Jennifer Nelson

Jennifer Nelson is the managing director of R&D Database Servers and Tools at Rocket Software. After serving in the U.S. military, Jennifer attended the University of Texas while moonlighting as a DB2 database administrator at an IT company in Austin, Texas.

Before joining Rocket Software, Jennifer enjoyed a fruitful career in the DB2 Tools industry at an ISV in the Austin area. Since joining Rocket Software, she has played multiple roles, including a client technical professional, a product manager, and now a lab director. While her heart will always be in DB2, she has broadened her expertise in business intelligence and analytics with a focus in virtualizing enterprise-wide data for transforming business insights.

Jennifer lives in Texas with her husband and three golden retrievers.

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