iCode, an after-school and weekend program that offers science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) education to students in first through 12th grade, is pleased to announce the addition of AT&T’s senior vice president of distribution and channel marketing, Abhi Ingle, to its board of directors. Ingle is one of 10 board members, all of whom are influencers and leaders in the tech and engineering space, representing an array of top-tier organizations including Chase, Samsung, Southern Methodist University School of Engineering and Ericsson to name a few. In his role on the board of directors, Ingle will develop and enhance iCode’s strategic plan, as well as move iCode’s vision further.
iCode Founder and CEO Abid Abedi said, “We are thrilled to have Abhi join our board and I am confident he will provide direction and insight that will help support iCode on its mission to get students excited and equipped for future careers in STEAM. He brings a wealth of knowledge and tech experience from his time at AT&T, and his industry success is something all of iCode’s students aspire to someday emulate.”
“As a long-time advocate for STEAM programs, I’m excited and honored to join the iCode Board of Directors. I believe any student can succeed with the right opportunities and resources. Programs like iCode are paving the way for a new wave of innovation and excitement in the technology field,” said Ingle.
Ingle has more than 20 years of experience in marketing, consulting, data, mobility applications and innovative solutions. He has been with AT&T for more than 10 years. In his current role as senior vice president of distribution and channel marketing, he is responsible for all sales facing communications, execution of programs, customer advisory councils, digital channels and sales overlays focused on advanced solutions and security.
Ingle is a regularly featured speaker and panelist at many innovation, mobility and industry specific conferences. He has an MBA with distinction from Harvard Business School and a BA with high honors in Computer Science and Mathematics from Oberlin College.