Carol Glennon - Profile
Carol loves constructing technical ways to connect people to what they need. Whether helping to launch the first non-governmental ISP's in Guatemala or making sure Walmart.com shoppers can find the items they need, Carol's first priority is always the customer. She is a passionate evangelist for Agile and Scrum methodologies and trains teams to use these frameworks effectively.
Having served in several large enterprise web operations teams, DevOps is a specialty of Carol's and she coaches and trains teams on how DevOps can make the web a better place.
Carol has an entrepreneurial spirit and enjoys collaborating on new ideas. She has founded and sold a technology start-up (advertising software), and has the swag-bag to prove it.
One of her key strengths is communicating vital, technical data between stakeholders and technology teams. She has helped teams stick together and execute during high pressure situations like Toyota during their Super Bowl Ad, Walmart.com on Black Friday, and Dunkindonuts.com on National Donut Day.
Carol also has her B.S. in Organizational Security, an MaED in Education (Adult learning concentration), and knows a thing or two about administering JIRA and Confluence.
Plus, Stanford Certified Project Manager/Engineering, 2001-2003 – Stanford University Graduate School of Business
Scrum Alliance certifications: Certified Scrum Professional® (CSP), Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM), and Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO), Registered Education Provider (REP)
"Carol was amazing! She brought active live examples of Scrum at work in a real world-class organization!" -- Dan W., CSM, Palo Alto
"Carol Glennon brought in a lot of real world examples and put it in perspective." -- Padmaja D., CSM, Palo Alto
"Carol was the best part!" -- CSM, Palo Alto
"Thank you Carol for providing so many real-world examples from your job!" -- Kim K, CSM, Palo Alto
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