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Charlotte Baker

Chief Executive Officer

Digital Hands fundamentally believes that Diversity and Inclusion is not only the right thing to do, but that diversity drives growth, innovation, and success in all communities. Our Organization is proud to invest and support our strong Diversity and Inclusion principles which are supported by our entire organization, from our executive team through to each and every team member. Digital Hands supports Diversity and Inclusion initiatives and programs within our community.

Charlotte Baker co-founded Digital Hands, a cyber security company that is recognized as an award-winning pioneer in managed security services with 100% US-based delivery supporting enterprise clients. Under Baker’s leadership, Digital Hands gained national recognition as a five-time Star Award Winner with the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA) for Innovation in the Delivery of Managed Services, Complex Application Support, Customer Commitment, Integrated Services Excellence, and Innovation in Leveraging Analytics for Service Excellence.


Digital Hands received the TSIA Star Award Hall of Fame 2018 for Lifetime Achievement for Outstanding Service. Baker has been the recipient of numerous personal accolades over the years.  She was named one of the Gulf Coast Business Review’s "50 Most Powerful People on the Gulf Coast”, was awarded the "Lifetime Achievement Award” from eWomenNetwork, was recognized by CEO Magazine with the "CEO of the Year” distinction, was named Tampa Bay Business Journal’s "Business Woman of the Year – Technology” and has been honored to be included in Florida Trends 2018 and 2019 “Florida’s Most Influential Business Leaders”.


Baker is a frequent guest speaker on building entrepreneurial companies, advocacy of women in technology, and new services development in the cyber security industry. Currently, Baker serves on the advisory board for TSIA’s Managed Services discipline, serves as an officer of the University of Tampa’s Board of Trustees, and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Tampa Bay Wave. She has held various board and officer positions for WIPP (Women Impacting Public Policy), the Tampa Bay Technology Forum, The Children’s Home, and was recognized with a Stevie Award for community involvement.  


Baker earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Darden and a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce with dual concentrations in MIS and Marketing from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce. 


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