Angie Messer is Booz Allen’s first Chief Transformation Officer (CTO), serving as the catalyst and orchestrator of transformation across the global business. In this role, she drives and integrates major initiatives through the optimization of core processes, synchronizing major technology and infrastructure modernization efforts, and harnessing the power of new and innovative talent programs. As the CTO of a purpose- and values-based organization, Angie champions major change and culture efforts, ensuring Booz Allen is an agile, data-driven organization that is forward-leaning and shaping the firm’s future.
Previously, Angie led the firm’s Cyber capability, guiding teams of cyber forensics engineers, data scientists, next-gen cyber fusion center operations and threat intelligence experts who focus on cyber malware and incident response. These teams drive the next generation of cyber innovations and solutions. As the Cyber Functional Talent leader, Angie implemented a talent management strategy for key cyber opportunities and delivered cyber capabilities to meet global market demand. She championed the talent development, strategic mobility, and associated innovative people model solutions for the firmwide Cyber business.
Angie has developed numerous solutions and strategies for clients in the areas of information technology, enterprise systems, Agile, DevOps, open source, secure cloud computing, big data and business intelligence, program management, security systems, digital learning, organizational change, and talent management.
A sought-after speaker, Angie has been featured at the Aspen Ideas Festival, National Ethics Conference, Washington Ideas Forum, Bloomberg Big Data seminar, Cyber Analyst, Digital Cities & Security diversity and workforce conferences and summits—just to name a few.
Prior to joining Booz Allen 22 years ago, Angie was a U.S. Army officer, managed two major commercial businesses, and launched a startup software development company. As a second generation Cuban American, she supports multiple diversity and volunteer initiatives for STEM, Latin American leaders, Wounded Warriors, and veterans.
Angie earned a B.S. in engineering management from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. She also holds an M.S. in business administration and management from the Florida Institute of Technology. She serves on the Army Science Board, Army Cyber Institute, and Uniting Women in Cyber Advisory Board. Angie is a member of the Association of the U.S. Army, Business Executives for National Security, West Point Association of Graduates and West Point Society of DC, and is Booz Allen’s ambassador with the Executive Women’s Forum for cybersecurity.