author
Geetika Tandon is a senior director at Booz Allen Hamilton, a management and technology consulting firm. She was born in Delhi, India, holds a Bachelors in architecture from Delhi University, a Masters in architecture from the University of Southern California and a Masters in computer science from the University of California Santa Barbara. With over 18 years of industry experience with technology consulting, she started her career in IBM as a developer working on voice and RFID solutions, moving to middleware implementation and then acquired deep expertise in IT modernization, helping multiple government agencies move to a cloud and DevOps model. She currently holds 4 patent files and 4 IP publishes. She has also presented at various IEEE Software Technology Conferences, IEEE Women in Engineering summits and IBM Technology Conferences. Geetika is a senior member of the IEEE software Technology Group, IEEE Women in Leadership forum and the Society of Women Engineers. She has also been a board member of ASEI, led the Women in Technology group in the DC Area within Deloitte and has been a speaker at the White House on STEM for women and girls.
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