Anna Frazzetto

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As Chief Digital Technology Officer for Tential, Anna Frazzetto is an IT solutions strategist working and partnering with leading U.S. businesses and growing start-ups. With a strong focus on data and analytics solutions developed through onshoring and offshore services, Frazzetto is dedicated to helping organizations expand their digital capabilities and technology resources to address critical business business challenges. Throughout her career, Frazzetto has experienced IT and business workflows from different regions and cultures. Formerly, as NashTech Global's CDTO and President of Technology Solutions, she led global teams to support organizations throughout North America and the APAC region, from start-ups and growing multinationals to global industry leaders. Frazzetto is a sought-after speaker on digital innovation, outsourcing and workplace diversity and is an advocate for increasing the numbers and influence of women in technology. She was named to Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2018, 2019 and 2020 Global Power 150 Women in Staffing lists and serves as the national chair of ARA, an organization aspiring to attract, retain and advance women in IT.

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