UPS Information Technology
Kim Felix is Vice President of Information Technology for UPS, a $58 billion global corporation with one of the most recognized and admired brands in the world. UPS is a leading global provider of specialized transportation and logistics services managing the flow of goods, funds, and information in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide. Kim currently leads the Enterprise Computer, Collaboration, and Data Services portfolio responsible for Global Computer Operations, Technology Support, Collaboration tools and services, IT Practices, Data Strategy and Services, and Advanced Analytics. Prior to her current assignment Kim led the Transportation Technology Group (TTG) portfolio responsible for UPS Airline, Global Brokerage, and Global Transportation technology solutions. Kim started her UPS career in the Customer Technology portfolio leading teams in the expansion and build out of internet based applications on UPS.com including the development of web services and tools used for customer integration services, shipping, and visibility solutions Kim started her IT career with AT&T developing database solutions for telecommunication switching systems. She progressed through increasing roles of responsibility in the Network Engineering and Asset Management organizations; and as the District Manager for Network Planning Systems led the teams responsible for developing Route and Equipment plans for the network. Community engagement is a priority for Kim. She serves on the Industry Advisory Boards for NJIT and Georgia Institute of Technology Industrial and Systems Engineering School. She is Executive Advisor for the IS African American Business Resource Group. Kim has a particular interest in STEM based programs that encourage young men and women to enter the science and technology fields and supports and sponsors multiple activities including the VEX Robotics International Competition hosted in Louisville, KY. Kim has a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Southern California, a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from the Stevens Institute of Technology, a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Spelman College.