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FoodLogiQ Continues Growth Trajectory with Addition to Executive Team

FoodLogiQ is pleased to announce the promotion of Anjela John to the company’s executive team as Vice President of Engineering.

John’s primary focus will be leading the development teams and executing the department’s strategy, processes, and culture. John has been with FoodLogiQ since 2018 serving as Quality Engineering Manager and most recently as the Director of Engineering.

Before joining FoodLogiQ, John served as Quality Engineering Manager at AdvisorEngine, a company specializing in technology for financial advisors. Previously, she was a Senior Software Engineer in Test at Fidelity Investments, the mutual fund company with services including fund distribution and investment advice and wealth management. John holds a Certification in interior design from Austin Community College in Austin, Texas, and a Master's in Computer Applications from Holy Cross College in India. She is a Certified Scrum Master and Certified Product Owner.

“Anjela’s experience here at FoodLogiQ and her extensive engineering knowledge will contribute greatly to the Engineering team and beyond,” says Katy Jones, CEO of FoodLogiQ. “Anjela will be instrumental in advancing the development of our platform to increase transparency and traceability in the food chain. We are delighted to celebrate her career growth at FoodLogiQ.”

“My time at FoodLogiQ has been a growth opportunity for me, and I’m very honored to accept this new role,” said John. “Over the years, as I contributed to building our platform, my passion for our product has grown. In this new role, that passion fuels my commitment to our customers. I look forward to working with talented teams at FoodLogiQ to provide our customers with a product they rely upon.”

Posted by Juli Kidd on May 6, 2022 9:00:00 AM

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