Angie Cardenas

Angie Cardenas, originally from Tucson, Az, moved to the Long Beach area from Houston, Tx. Angie has 20 years of professional experience in Fortune 500 companies, across multiple industries. Most recently, in 2017 she moved to General Electric Healthcare. She holds a bachelor’s degree in International Business from Arizona State University.

Currently, she is supporting Southern California as a Services Account Manager. Prior to joining GE, Angelita worked in the top Oil & Gas corporations. Her professional career started through the Next Gen leadership development program (Audit, Marketing, Product Line Mgt., Supply Chain). After participating in this program, she moved into the Information Technology Organization, leading Global Teams in Training, Business Analytics, and Project Management. She implemented new processes and applications throughout the globe in the services organization. Each project resulted in higher revenue and lower cost. Angelita brings a team perspective. She has spent the last 10 years in the sales arena worked driving sales growth.

Angie has a strong passion for diversity and giving back, both within her professional career and the community. She lead the West Zone Hispanic Forum, participates in the West Zone Diversity and Inclusion Council, and also is a member of the African American Forum Develop program within G.E healthcare. In addition, she mentors young professionals, both inside and outside her organization. She has volunteered through many outlets, including HRC, INROADS, Year Up and others

Besides her professional experience, she decided to develop her creative side and pursue acting. It was in Houston where she started her acting journey. This is where she was a lead in the web series “30” which can be found on Amazon Prime and YouTube. She is currently signed to agent, Neal Hamil in Houston, Tx and SLA Talent based in LA, CA. she is focusing on Commercial and Print. She has completed a handful of commercials and print modeling jobs.


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