Angie McCourt

Angie McCourtvice president, transformation management office

Angie McCourt is vice president, transformation management office, Americas. In this role she is responsible for leading the organization through a transformation initiative. She previously served as vice president, Cisco Solutions Group, at Tech Data since September 2010. In that role, she led the company's dedicated team of sales, marketing and technical professionals in support of all Cisco solutions available through Tech Data. Under her leadership, Tech Data was recognized and awarded by Cisco for best-in-class partner enablement, innovation, technology enablement and execution.

McCourt joined Tech Data in January 2000 as a purchasing manager and progressed through various leadership roles in purchasing, sales and marketing. McCourt was named to CRN's Power 100 Women of the Channel list in 2011, named the 2014 Business Woman of the Year by the Tampa Bay Business Journal, Tampa Bay Tech's 2014 Technology Leader of the Year, CRN's 2017 and 2015 Channel Chief and Industry Week's 2016 25 Most Influential Women in IoT, 2017 StemConnector 100 Corporate Women in STEM, 2017 Girls Inc. of Pinellas Girls Champion and Tampa Bay Business Journal 2018 25 People to Watch. McCourt was named to CRN's Power 100 Women of the Channel list in 2018 and named Vice President of the Year, Americas by Tech Data Sr. executives 2017.

McCourt serves on the Board of the St. Petersburg College (SPC) Foundation, works with Junior Achievement and STEM Woman of the Year Luncheon and volunteers for Girls Inc. of Pinellas. She holds a B.S. in Human Sciences from Florida State University.

She lives in Lutz, Fla. with her husband John and five children (Brandon 22, Hunter 19, Blake 16, Michael 17 and Sarah 14).

Appears On

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

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Women in Global Business:Preceded by refreshments and networking from 5:00-6:00 pm.
Presented in collaboration with the Kate Tiedemann College of Business Women and Leadership Initiative.
Karen Dee
6:00 PM