Intelligenesis Named #1 Top Workplace by Baltimore Sun
Angie Lienert set out to establish the kind of company that, as she puts it, “I would want to work for.”
Along the way she became the kind of business leader that others want to work for.
Lienert began her career as an Arabic linguist with the Air Force. After six years’ military service, she joined Booz Allen Hamilton for four years. After switching to BAE Systems in 2004, she struck out on her own in 2007, founding IntelliGenesis.
She succeeded in building a firm that initially served defense and intelligence clients in the federal government with intelligence analysis, language analysis, machine learning/data science, software development and computer network operations. It has since branched out into the commercial sector.
Lienert has developed a reputation for hiring and helping former military personnel and their spouses, the kind of people who appreciate and respect the company’s mission.
She has been recognized for her success with other leadership honors and most recently was named 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year for Maryland by Ernst & Young.