Heroines in Technology® is a black-tie gala that recognizes and honors women in the technology community for their dedication to community service. Since its inception, Heroines in Technology has honored 73 “Heroines” and raised more than $1.5 million to support the March of Dimes. The awards program has attracted 350-400 guests in the past. Attendees include directors, CEOs and other high-level individuals from local corporations and government agencies. The evening includes a cocktail reception, dinner and a silent and live auction.
The 2013 Heroines in Technology winners:
· Rising Heroine: Juli Lawless, engineer manager, TASC Inc.
· Individual Heroines: Ann Albright, senior systems analyst, Booz Allen Hamilton and Karen Newnam, senior federal channel marketing manager, EMC Corporation
· AFCEA International Government Heroine: Dr. Tiffani Lash, health science policy officer, National Institutes of Health and co-founder Tea & Honey Blends
· Corporate Heroines: LaKeshia Grant, CEO, Virtual Enterprises, LLC. and Stephanie C. Hill, president, Lockheed Martin Informational Systems & Global Solutions Civil, Lockheed Martin
· Lifetime Achievement Heroines: Shantel Nickerson, systems engineering manager, The SI Organization and Juliette Rizzo, deputy director, special projects, partnerships and events, U.S. Department of Education
The 2013 Heroines in Technology finalists:
Finalists will be recognized and winners announced in the following categories: Corporate Heroine, Individual Heroine, AFCEA International Government Heroine, Lifetime Achievement Heroine and Rising Heroine.
AFCEA NOVA is the event partner for Heroines in Technology. It is the largest chapter of AFCEA International, a nonprofit professional association that represents the top government, industry and military professionals in the fields of communications, electronics, intelligence, software, information systems, imaging and multi-media. Learn more about AFCEA membership.
For more information about the event, a list of Former Heroines and sponsorship opportunities, please view the Heroines in Technology fact sheet or contact Marissa Nihill at (571) 257-2305 or email@example.com.