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Amber Kodish

Chief Executive Officer

Amber Kodish sets the strategic vision for evolve24, working closely with the organization’s operations and business development teams to chart growth pathways for the company’s diverse commercial and federal business units. Amber also oversees the technology backbone of the organization, working directly with the engineering and services teams to enhance evolve24’s platforms and service offerings, incentivize adoption, and optimize the customer experience.

Amber is an innovative executive, out-of-the-box thinker, and mission-driven problem solver who is committed to putting her customer’s needs first. She has more than 20 years of experience in business strategy, corporate development, company growth, and technology solution development. She has demonstrated expertise in leading the strategic planning and operational execution for a variety of services, software, hardware, and solutions as both a technical expert and program manager. Amber has also led teams responsible for pre-sales, post-sales, product installation, professional services, and customer success. She takes great pride in building high-performing organizations that earn high marks for client satisfaction, follow-through, and customer relationships.

Previously, Amber served as vice president of public sector operations for Dell Boomi where she built a new operations team and sales support structure from the ground up, solidifying a growing footprint in the federal market. Prior to that role, she served as a regional services director for Dell EMC where she led the team responsible for installation, customer service, professional services, and support. Amber also led federal sales, services, and support in roles with DataDirect Networks, where she helped increase the organization’s sales while implementing a technical support team structure that spurred growth.

Amber holds a master’s degree in business administration from Drexel University and a master’s certificate in project management from George Washington University. She earned her bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from Rutgers University.