Full Name
Ann Marr
Job Title
Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources
World Wide Technology
Speaker Bio
WWT is a $14B global technology solutions provider, delivering business and technology outcomes in industry, technology and services.. Ann oversees all global human resources functions (talent acquisition, strategic staffing, policy development, benefits and compensation, government compliance, training, employee development, immigration and communications). Ann also manages the company’s diversity efforts (Diversity & Inclusion, Supplier Diversity and Small Business Enterprise) and has managed tremendous growth over the years. Ann has successfully spearheaded the company’s multiple selections for the 100 Best Companies to Work For, globally. Ann is President of the WWT Charitable Foundation and is very active in the community. Ann previously held positions with Anheuser-Busch and Enterprise Holdings.

Ann serves on the board of directors for World Wide Technology, the Board of Trustees for Maryville University, Greater St. Louis, Inc., the St. Louis Police Foundation, Gateway Arch Park Foundation and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. Ann also completed the Deloitte Center for Board Effectiveness Program.

Ann has been recognized for her leadership and business influence by many organizations, some of which include Who’s Who in Black St. Louis, Corporate Executive of the Year by the St. Louis American Newspaper, 50 Most Powerful Minority Women in Business by the Minority Enterprise Advocate magazine, 25 Most Influential Business Women and Top Diverse Business Leaders by the St. Louis Business Journal and the recipient of the Leadership Award by the Great Place to Work Institute. Ann is a published Author of a New Orleans cookbook - Classic Creole – A Celebration of Food & Family.

Ann received a B.A. in Business & Human Resources Management from Webster University (the Walker School of Business & Technology), St. Louis, MO.

A native of New Orleans, Ann and her husband Craig have two daughters, and two granddaughters.
Ann Marr