As a member of Indiggo’s leadership team, Ginger leads all business development efforts. Ginger’s experience of Indiggo is “team work at it’s best”. She is thrilled to be a part of an organization committed to helping leaders to be the best they can be.

Ginger’s career as a business development professional includes 25 years of experience in creating superior business results through effective leadership. Prior to joining Indiggo, Ginger worked 6 years  with the Corporate Executive Board (CEB), a leading business advisory and technology firm serving over 6,000 corporate clients including 85% of the Fortune 500. As Managing Director at CEB, Ginger managed North American commercial sales efforts for both the private and the public sectors. Ginger’s commercial sales teams supported C-suite executives and their teams across Finance, Legal, Information Technology, Human Resources, Sales and Marketing.

Prior to joining CEB, Ginger spent 8 years with FedEx, where she held roles in operations and commercial sales for the FedEx Office business unit. During the last 3 years of her career at FedEx Office, she led the Federal Government Practice, one of FedEx Office’s largest and most successful business segments. At FedEx, Ginger was the recipient of many distinct awards and honors including winner of the prestigious 5-Star Award, FedEx’s premier award recognizing exemplary work and leadership of team members who represent the company’s efforts to achieve strategic goals.

Other senior leadership roles that Ginger has held include over sight of sales, marketing and operations with large global corporations, mid-sized companies and start ups within the professional services and technology industries.

Ginger holds a BS in Business Administration with an emphasis in finance from East Carolina University. She was a collegiate basketball player and credits her core attributes of leadership, strategy, motivation, engagement and operational discipline to her roots in athletics.

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