Susan Bligh has been in the IT industry for 23 years and has an enthusiasm for business process and operational excellence through the use of technology. She has previously worked in all aspects of software development including programming, testing, business analysis, database administration, and training. She has worked with many projects using the traditional waterfall software development and agile methodologies.
She is passionate about bringing people together to learn from each other in the forms of mentorships, communities of practices and high performing operational and project teams. She has worked in many industries including financial markets, software development, health care and energy.
Susan was a panel member for a discussion about Community of Practices at the BA World conference and has a published article How My Role Models Led Me to a Career in IT and Helped Me Create Work-Life Balance.
Sessions Hosted by Susan Bligh
9:10 a.m.-9:55 a.m.
State Ballroom - 4th Floor