Sandy Carter

Sandy Carter is Vice President, Software Group Business Partners and Midmarket at IBM. She is responsible for worldwide, cross-company sales and marketing for the business partner channel for the IBM Software Group. She is on the board of the Women in Technology International (WITI) Executive Advisory Council, WITI GEN (Global Executive Network), the Forrester CMO Council, and International Child Art Foundation (ICAF). She also serves as a board member of the Grace Hopper Industry Advisory Committee and is a member of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Sandy is the author of two books, "The New Language of Business: SOA & Web 2.0" and "The New Language of Marketing 2.0: Social Media". She is an avid social media evangelist and received a MarCom award for her blogger and Twitter communities. Sandy holds a Bachelor's degree in Math and Computer Science from Duke University and an MBA from Harvard, and is fluent in eight programming languages. She received a patent for developing a methodology and tool to help customers create a technology deployment path in automation of their IT processes. Visit her blog at and follow her on Twitter @ sandy_carter.

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