HP’s Marilyn Crouther Wins 2015 NVTC Tech Executive of the Year Award

Marilyn Crouther
Marilyn Crouther

Marilyn Crouther, senior vice president and general manager of the U.S. public sector at HP Enterprise Services, has won the Tech Executive of the Year award from the Northern Virginia Technology Council.

Crouther accepted the recognition Monday at NVTC’s TechCelebration annual banquet in Virginia, the tech council said Monday.

Crouther, an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 list for 2015, was recognized for her involvement in diversity, inclusion and mentoring programs.

At HP Enterprises Services, she oversees the public sector group’s corporate performance, market expansion and partnerships with government clients.

She also directs the operation of the Defense Department’s Manpower Data Center under a five-year, $548 million task order the company secured in 2014.

Other NVTC 2015 Tech Awards recipients are:

  • Silicon Valley Bank – NVTC Associate Member of the Year
  • Virtustream – Innovative Use of Technology
  • Optoro – Tech Company of the Year under $50 million in revenue
  • Appian – Tech Company of the Year over $50 million in revenue

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