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Rebecca Bormann

“As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.”  Nelson Mandela

Rebecca Bormann is the Managing Director of Sales and Services for Bell Techlogix, a leader in comprehensive IT managed services. Bell Techlogix provides Next Generation Digital Workplace and Infrastructure solutions for enterprise, mid-market, and government organizations. Bell Techlogix takes pride in its ability to understand clients with focused precision and attention to detail that does not go unrecognized.

Rebecca is passionate about connecting with people and helping organizations grow by embracing technology and continuous improvement. In her career, she finds the combination of building relationships and providing solutions in the ever-changing world of technology to be both exciting and challenging.

Rebecca believes in empowering others to reach their full potential and lead a purpose-filled life. She is actively involved in the community and enjoys serving others. Before joining the Women & Hi Tech Board in 2017 as the Corporate Engagement Director, she was an active member and volunteer. Rebecca is also currently an Emeritus Board Member at The Brandon Foundation. She was the President of the Board from October 2013 to June 2020. The Brandon Foundation is a mentoring and tutoring program where students are shown the power of their potential while supporting them academically and socially.  Rebecca is also a Pass The Torch For Women 500 Circle member and mentor. This group’s mission includes creating a community that guides women as they navigate their career pathways by providing mentoring and networking. Additionally, Rebecca is the co-founder along with Darcy Lee of R&D Networking, a local Indianapolis professional networking group. She is also an active member of Zarvos Leadership & Coaching and Heartland Church.

Rebecca loves spending time with family and friends, taking care of her dogs, Lucky and Bonnie, gardening, reading, cooking, and traveling. As a Milwaukee, Wisconsin native, she is an avid Green Bay Packers fan. Go Pack Go! 

Being involved with The Brandon Foundation has made Rebecca acutely aware that our children, especially our girls, are not exposed to all the possibilities and opportunities STEM can provide. When Rebecca realized part of Women and Hi Tech’s mission is to reach out to our young, diverse girls and offer them opportunities to learn and be excited about STEM she knew she just had to be part of the organization.

Rebecca’s goal for Women & Hi Tech is to continue to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion of its leadership and members and to reach more diverse girls to encourage them to pursue an interest in STEM. We all agree our organization should be a place where all people feel included, welcomed, and can be their authentic selves—a place where we network, learn, and grow together as a STEM community because of everyone’s unique talents and gifts. We all share the passion. Now, we continue to put that passion to work to effect positive change in our organization and our Indiana STEM community.”

LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-b-6275774/

LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-b-6275774

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