When asked to spearhead the enterprise rollout and adoption of Modern Delivery—Freddie Mac’s Agile transformation—I eagerly accepted. This was a great opportunity to leverage the leadership experience I have developed over the years as a woman, a leader in technology, a mother and a spouse. I...
When asked to spearhead the enterprise rollout and adoption of Modern Delivery—Freddie Mac’s Agile transformation—I eagerly accepted. This was a great opportunity to leverage the leadership experience I have developed over the years as a woman, a leader in technology, a mother and a spouse. I soon learned that my ability to balance multiple priorities, agendas and requirements, as well as my understanding of when to negotiate (and when to compromise!) would prove critical to my personal success and the success of the company. Throughout the Modern Delivery initiative, I have collaborated with a diverse set of stakeholders to change our culture, reinvent new ways of working and—perhaps most importantly—unleash a new level of empowerment across all levels and skillsets. Ask me anything about my career journey, how I was able to make an impact at Freddie Mac, and how you can take your career to the next level in this virtual Q&A!
During this chat, you'll walk away with...
Strategies for maintaining a positive work life balance while continuing to grow your career
Collaboration techniques for working with teammates, manages, and senior leaders
How you can unleash a new level of empowerment in your current role!
Meet The Speaker
Kunkun Callaghan is Senior Vice President of the Enterprise Business Technology Office (BTO). She leads Modern Delivery, Freddie Mac’s Agile transformation. Modern Delivery reinvents the way the enterprise works together to accelerate operational efficiency and customer-centric delivery. She also leads Freddie Mac’s enterprise Development Factory, Corporate Technologies and Testing Services.
Previously, as Vice President of Single-Family BTO, Kunkun led initiatives that provided essential market liquidity, promoting responsible lending, sustainable home-ownership and industry change. Named one of STEMConnector’s “100 Corporate Women Leaders in STEM,” Kunkun uses her leadership to mentor and champion the professional development of women. She advocates for corporate culture change through her leadership in Freddie Mac’s Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), mentoring and college recruiting programs.
Kunkun previously worked in product development consulting in defense, finance and telecommunications. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from the University of Maryland Baltimore County and a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University.