Getting to know us – Angie
Earlier this month, the world celebrated Women’s Day. The day acted as a reminder to reflect on the progress women have made across many fields, industries, and professions. As a woman-owned Minority Business Enterprise, we were thrilled to honor and recognize women and their progress.
In case you don’t actively follow us on Twitter (which you should, click here to follow!), Angie May was named to Colocation America’s Top Women in the Data Center Industry list. We are proud of our CEO but are not surprised by this acheivement.
Angie serves as a role model for women in technology and has pioneered her own path. She provides strategic leadership to Data Cave and serves as the President and CEO of our affiliated company, Analytical Engineering, Inc., both located in Columbus, Indiana. A strong analytical thinker, she has earned her MS in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Tri-State University. A fixture in the Columbus community and a contributor to the area’s business growth, she provides guidance to several local advisory boards including the Bartholomew County School Corporation committee focused on secondary education and is a member of the Board of Directors for Salin Bank.
Not only is Angie disciplined in work but for over a year now she’s been participating in Crossfit, a strength and conditioning program, at 812Crossfit in Columbus. The intensity and determination Crossfit requires speaks volumes of her character and has begun rubbing off on others around her (four new people have joined the gym after talking to Angie!). She has two daughters with husband, David, and enjoys water sports in the summer like wake boarding and water skiing. Angie also enjoys playing piano, reading and snow skiing. Much of her time outside of Data Cave and AEI is spent watching her girls participate in extracurricular activities, as they are heavily involved in gymnastics.
Unfortunately, there are not many female role models in the technology sphere, and we couldn’t be happier to have Angie around to inspire and lead. Her high standards and leadership ability have allowed our company to grow. Women have progressed greatly in the field of technology (just read about 18 major technology contributions from women), and Angie May is one of these innovative and driven women. Congrats Angie!
As a woman owned business, we like this: #Google celebrates Women’s Day
— Data Cave (@datacave) March 8, 2013