Enseo announced that Kristen Singleton has been promoted to president. Singleton joined Enseo as chief information officer in 2020 and will continue holding that position in addition to her new role as president.
Singleton joined Enseo as chief information officer in 2020 and will continue holding that position in addition to her new role as president. A 30-year veteran of the technology industry, she has more than a decade of experience in gaming, hospitality and travel.
Enseo recently added two leaders to the executive team: Kris Singleton as Chief Information Officer and Lindsay Robertson as Chief Marketing Officer, making Enseo’s exec team more than 50% women.
Vanessa Ogle, CEO and Founder of Enseo®, was named to Inc.’s Annual Female Founders list for her leadership at the helm of one of the fastest-growing technology service providers in the U.S.
Enseo® congratulates our new CIO, Kris Singleton, on her achievement of winning the 2020 CIO of the Year® ORBIE® Awards recognized by ArizonaCIO. As the leading technology executive recognition program in the United States, winners have demonstrated excellence in technology leadership.
Dallas Innovates: Five North Texans Make the List of the 50 Fastest-Growing Women-Owned/Led Companies
The 13th annual ranking from the Women Presidents’ Organization and American Express features the North Texas-based female entrepreneurs behind The Life Coach School, Buzzballz, Akorbi, Enseo, and Save Water Co.
Dallas Morning News: CEO rocks it on stage: ‘Don’t listen to the naysayers who say you can’t be successful and a woman’
Seventeen years ago, two male executives were giving a 32-year-old Vanessa Ogle advice on how to make a pitch to venture capitalists: stop smiling so much and to straighten her Shirley Temple curls to be taken seriously.
The third coach, Elaine Agather, chairman of JPMorgan Chase’s Dallas region, said the two guys were stupid and to ignore them.
Dallas Morning News: Vanessa Ogle went into creative overdrive when pandemic threatened her Plano tech company
Enseo, a leader in hospitality technology, was shaken by COVID-19 with lost revenue, furloughed positions, and the hospitality industry in freefall. The Dallas Morning News details how CEO Vanessa Ogle is steering the company into a stronger position.
Two words: Play and Pray. We all need time to play and relax, and we all need time to breathe deeply and center ourselves. What works for me may not work for anyone else. We pray as a family, play games, puzzles, softball, play music… anything to connect and stay entertained.
Authority Magazine: How Vanessa Ogle tackles the extreme work life balance of being a woman in STEM during COVID-19
“Two words: Play and Pray. We all need time to play and relax, and we all need time to breathe deeply and center ourselves. We pray as a family, play games, puzzles, softball, play music… anything to connect and stay entertained in a loving and healthy way.”