Angel Baltimore joins NAA as senior vice president, information technology

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Angel Baltimore
The National Apartment Association (NAA) welcomed Angel Baltimore as the new Senior Vice President, Information Technology.

The National Apartment Association (NAA) welcomed Angel Baltimore as the new Senior Vice President, Information Technology.

Baltimore brings vast technology and leadership experience to NAA. Most recently, she served as the vice president, digital strategy and e-commerce for the American Pharmacists Association, where her leadership brought about a multi-million-dollar, three-year digital transformation strategy. Prior to Baltimore’s work there, she held prominent technology roles with both the State Department Federal Credit Union and the American Institute of Architects. Baltimore is a graduate of American University and holds a Business Intelligence Certificate from Villanova University.

“Angel’s impressive digital strategy experience makes her an incredible addition to our NAA team at an important time for the rental housing industry,” said Bob Pinnegar, NAA President and CEO. “Her skill set will be of great benefit as we continue enhancing our digital infrastructure to provide a consistent audience-first experience for our members.”

In her new position, Baltimore will use her vision to create, plan and drive the enterprise-wide information technology strategy. She will work closely with senior stakeholders and executive leadership to define the role of information technology operations in the broader association and how it can enable important organization-wide objectives. Baltimore will also lead NAA’s information technology team which consists of operations and infrastructure, as well as data and applications management.

“I couldn’t be more excited to join the NAA team at such a pivotal time for its members across the country,” said Baltimore. “Working hand-in-hand with an incredible group of digital strategists and visionary leaders, I am confident that we’ll continue to build a more sustainable, member-driven infrastructure for the association.”