Director, Consulting Services, West Region, Oracle Corporation
Diana Ingram is a senior business development, sales and marketing leader with an extensive background in information technology in the U.S., Latin American and global markets. She has led organizations of as many as 8,000 employees with revenues exceeding $2 billion. As leader of Oracle’s technology consulting services business in Los Angeles, she is focused on helping corporate clients accelerate their transition to cloud computing and enhance their IT security posture. Earlier, she was executive vice president and head of operations for the U.S. start-up of networking software company, IBT/Realtime.
In previous years, Ms. Ingram held several key positions at IBM including director of security and privacy services U.S.; vice president of global sales, wireless e-business solutions; vice president of telecommunications/media sector, Latin America; and director of enterprise content management software sales, Americas.
In addition, she was senior vice president and general manager of operations, West region, Kinko’s Inc., a leading business services company now part of FedEx. There she held overall responsibility for an organization comprising 600 retail stores and 20 commercial print production centers, generating more than $1 billion annually.
An active community leader, Ms. Ingram serves on the boards of Goodwill Southern California, UCLA Foundation and ECMC Group. She is also a board member of Rexford Industrial Realty. Ms. Ingram is a past president of the Southern California affiliate of the International Women’s Forum and continues to serve on its board of directors. Her previous board experience includes Big Brothers Big Sisters, Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Urban League and the Coalition for Clean Air. She is an associate member of the International Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC)².
Ms. Ingram received her bachelor of arts degree from Stanford University and her master of business administration from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.