Women in Technology, a not-for-profit Washington, D.C.-area women’s advancement organization, has announced the finalists for its 19th Annual Leadership Awards.
These awards honor women who are leaders in the technology field and bring a unique vision and talent to the industry. WIT will announce the winners at the Leadership Awards Gala on May 17, 2018, at the Sheraton Tysons Corner. Sponsorship and ticket information can be found here.
“The Leadership Awards is an inspirational evening celebrating the sisterhood of women in tech,” Trish Barber, WIT president, said. “Each year we bring local companies together at our Annual Gala to hear the amazing stories of women demonstrating leadership and taking initiative to advance other women in STEM fields.”
Finalists for the 19th Annual Women in Technology Leadership Awards are:
Corporate Large-Market Sector
Karen McCain Borno – Verizon
Lisa Mitnick – Accenture Digital
Vicki Schmanske – Leidos Health Group
Jill Singer – AT&T, Inc.
Lauren Van Wazer -Akamai Technologies
Corporate Mid-Market Sector
Elizabeth Anthony – ViON Corp.
Cecilia Baldwin – Sabre Systems, Inc.
Susan Button – SWIFT
Mile Corrigan – Noblis
Lisa Trombley – Technica Corp.
Corporate Small-Market Sector
Erika Flora – BEYOND20
Donna Kilbourn – Unanet
Meena Krishnan – Inoventures, LLC
Rochelle Sanchirico – mHelpDesk
Angela Wilson – SeKON
Meghan Coakley McCarthy -NIH/NIAID
Lynnette Madsen – National Science Foundation
Pamela Pollet – Fillmore Arts Center, DCPS
Linda Powell – Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Sierra Sellman – National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Christine Antonsen – GEICO
Kelly John – Leidos
Krystle-Jayne Ng – Microsoft
Pavla Pletkova – Amazon Web Services
Margaret Smith – Accenture Federal Services
Lana Bronipolsky – MPOWER Financing
Suzanne Porter-Kuchay – SPK Communications
Nisha Shajahan – Integrity Management Services, Inc.
Kimberly Shanahan – accelHRate LLC
Amy Wright – Macro Solutions
Sara Abuisi – Accenture Federal Services
Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch – Inmarsat
Kristie Grinnell – General Dynamics IT
Connie Johnson – CSRA
Eleanor Smalley – JASON Learning
Becky Almodovar – SWIFT
Felicity Coe – General Dynamic Mission Systems
Christine Lemley – Volkswagen Group of America
Kay Robinson – Fannie Mae
Eileen Shinnick – GEICO
Women in Defense
Christine de Souza – STG, Inc.
Mary Legere – Accenture Federal Services
Mary McCready – Microsoft
Juliana Vida – Gartner