Finalists will be recognized and winners announced in the following categories: Rising Heroine, Individual Heroine, Corporate Heroine, AFCEA International Government Heroine and Lifetime Achievement Heroine. Presentation night: November 9, 2012 (winners will be announced).
The 2012 Heroines in Technology finalists:
· Anne Altman, general manager, Global Public Sector, IBM Corporation
· Crystal Cavalier, special assistant to the chief of staff, government agency
· Sarah Chu, project coordinator, Society for Women’s Health Research
· Belinda Coleman, president, The Coleman Group, Inc.
· Lynn DeCourcey, vice president and general manager, Cyber Security, NJVC
· Bev Godwin, Director, federal citizen information Center, government agency
· Dawn Halfaker, president & chief executive officer, Halfaker & Associates, LLC
· Kerry Hancock, business development manager, Convergence Technology Consulting
· Lisa Kazor, chief executive officer & president, Savantage Solutions
· Lynda Mann, vice president, Performance Solutions (AOC) and co-founder & president of the board (YouthQuest), AOC Solutions, Inc. and The YouthQuest Foundation
· Sandy Peavy, assistant director/Chief information officer, government agency
· Kristi Powlovich, senior information assurance analyst, US Army, PEO EIS
· Lynette Spano, chief executive officer & president, SCI Consulting
· Pamela Thornton, principal healthcare advisor, The MITRE Corporation
· Amanda Tiede, vice president, Cassidy Turley
· Alison Wittich, marketing strategy & analysis associate, Sapient
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.