TAPE’s Louisa Long Jaffe Receives ‘Champion of Change’ Honor from White House

Louisa-Long-JaffeThe White House has chosen Louisa Long Jaffe, CEO and president of Technical and Project Engineering LLC, as “Champion of Change” for the week along with other honorees.

Jaffe is set to join a panel discussion with the other veteran Champions of Change at the White House on Wednesday, TAPE said Tuesday.

“Being recognized by the White House is the highest honor of my career,” said Jaffe.

“As a veteran and a CEO, I often reflect on the invaluable leadership skills I gained from my time in service,” she added.

The White House selected Jaffe for her accomplishments as a CEO and an advocate of veterans.

Jaffe was also named the first woman Vetrepreneur of the Year by NaVOBA in early 2014.

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