Finalists Announced in Women in Technology Leadership Awards

Linda A. Mills, Northrop Grumman

President and CEO of the Engle Group Marty Engle has been selected as a finalist in the 12th annual Women in Technology Leadership Awards. The awards program honors leading female professionals in the Washington, D.C. metro area who have exemplified talent in the technology industry.

The 26-year business has provided innovative IT services, solutions and support to the federal government. Some of the other finalists include CSC’s Mary Jo Morris, SAIC’s Beverly Seay, Booz Allen Hamilton’s Kristine Martin Anderson, CGI’s Cheryl Campbell and Northrop Grumman’s Linda A. Mills.

Engle said she is thrilled and honored to be a finalist alongside such a high-caliber group of business women and hopes her success and other finalists success serves as a road map for other women.

“I hope we can all serve as an example for women at any phase in life, showing them that each woman has the ability to achieve success in business by believing herself and embracing business opportunities with a healthy self conscious,” she said.

The winners will be announced at the Leadership Awards Banquet on May 19 at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner.

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