Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) has recently appointed Angela Mondou as CEO and permanent president. Through a newsletter update sent to ITAC members, Angela seeks feedback over the various activities and programs that add value to the members. Denise Short had taken over as the interim CEO after Robert Watson had stepped down in November 2018. She will continue as Vice President of industry development as Angela takes charge.
Angela is excited and honored to take on to this role and is looking ahead to representing the ITAC team, executive leaders, and the tech members. She stresses the importance of decision making as it will have a significant impact on the future Canadian society and economy. The ITAC team has high hopes from its new and confident leader.
According to a press release, Angela joined the office on April 15. She has more than 25 years of experience in Canada’s technology sector and was the CEO of a health tech company as well as a President for a not-for-profit organization. She also held significant leadership roles in Nortel Networks and Blackberry. Her dynamic personality speaks of her 10 years of service in the Canadian military. Angela also bagged the United Nations Peacekeeping medal in the year 2005 for the Veteran Campaign where she led the Canadian peacekeepers.
Angela’s ideas regarding the Canadian ICT industry and her vision about the possibilities that ITAC can foster upon in an innovative tech sector has left an impression on the ITAC National Board of Directors. Kevin Peesker, National ITAC Board Chairman and president of Microsoft Canada considered her the perfect fit and backed the decision based on her previous track records. He is looking forward to ITAC’s growth into a more innovative and robust digital economy with Angela at the helm of its affairs.