Sitima Fowler | Vice President of Marketing | Iconic IT

Iconic IT Leadership Team 
Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality. - Warren Bennis

Sitima Fowler


Rochester, NY

Sitima Fowler

VP of Marketing

“Hustle isn’t just working on the things you like. It means doing the things you don’t enjoy so you can do the things you love.” -Unknown

Sitima Fowler emigrated from India with her parents when she was in the sixth grade. Her family struggled in their early years in the United States; their lifestyle lit a fire in Sitima that was and remains her driving force to succeed and become an entrepreneur. She is the recipient of many honors including a 2018 Athena Award finalist and Rochester’s 2015 Small Business Person of the Year.

Sitima is passionate about mentoring and giving back to the community that has been so good to her and her family. As a professional speaker, Sitima presents at events at businesses, local chambers, and educational institutions on a variety of subjects including sales and marketing, cybersecurity, business, motivational topics, and more. Also a technologist, Sitima has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, a Master’s degree from RIT in Management and Leadership, and also holds 6 patents. Additionally, Sitima holds team building sessions for organizations and is the founder of the #GetCyberChic initiative, which aims to inform female leaders about online safety.

In her role as Partner and General Manager of Iconic IT Rochester, she is excited about the ability to serve staff and clients in increasingly better ways. Sitima is always looking for new and innovative ways to help clients achieve business objectives with right-fit technologies. She is motivated by the chance to collaborate with other Iconic IT team members with higher-level expertise and looks forward to the job advancement opportunities the new organization can now offer. Sitima is enthusiastic about Iconic IT’s ability to provide clients access to a deeper technical bench, higher levels of security, cost containment through buying power, and longer support hours coverage.

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