Kerrie Holley Recounts IBM’s First 100 Years

Kerrie Holley, IBM Fellow

Kerrie Holley was born in Chicago, Illinois and currently lives in Northern California.

IBM’s CEO in 2006 appointed Kerrie to IBM Fellow, IBM’s highest technical leadership position. It is the highest honor a scientist, engineer, or programmer at IBM (and perhaps ‘in the industry’) can achieve.

Kerrie’s expertise centers around software architecture, software engineering, business architecture, BPM, SOA, IT architecture and translating business requirements into designs for cutting-edge network centric distributed solutions.

Kerrie has a BA in mathematics from DePaul University and a Juris Doctorate degree from DePaul School of Law.

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