Ep. 056: Celestine Pressley Unplugged

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Meet guest of episode 056, Celestine Pressley:

Celestine Pressley, the first Black and first female Chief Information Officer, White House Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), is an accomplished IT executive who has led enterprise information management systems for over 20 years using iterative software development lifecycle techniques and agile development methods. She is responsible for supporting the international mission by providing cutting edge technology and modernizing business processes.

Ms. Pressley comprises a multi-faceted, diverse and broad-based background that includes strategic consulting in the public sector, IT investment & portfolio analysis, enterprise  architecture, data modeling, project management, Business Intelligence (BI) and reporting. Pressley is known for seamlessly integrating complex IT systems, while designing and managing large data migrations and integrations that increase productivity and efficiency for Federal agencies.

Celestine is also a certified Federal Executive Coach. Celestine uses her coaching skills to help individuals reach their professional goals.  Her goal is to help every client reach their full potential and live a fulfilling life.


Mentioned On This Episode:

Deena’s Coaching Services

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United States Trade Representative (USTR)

Ring Diversity Issue

Washing Hands Diversity Issue

ACTIAT

AFFIRM

BIG (Blacks in Government)


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