Women in Technology Nominates Carlson and Penfield

Women in Technology (WIT) has nominated Teresa Carlson of Microsoft and Susan Penfield of Booz Allen for leadership awards in the Health IT category.

“The scope of talent and achievements evident in this year’s crop of nominations far surpassed our expectations,” said Toni Townes-Whitley, president of WIT. “The decision-making process was incredibly difficult, as the stories of leadership and personal triumph of the nominees were inspiring and laudable and I would like to congratulate them all on their outstanding achievements.”

The awards ceremony takes place tonight, May 20, at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner. The awards are designed to highlight the achievements of women who lead and succeed in their professional fields.

Penfield were recently named by ExecutiveBiz as Health IT Gamechangers to watch and ExecutiveBiz interviewed Carlson back in March.

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