Jacqueline S. Anderson is owner and CEO of BIT Consulting and Project Management, LLC. She is an accomplished Business and Technical Manager with 25 years of demonstrated experience in identifying, integrating, and utilizing new technology to achieve superior business results. She brings proven experience in strategic planning, analysis, design, development, and implementation of cutting edge technology to add business value and increase operational efficiency and productivity. Jaqueline’s passion is to motivate and manage staffs to employ strong business process solutions while utilizing extensive expertise in transforming and integrating change.
Jacqueline is an exceptional innovator in human resources management, project management, product development, change management and release management utilizing standards and “Best Practice” approaches, such as IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL), Rational Unified Process (RUP), PMP, Agile Development with SCRUM, and waterfall development methodologies. Jacqueline’s corporate roles include work in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, serving as; Managing Director at Kaiser Permanente; Sr. IT Team Manager at Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (Brokerage/Bank) and Vice President and Manager at Bank of America.
Jacqueline’s senior responsibilities involve overseeing business and technical partner relationships, directing banking divestitures, managing software engineers, onshore/offshore software developers, technical project managers, quality assurance engineers, and 24/7 production support teams. Jacqueline is a multiple recipient of Schwab’s “Key Contributor” Award for consistently high levels of performance. Anderson is recognized for achievements with the Coalition For Fair Employment in Silicon Valley (CAFE-SV), 50 Most Important African Americans in Technology, and Vice President Bay Area Chapter|Black Data Processing Associates.
Jacqueline earned an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from California State University, Hayward and an Executive MBA from Golden Gate University.