Teresa Wu | Vice President Of Product Management
IDEMIA | United States

Teresa Wu, Vice President Of Product Management, IDEMIA

Teresa Wu is Vice President of Product Management for IDEMIA. Ms. Wu’s career began with Morpho in 2001, then she served as Global Software Solutions Marketing Director for a Fortune 500 company until 2015. She rejoined one of the U.S. subsidiaries of IDEMIA in 2015 to serve as the Senior Director of Strategic Marketing and Government Relations. In the past 19 years, she has actively participated in and led various industry advocacy groups devoted to AFIS technology, facial recognition, and identity and biometric standards. In her current role, Ms. Wu is responsible for the product management function of the IDEMIA Identity and Security Business in North America. With her team, she is currently leading key initiatives to transform and converge the business unit product portfolios. In 2016, Ms. Wu was recognized for her contributions to the biometrics industry and was one of five recipients of the Women in Biometrics award. The Security Industry Association named Ms. Wu as one of the two recipients of the 2017 Statesman Award. Ms. Wu was recognized for her pivotal role in the association advocacy effort in supporting effective and appropriate use of biometric technology at the Federal and State levels. Ms. Wu is the current chair of the board of directors for the Identification Technology Association (IdTA) and a member of the leadership team of the Women in Identity organization. She obtained International Management bachelor degrees at the Montpellier Sup de Co Group Business School in France and the Newcastle School of Management in the UK. She received her MBA from Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University and Master of International Business from the Montpellier Sup de Co Group Business School.

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Identity Week London 2020 - Day 3 @ 15:05

Panel: Implementing Accurate and Inclusive Biometric Systems

- Latest Research- Standards and Testing- Diversity by Design
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