Amber Branch, the “Agile Strategy and Efficiency Change Agent,” is an Electrical Engineer turned Agile Coach. She is a native of Colorado, but relocated to Houston, Texas at the age of 11. After graduating from Hightower High School, in Missouri City, Texas, Amber moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth Area where she attended the University of North Texas.

During her collegiate years, Amber was an active member of the executive boards for National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Collaborative Actors Singers and Talents (CAST), and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated. She would go on to not only obtain her Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering, as one of the first Black females to graduate from the UNT EE department, but also had double minors in Business and Mathematics.

Upon graduation in 2014, Amber was one of only 12 students, and the only Black female, recruited to work for the Hitachi Consulting Corporation headquarters in Dallas, Tx.  At Hitachi, Amber started her career as a consultant  and was introduced to agile project management, working with companies that include AT&T, Hormel and Orthofix.


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