ASUG Chief Executive Officer, Bridgette Chambers

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    Executive Biography: Bridgette Chambers, ASUG CEO

    Since joining the Americas’ SAP Users’ Group as CEO in June of 2009, Bridgette Chambers has led the transformation of ASUG from a volunteer-run organization into a professionally managed technology association that has become the largest independent SAP users’ group in the world. In her role as CEO, and as a member of the ASUG Board of Directors, she works with the Board to direct the long-term strategy and growth of the organization.

    In addition to overseeing all of ASUG’s daily operations, Chambers has responsibility for creating value-added initiatives and services to help drive return on investment for ASUG’s 130,000 individual members who represent 3,500 companies across 17 industries.

    In 2012, Chambers received a Silver Stevie® award in the Executive of the Year - Business Services category and a Bronze award in the Maverick of the Year category from the American Business Awards (ABA). In addition, under her leadership, ASUG earned a Silver award in the Company of the Year - Business Services category from the ABA in the same year.

    In 2011, Chambers was named an ABA Turnaround Executive of the Year finalist for ASUG’s remarkable financial turnaround, which was completed ahead of schedule and generated results exceeding expectations. She also was a finalist for the 2011 Stevie Women in Business Best Executive award.

    Prior to joining ASUG, Chambers was CEO at Voile Enterprises, a leading management consultancy, where she increased both revenues and profitability and successfully guided the organization through acquisition.

    Before Voile, Chambers served as vice president of Enterprise Business Solutions at Comsys, where she had global responsibility for the company’s Enterprise Resource Planning, Business Intelligence, and Analytics solutions divisions.

    Chambers received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Houston, her MBA from Texas A&M University, and developed her leadership skills while serving proudly in the United States Army Reserves and the Texas Army National Guard.