Title: Data Engineering Senior Associate
Company: Fannie Mae
Location: Wylie, Texas, United States
Sheena M. Haberstroh, Data Engineering Senior Associate at Fannie Mae, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business.
With many years of professional experience to her credit, Ms. Haberstroh currently excels as a data engineering senior associate with Fannie Mae. Since 2010, she has designed and managed SharePoint sites, page layouts and workable lists for daily use within the teams that she manages. Additionally, she assists in the development of databases for reporting automation and collaborates with several technical teams for production support. In light of her achievements in the field, Ms. Haberstroh has been honored with the We Can Be Counted On Award, as well as a Diversity and Inclusion Award. Prior, Ms. Haberstroh was employed through the credit card division of Citigroup, for which she received two Quality Excellence Awards and a Community Award. Notably, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in business, education and speech pathology from the University of North Texas in 2005.
Ms. Haberstroh has been a member of the Women in Technology Employee Resource Group within Fannie Mae for the last three years, in which she attends conferences and leads a blog. Through Fannie Mae, she has volunteered with various nonprofit organizations like the North Texas Food Bank, Hope Supply Co. and Grace Bridge. Likewise, Ms. Haberstroh dedicates her spare time to assisting Adopt-A-Block with administrative work for the food pantry, meal delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic and registration. Looking back, she attributes her career success to having a great eye for detail and noticing where there are gaps, or needs for improvement. She also attributes her continued drive and motivation to the passing of her husband, after a 13-year fight with cancer and having to raise their three young children. She has a great deal of support around her, but she is highly driven and constantly inspired by her late husband, Robert. In the coming years, Ms. Haberstroh sees herself still expanding and advancing in the industry. She plans to continue to move into the technology space and would like to take on roles that help people more directly.
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