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Ana Pinczuk

Chief Development Officer

Ana Pinczuk is the Chief Development Officer at Anaplan, a SaaS planning software company with themission to make all planning for all people a reality. Ana drives Anaplan’s Product Management andEngineering teams responsible for Anaplan’s product plans, software and technology engineering,and cloud platform.

Prior to this role, Ana was President and General Manager for HPE Pointnext, HPE’s $7B+ servicesbusiness until August 2018. She led a team of 25,000 IT experts responsible for driving customer’sdigital transformation journeys including Hybrid IT and Intelligent edge consulting, professional andoperational services.

Previously, Ana was the Chief Product Officer at Veritas where she was responsible for driving a $2.5Bproducts organization, including the Veritas Information Availability, Information Management,Backup and Recovery and Appliances portfolios.

Prior to joining Veritas, Ana spent 15 years at Cisco where she held various roles including SVP, GlobalServices Sales, Services COO and SVP, Global Services Support. Ana also spent nine years in the CiscoDevelopment Organization driving Engineering groups, including Cisco’s high-end routing platformand IOS product management and software development.

Ana started her career at AT&T Bell Laboratories as a systems engineer and held numerous rolesthere, including Vice President responsible for deploying AT&T’s Internet backbone.

Ana is on the board of Aptiv (APTV) and KLA (KLAC). She is also a member of the InternationalWomen’s Forum, Board of Trustees, Cornell Computer and Information Sciences AdvisoryBoard, and Carnegie Mellon Engineering Advisory Board. She is the recipient of numerous awardsincluding ALPFA 2019 Top 50 Latinas, Fortune’s 2018 and 2017 Top 50 Latinas, Watermark 2018Make Your Mark Development Award, 2016 Women of Influence Award, 2017 and 2016 HITEC 100,2014 Corporate Index (Top 25 Hispanics), 2013 Latina Style Executive of the Year, and 2013 TWINAward.

Ana holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering fromCornell University, a Master of Technology Management degree from the University of PennsylvaniaWharton School, and a Master of Science Degree in Software Management from Carnegie MellonUniversity. Ana lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and is married with two sons. When not working,Ana can be found exercising, reading, and enjoying outdoor activities with family and friends.