Addy Casillas

Active term 12/2021 – 12/2022 – Currently active

Area of Expertise

Portfolio service metrics reporting
Project Management Office streamlining best practices
Change management implementations
Product lifecycle management process
Product operations scaling of projects and programs
Globally distributed team management
Facilitation of hybrid trainings, workshops & agile ceremonies (retrospectives with plan of action)
Corporate, startup and military environments, fostering a culture of positivity and continuous engagement
Mentorship & sponsorship proponent

Program Manager
Contrast Security

An experienced thought leader in Project and Program Management, Addy Casillas has been managing projects, running programs, and leading teams of teams since beginning her early military career after high school. She served in the U.S. Army for ten consecutive years, two in the reserves and eight in the active component (2003-2013). During her service, Addy held the military occupational specialties of Automated Logistical Specialist and Ammunition Specialist.

After separating from the Army, Addy attended San Jose State University where she attained a Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics (class of 2018) and later a Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern California (class of 2020). Addy has worked for Cisco Systems (2018-2021) and held the roles of Business Systems Analyst, Program Consultant, Scrum Master, and Program Manager under IT and Operations where the she ran global offerings to implement and scale across the enterprise.

She made a transition to Contrast Security as of April 2021, a startup in cybersecurity turned to SMB as of recently, where she holds the position of Program Manager under Product Operations. In her current role, Addy interfaces heavily with the Biz, Engineering, Product, and Customer Success Groups as the demand for rapid acceleration, growth, and scalability increase in this niche of Application Security.

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