Tahera Zamanzada is ICF’s vice president of digital transformation. She has 15 years of experience in helping organizations and federal agencies keep up with a rapidly evolving digital landscape and improve the digital customer experience through the adoption of cloud platforms. As a thought leader and digital advisor, Tahera consults on the challenges surrounding digital transformation, cloud adoption, and technology modernization. She has a passion for multi-cloud strategies, human-centered design, and data transformation.
Tahera was formerly a principal digital strategist supporting the global public sector business at Salesforce, where she collaborated with clients to deliver solutions that addressed the challenges that stood between agencies and the digital era. Prior to her work in the software industry, including Salesforce and ServiceNow, Tahera worked in government consulting and has deep experience in the public sector, numerous cloud technologies, and the supporting ecosystem. This has positioned her to take a holistic, empathy-first approach toward digital transformation and evangelize the importance of upskilling the workforce while digitally modernizing.
Tahera was recognized with the 2023 Women in Technology Leadership Award (Corporate Large-Market Sector) for her leadership of and commitment to the Washington DC-area tech community.
B.S., conflict analysis and resolution, George Mason University
Executive Management Program, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology