Jessica McPeake

Jessica McPeake

Senior Service Director for Technical Enablement
Akamai Technologies
Jessica McPeake’s expertise is leading top revenue generating and innovative technical teams along with identifying and growing new opportunities.  She is currently the Senior Services Director of Technical Enablement for Akamai’s Global Services and Support organization.  Prior to joining Akamai, Jess started as an analyst programmer at Accenture (Anderson Consulting at the time) and quickly moved up the ranks to a management role running large enterprise delivery teams and was eventually responsible for accenture.com.  At Akamai, Jess rapidly grew the services revenue by almost 5x in 4 years for the commerce industry.   Last year, she launched the new global Technical Enablement team focused on Onboarding, Accreditation, Certification, and Akamai University – Akamai’s customer education product line where Jess is  currently concepting innovative training approaches to reach a broader audience.
Jess grew up in Kansas and was an early adopter of the internet in high school where she used her skills to barter for various items, including a subscription to Wired magazine and fondly remembers having a ‘phone book’ of url addresses (pre Google).  She moved to Chicago where she stayed for 10 years and found success as a top impact player for the Chicago Force, a women’s professional tackle football league for 4 seasons where she earned several league honors, gameday mvps, rookie of the year, defensive player of the year and team mvp.  Jess migrated to San Francisco 7 years ago and enjoys being outdoors with her family and friends every weekend in the wanderlust of California.  Her and her spouse of 15 years are knee deep in toddler life with their 20 month old son and love raising the next generation of feminist men as they balance their careers with a life that brings them joy.

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