Angela Lean ’93


Angela Lean is a strategic communications and business management professional with over twenty years of experience working for financial services and technology brands. Her functional expertise spans marketing to sales readiness to program management. Through it all, she’s been both a champion and beneficiary of accessible workplaces. She is currently the Senior Business Program Lead for Accessible Employee Experience at Microsoft. In this role, she manages cross-functional teams dedicated to building an accessible and disability inclusive workplace environment where employees with disabilities can succeed and thrive. She is also the benefits policy lead for the leadership board of Microsoft’s Employee Resources Group dedicated to families. Outside of Microsoft, she is a founding board member of the Seattle Universal Math Museum, a startup non-profit committed to math education in the Seattle area. She was recognized by Women’s Wear Daily this past March as one of the top 25 most inspirational women leaders of 2023. Angela graduated from Yale in 1993 with a degree in History and earned an MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University in 1999.

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