Carrie-Anne Mosley has worked in Information Technology for 30 years. After starting her career as a technology consultant at Booz Allen & Hamilton, she went on to hold leadership roles at Oracle, Salesforce.com, BMC, SAP, and Amazon Web Services. She joined DocuSign in 2020, as the leader of the Federal sales organization, where she is helping to drive digital innovation in government agencies and with Aerospace and Defense contractors. She has a Master’s of Science in Information Systems and Telecommunications from Johns Hopkins University, and BA in Government & Politics from the University of Maryland. In 2014, Carrie-Anne was a contributing author in a book of essays entitled, Innovating Women: The Changing Face of Technology. Her chapter, entitled “Why Female Managers Need to Take the Lead”, offers practical advice on how to close the pay gap between women and men in technology. Carrie-Anne is on the Dean’s Alumni Advisory Board, for the Johns Hopkins University, Carey Business School. She is on the Board of Advisors for Aptaria Inc, is Board Vice President for Keep Loudoun Beautiful, a Keep America Beautiful affiliate, and an appointed member of the Loudoun County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Committee. She lives in Loudoun County, VA with her husband and 11-year-old daughter.