Women in Technology names 2011 leadership award finalists
Organization will announce winners in May
- By Nick Wakeman
- Mar 31, 2011
Women in Technology has named 40 finalists in 12 categories for its annual Women in Technology Leadership Awards.
Science Applications International Corp. grabbed the most nominations with seven.
Other companies represented with multiple nominations were Computer Sciences Corp. with three and Northrop Grumman and Deloitte with two nominations each.
The finalists are being recognized for their contributions to the technology industry over the course of the past year. The winners will be announced May 19 during a banquet at the Ritz-Carlton in McLean, Va.
The finalists are: Corporate Commercial Large Business
Corporate Commercial Small Business
- Jill Bruning, NJVC
- Kathy A. Miller, American Red Cross
- Mary Jo Morris, CSC
- Beverly Seay, SAIC
Corporate Public Sector Large Business
- Homaira Akbari, SkyBitz Inc.
- Lisa Dezzutti, Market Connections Inc.
- Lynne Hamilton-Jones, Executec Strategic Consulting
- Fran Maier, TRUSTe
Corporate Public Sector Small Business
- Kristine Martin Anderson, Booz Allen Hamilton
- Kristine Beale, SAIC
- Cheryl Campbell, CGI
- Linda A. Mills, Northrop Grumman Information Systems
- Marty Engle, The Engle Group
- Gazelle Hashemian, Paragon Technology Group Inc.
- Jeri Lassiter, ASM Research Inc.
- Elma Levy, Dovel Technologies
- Dr. Nicole Close, EmpiriStat Inc.
- Victoria Ransom, Wildfire Interactive
- Latanyua Robinson, Latrobe LLC
- Mary Beth Romani, Integrity Management Consulting Inc.
- Wanda Gibson, Fairfax County, Va.
- Theresa Grafenstine, inspector general, U.S. House of Representatives
- Stephanie Rowe, The Clearing Inc.
- Ann Speyer, Smithsonian Institution
- Linda Dozier, ePals Inc.
- Kamalika Sandell, American University
- Veronica Wendt, iCollege, National Defense University
- Sherry Charles, AT&T
- Rose Crane, Epocrates Inc.
- Lori Davis, 2020 Company LLC
- Katrina Firlik, HealthPrize Technologies
- Dr. JoGayle Howard, Smithsonian National Zoological Park
- Blanca Trevino, Softtek
- Mile Corrigan, Noblis
- Ann-Marie Johnson, CSC
- Amanda Anderson, Northrop Grumman
- Sarah Hyder, FEMA
- Lara Rivera López, CSC
- Denise Lucero, Deloitte
- Elizabeth Sheehan, SAIC
- Emily Blanchette, SAIC
- Sandra Martinez, SAIC
- Charity Nowling, SAIC
- Rachelle Palmer, Deloitte
- Jennifer Snyder, SAIC
- Kate Wolf, Centuria Corp.
The program also include Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour, the Marine Corps’ first African-American female combat pilot, as the keynote speaker.
Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.