Anthony F. Voellm is a proud member of the University of Vermont’s Class of 1993. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from both the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences and the College of Arts and Sciences, earning three distinct degrees (in Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics) in just four years. Anthony went on to earn a Master of Science in Computer Science from George Washington University. Anthony launched his career at the Naval Research Laboratory before moving on to key positions at preeminent technology companies. Anthony’s roles have included leading Microsoft’s Windows Reliability, Security and Privacy Teams and Google’s Cloud Performance and Security Teams. He is currently a Principal Development Manager in Azure Cosmos DB at Microsoft. An avid inventor with seven technology patents, Anthony also enjoys teaching performance optimization and delivering talks on software fundamentals. Anthony and his wife Beth (UVM Class of 1994) live in Washington state, where they frequently enjoy the outdoors with their two daughters.
Anthony F. Voellm, UVM Class of 1993
Principal Development Manager, Azure Cosmos DB, Microsoft