Executive Profile: Susan Lawrence, SVP for Defense at Booz Allen Hamilton

lawrence_susan_smallSusan Lawrence is a senior vice president of Booz Allen Hamilton and is involved in many of the company’s defense and security programs and businesses.

Her work covers the markets for C4ISR, enterprise information technology, cyber, joint information environments, integrated mission systems and emerging technologies.

She joined Booz Allen Hamilton after retiring from military service in 2013 as a U.S. Army lieutenant general and the service’s chief information officer and G-6.

Lawrence also served as commanding general of the Army’s Network Enterprise Technology Command and held other assignments with the Army Signal Corps.

She studied at the Army Signal School, Army War College, University of Georgia and North Carolina’s Campbell University.

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